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The Wellington, Welwyn - pub details

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Address: 1 High St, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 9EE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22396) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Welwyn North (1.2 miles), Welwyn Garden City (2.3 miles), Knebworth (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Went here on a first date (April 30th 2012) with a beautiful lady on a Monday evening after she recommended it.
Having read average reviews was expecting highly priced average food.
Place was busy with friendly non-pushy staff and had a great atmosphere.
Having been very tastefully refurbished and modernised, it really is a great place to go.
Top marks must go to the the interior designer for giving a light and airy but also intimate feel.
Meal for two consisting of shared starter, main course and three drinks was 45
Rated food 7 1/2 out of ten and wine the same very good value.
Would not hesitate to take business clients there and would advise booking judging by how busy it was on a Monday evening.
Madfarmer - 3 May 2012 19:01
Really disappointed with the refurbished pub. Well the food that is. I hadn't been since the fire and remember it with good feelings but we went for a lite bite last Saturday and came away completely underwhelmed. The lunch menu is very small and I ended up chosing a Croque Monsieur. On the second mouthful all that I could taste was english mustard. When i asked the waitress to point out english mustard to me on the menu she tried to convince me that Croque Monsieur was always served with it. I remonstrated with her that no self respecting chef would ever serve a Croque Monsieur with english mustard - at least not without letting the customer know what a "treat" he would be in for but I'm sure that it was water off a duck's back.
Shame because with a decent chef it could be quite good.
My wife's food also disappointed but not to the degree that mine did.
alecb - 19 Aug 2010 02:39
Amazing new bedrooms, great food and really nice people.
Beef and Guiness pie 9.95 and really good, with hand cut chips.
A must go.
Watch out, they only take bookings for large tables and they are often very busy at 8 in the evening go at 7.

limehouseprojects - 13 Aug 2010 05:35
looks lovely since the rebuild, but my god, the prices... and for so-so food.
breadncheese - 29 Jul 2010 09:40
Since fire was looking foward to trying the new wellie as alway liked it before however very disappointed with food. Portion size stingy. Prices gone up massively and outragous in my opinion 19 for fish & chips!!! Not worth the money. If prices were 5 a dish cheaper. I'd consider going back but in my opinion the prices is not justlifing the quality you are getting.
Bonnieangela - 27 Jul 2010 07:23

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