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The White Horse, Wareside - pub details

Address: Wareside, Ware, Hertfordshire, SG12 7QX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21806) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ware (2.6 miles), St Margarets - Herts (2.6 miles), Roydon (3.4 miles)

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Chequers, Wareside (0.0 miles), Green Man, Ware (1.6 miles), Fox and Hounds, Hunsdon (1.6 miles), Jolly Bargeman, Ware (1.8 miles)


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Sold and under new management now.
The new Greek owners have had a much needed refurbishment carried out.
All staff I met were very welcoming and friendly.
Although advertised as a freehouse it still has Greene King connections - at least in the real ale department.
Four beers on offer: Hadham Gold, GK IPA, Hardy's & Hanson's Bitter (brewed by GK) and 'White Horse' best bitter (probably brewed by GK).
A mix of Greek and English food available.
fugglehops - 6 May 2019 22:16
Country local, which has devoted most of its capacity to food. However, the public bar was quite cosy and welcoming. GK IPA and Abbot were available, although I chose the guest beer which was a pale summer ale from the Maldon Brewery - Golden Adder perhaps.
A nice pub, but a drinker may prefer the Chequers 50 yards down the hill
Number11 - 24 Aug 2013 20:41
Bucking F' has summed up this pub perfectly. Four of us called in last Saturday lunchtime at 1:50. The dining area was packed with diners but the friendly management/staff managed to find us a table in the adjoining bar.
Chalkboards display plenty (and I mean plenty) of choice of meals. Prices range from 4:50 to about 11.
This is the only pubs menu I could try every dish (and I am a fussy eater). We returned this weekend specially so I could try the rabbit pie. It was gorgeous.
As you may know am no lover of Greene King beer. Abbot and IPA is normally all you can expect. Here, though, they do have a guest ale and come the summer, two. Last week was Holden's Golden Glow, a bitter/sweet blonde beer. Today's guest was Bexon's Finest. Probably brewed by John Bexon, Greene King's head brewer, for his Head Brewers Club. A vast improvement on his normal tasteless flagship ales.
This is certainly one of the best pubs in this area.
fugglehops - 3 Apr 2010 16:16
Great food, which is easily restaurant standard. Apparently locally sourced ingredients, and cooked by a trained chef, rather than a barman.

The atmosphere is really relaxed and friendly, and the service is not to be sniffed at.

If you like olde world pubs with big fires, and great good - it's well worth travelling for.
thirtyhertford - 21 Feb 2010 21:47
Traditional country local with a small public bar and a modest sized lounge with a restaurant area.The lounge/dining area is set up for food which is very tasty,home cooked and so much better than the fodder served in chain pubs.The menu includes a lot of game such as pheasant,duck,rabbit pie and most main courses are around 9 ,and well worth it.The pub is tied to Greene King so IPA and Abbott are always available on handpull together with Olde Trip and Bonkers Conkers on my visit.The ale is OK but the food is more memorable.Luchtime service often ends strictly at 2pm,so check with the pub if your likely to be in later,you may be disappointed.Friendly and efficient bar service.
Bucking_Fastard - 7 Sep 2009 10:26

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