The Exhibition Inn, Great Wakering - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19396) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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other pubs nearby:
White Hart, Great Wakering (0.5 miles), Red Lion, Great Wakering (0.5 miles), Anchor Hotel, Great Wakering (0.6 miles), Castle Inn, Little Wakering (0.6 miles), Parsons Barn, Shoeburyness (0.9 miles) - see more nearby pubs
please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.
|WHAT A FIRST CLASS MEAL WE HAD ON VALENTINES EVENING|
CONGRATULATIONS AND MANY THANKS TO ALL INVOLVED
FIVE STAR SERVICE
WONDERFUL FOOD CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CHEF
SIX VERY HAPPY CUSTOMERS
BRADS22 - 15 Feb 2012 13:47
|This one of the only pubs around that cater for the working man/woman. The food is amazing and is all homecooked which is extremly rare in Wakering. Every customer is welcomed as though they have been going in there for years. The awarding winning garden is the most beautiful pub garden around that the landlady works tirelessly throughout the year. How many other pubs can boast that? With a landlord and staff that make every customer feel comfortable and at home I would definitly recommend this pub.|
drinktoomuch - 5 Apr 2011 23:16
|Great pub with a proper pub landlord "one of the longest serving in essex" who's wife provides probably the best pub grub in the southend area, if you don't believe me try and get table for a sunday roast. Great friendly pub that caters for all ages and yes I am a regular because the proper village pub is hard to find.|
cheeseandcrackers - 5 Apr 2011 16:29
|this is a young pub, owner is seriously into golf and late drinks, money orientated pub, under 30's only|
beertaster59 - 20 Aug 2008 20:39
|Busy, friendly, good selection of beers, only one real ale tho, excellent food, nice garden.|
Always a pleasure to stop by for a swift half. Pool room has own bar, sofas & telly! Good friendly locals pub which attracts the world for Sunday lunch.
Mind the fish-pond.
Scoggy - 31 Oct 2007 16:36