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Queen Adelaide, Ewell - pub details

Queen Adelaide

Address: 272 Kingston Road, Ewell, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 0SH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20055) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stoneleigh (0.4 miles), Ewell West (1 mile), Worcester Park (1.4 miles)

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For an Ember Inn, having to wait nearly an hour for food on a midweek evening from 6.30 is completely unacceptable. What we then got was mediocre at best.

Word of advice - if you want the flat bread pizza, order from the children's menu where its advertised as a kid's pizza.. It's exactly the same & two pounds cheaper!! And you get a pudding!!

Beer range looked reasonable at first, but most were not ready.

Used this pub as my local in the early 1980s, how things have changed!!
Wilson_MacDonald - 3 Mar 2016 05:34
popped in last night for a carvery. the meat was so tough i could not eat it. when i told the girl she said " oh dear " never again peaple never again.it was crap...
mickmuncher - 3 Feb 2010 09:03
Hi, I am possibly the longest surviving regular at The Queen Adelaide I am now 66 and started going when I was......well just lets say younger than I should have been!
As you can imagine I have seen many changes over the years. New managers, new bar staff, new kitchen staff and numerous re-vamps. What has never changed is the great atmosphere, it's still a warm friendly pub with friendly staff and a great carvery.
I now have children and grandchildren who eat there most Sundays and I still pop in two or three times a week for a beer with my mates and the odd meal.
The food is great...a full carvery Mon-Fri 5.95!! you can't really beat that...give it a try.
If you see an old guy at the bar know as 'JC' you can always buy me a beer!

jaycee20 - 22 Dec 2009 18:59
carvery great. good food value for money...4 50 all week 6 50 sunday... beer good ...service good... what more would you want,,,,,
mickthemuncher - 1 Nov 2009 09:36
we fancied a carvery and popped into this place about 2pm on a Sunday.
The staff were great and we got seated straight away, and very fast with the drinks.
The only real letdown was the meat portions, three small slices... the veggies were great and a good selection but overall have had a better deal elsewhere..Dave
locksmithDave - 20 Jul 2008 16:56

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