The Lansdown Arms, Lewes - pub details
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|Its ok for your first pint when getting off the train, but I always move on to somewhere else. The beer is ok, but the person who said it had a student union feel is spot on.|
OldandBitter - 12 Feb 2016 23:16
|I quite liked this place had a better feel to it than the others in the town and the Harvey's Bitter in here was better than the Harvey's places.|
Snarling_Mallard - 1 Nov 2015 21:41
|7.1 / 10 at the time of writing... Surprising as I found this to be just an ordinary pub, nothing wrong with it, but nothing special either.|
I stopped for one on a late Friday afternoon, had the obligatory Harvey's Best, which when perfect is an excellent best bitter! But, the beer was just like the pub, not great, but nothing really wrong with it either.
There are far better pubs in Lewes however.......
Ade.The.Raider - 2 Apr 2015 15:37
|After a long day in Lewes and a lot of beer there was just enough time to finish off in this pub right by the station.|
It was pretty packed around 8.30pm when we dropped in for a quick beer while we waited for the train.
Several ales on offer however the first pint we ordered was flat as a pancake and undrinkable, the barmaid didn't seem bothered about changing it so we spoke to the manager and after testing it disagreed it was ropey but he changed it regardless and we got a fresh pint which was perfect. This was Harvey’s Sussex Best.
Managed to get a seat by the door, the majority of the clientele were young adults…..mostly getting ready for a night on the town.
Not a bad pub for the station and will try again if I need a pint while waiting for a train.
lezford - 5 Jan 2015 16:45
|This had some genuine charm in a student union kind of a way a few years ago but it was a little more of a generic by the station kind of pub on a recent visit. Decent enough even though there was an element of funkiness to the Harveys (on the cusp of the turn) but just about drinkable.|
Not charmless by any means and worth popping your head it while running for an inevitably late running Southern service.
terenced - 1 Jul 2014 13:31
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