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The Fox and Goose, Greywell - pub details

Fox and Goose
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Address: The Street, Greywell, Hook, Hampshire, RG29 1BY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26020) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hook (1.8 miles), Winchfield (3.7 miles), Basingstoke (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 16 users)
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user reviews of the Fox and Goose, Greywell

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5 most recent reviews of 15 shown - see all reviews

Very well kept beer here at this unprepossessing country pub, I had a few pints of Brains Reverend James which was very well kept and a joy to behold! Superb food, good menu, friendly staff, piping hot food and big portions, but good value. Popular with locals and visitors alike - well established campground to the rear, well worth a visit for both beer and food, superb!
manx_888 - 21 Sep 2015 01:27
Where have all the review(er)s on this site gone??
This pub is still very welcoming, were with a party of 11 - after a beautiful walk along the canal and over the Downs. I had the Fox and Goose Ale - not sure which brewery (Ringwood?) 3.6% but very acceptable. Doom Bar and Courage Directors also on tap. Food excellent and reasonably priced - great way to finish the walk.
Beer_Hound - 9 Feb 2015 15:32
Called in here part way round an eight mile walk on a warm day.

Only two cask ales available :- Courage Best and Doom Bar. Pretty unimaginative selection. Surely could do better.

Food was uninspiring too. Battered fish was very hot but not fish shaped and the meat was a peculiar gray colour which indicates out of the packet and cooked from frozen. Chips were very hard as if they had come from the bottom of the deep fat frier. My friend had a curry which had hot rice but only warm chicken.

The pub itself was fine, guy behind the bar was pleasant enough and the place had a spacious garden. What a shame that the beer and food let it down.
ramblethenlunch - 1 Aug 2011 11:58
Paid this pub a visit for the first time today. Myself and my fiancee were greeted by the landlord as we entered the pub and made to feel very welcome. We both ordered the Sunday roast beef and were extremely impressed with the speed of service and the quality of the food. Deserts were delicious too!

Would definitely come back here again!
TTNugs - 5 Jun 2011 16:48
This pub is a traditional country pub, with meals made from locally sourced game, such as rabbit, venison, pheasant and pigeon, and also the more common traditional pub food, all for a reasonable price, and there are NO stingy portions here, and all very tasty. The beer is also very reasonable and is mostly from the Ringwood brewery. It is located in the pretty village of Greywell, famous for its King Johns Castle and scenic canal, so us walkers found this pub very convenient. Loved my time there.
JackOlantern - 4 Apr 2011 22:25

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