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The Robin Hood, Standford - pub details

Address: Standford Lane, Standford, Bordon, Hampshire, GU35 8RA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19988) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Liphook (3 miles), Liss (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 13 users)
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This used to be a decent pub but now you can't buy a drink unless you are eating. Supposed to be a seafood and steak reataurant but didn't see much evidence of seafood on the menu.
Went in the Sunday before Christmas for the carvery. At 12.95 a head it should have been spectacular, sadly this was not the case. It was ok but not particularly good and definitely not worth the money.
I live quite close and this place always appears to be pretty much empty so I don't think this enterprise will last much longer. 10 people in the place at lunchtime the Sunday before christmas says it all really.
Awaiting it's return to a proper pub as soon as possible.
bigcolchelseafan - 22 Mar 2010 22:54
Has had a refurbishment and trades as Whitelys Family Resturant.
The prices are such that a family could not afford to eat there!
The food was good, despite the cost, but the whole experience was let down by poor service.
Not the pub it was as the Robin Hood.
jbsjazzer - 14 Dec 2009 14:47
what a great pub. big enough to cope with the largest of groups yet laid out in a way that you don't feel overwelmed by the space. great menu with a combination of good home cooked meals at what I must say are very reasonably priced. I had 1/2 a roast chicken and my friend went for the liver and bacon and the bill was just 10 I think thats fantastic value. And it was really quite good. we will be back.
sergoik - 9 Jul 2009 11:24
I sai8d we'd return, so we did. It was Friday, I am a fish-head, we had bro-in-law to entertain. The HSB was off so I went instead for Pride which was good. The fish was again excellent, tasting really fresh. Madam and bro-in-law both had ham and eggs; a nice touch was the reduction, not asked for but still given, because Madam only wanted a single egg rather than the two on the menu. All very satisfactory. Let me emphasize, I have ABSOLUTELY NO connection with the Robin Hood other than as a happy customer.
Meadway - 1 Nov 2008 17:11
After finding it shut on Tuesday (on which day it closes all day) we decided today to try it for lunch. It was quiet, but two cars outside is two cars better than the previous tenants could manage by the end of their time there. There was a good range of hand pumped ales available: I went for the HSB which was just right. The menu on the board inside featured a range of panini-type snacks and half a dozen mains, something I find reassuring. A vast menu tends to indicate a similar-sized freezer. The board outside featured fish and chips every Friday - take away or eat in - so we decided to try it. It was excellent: we learned later that the fish had only arrived a few minutes before we had. Good batter and not too much of it, and tasty chunky chips. Recommended. We will certainly return.
Meadway - 24 Oct 2008 16:09

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