The Cock Inn, Ringmer - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25875) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Sunday roast, Gluten free meals available, Real ale (Harveys guests)
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Late licence, Credit cards accepted, Car park, Smoking area, Function room for hire
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|Went for Sunday lunch. Very packed so obviously popular. Food was nice but was left a bit hungry - just one more spud please. Good pint of Harveys.|
It's more of a restaurant really - we had to vacate our table once we had finished and all the tables in the very small bar were taken by diners so we had to adjourn to the nearby Royal Oak at Barcombe for a few more pints of Harveys.
There's quite a few good pubs around this area and this one is worth popping in to.
flagship - 7 Nov 2016 15:01
|I'm certain that the Cock used to have a main road position,now it lays just off the road but in Winter/Autumn it can be seen from the road. We visited last week and found it to be outstandingly pretty, inside the usual pub/resteraunt balance was just in favour of the foodies. I ordered a pint of the local Hurst beer it was slightly worse than dreadful, I feared that the very young chap serving would argue the toss and give me the benefit of his six months drinking experience but no not a bit of it, he glanced ,sniffed ( damn vinegary stuff) and asked for my alternative choice ,Harvey's BB being the only other real ale so that was what I went for . A perfect pub for a date/ assignation, scenic, ultra smart and very quiet.9/10.A couple more beers if they had the trade would make it 10/10.|
slerpy - 9 Sep 2013 19:03
|I may be wrong, but the Cock looks as if it used to be on the main road. If I'm right, the A road thankfully now bypasses the pub and the pub lies effectively up a dead-end lane, with a row of trees protecting it from the traffic. The pub itself is fairly old and has plenty of character. It seems to be popular with diners. We chose one of the tables at the front of the pub for a quiet drink. There is also a small garden to the side. The bar itself is fairly small. But I think there were other rooms. Service was friendly and beers on were Beachy Head South Downs Ale, Downland Day Tripper & Harveys Sussex Best Bitter. Was hoping they would have a real cider on. But the best on offer was the fizzy Stowford Press from Westons. Very nice pub.|
blue_scrumpy - 8 Sep 2013 18:12
|One of those pubs that makes you feel better straight away, before you've even sipped your first pint of Harveys.|
stevehar - 16 Aug 2013 23:00
|Very attractive and thriving village pub, attractive and multi-roomed, decent Harveys, pleasant staff. Best suited to diners though.|
mtaylor40 - 20 Jun 2012 16:46
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