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The Stand Up Inn, Lindfield - pub details

Address: 47 High Street, Lindfield, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 2HN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26287) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Haywards Heath (1.3 miles), Wivelsfield (4 miles), Balcombe (4.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 94 users)
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Visited here on a Saturday afternoon, pub 'well, I say pub. I don't actually know what it is and I don't think the landlord does either'.
Some kids running about and jumping up and down, lots of Jemima's and Jeremy's with buggies, ordering the whole menu = a long wait for a beer from the one barmaid. Lots of shitty old 'memorabilia' on the wall - meant to look vintage but ends up looking pretentious like a brighton pub. Went over the road after one pint, I'm not a tourist so we left. Not impressed by thai food in an english pub - WTF is that all about?
jachar29 - 17 Jan 2015 16:42
Nice and quirky but also more expensive than the other locals. Saturday afternoons tend to see an influx of 30-something parents and their "little treasures". Yet to try the food but it smells very nice (Thai menu)
mikecoxon - 11 Dec 2014 12:47
Yeah so me an some of my Chums were celebrsting my recent Nobel prize win in here, when someone dropped a new order LP (1983, limited edition) The staff, all of them were happy to retrieve it an poppped in anOlympic gold medal ta boot. Nice. Weightlifting Moscow1980, for the curious. Which was nice. Just the lttle touches you know. Thst separate the best from the rest
albertfox - 19 Mar 2014 20:23
Sunday afternoons always tended to be a time for mothers and toddlers, but in former days there was a lot more room for the buggies!
fridge - 13 Dec 2013 13:55
On 10/07/12, Fridge posted "My initial impression is that the establishment has been changed from a drinkers pub to a meeting place for the young, trendy "yummy Mummys". Let's hope I'm wrong.". I am sad to report that Fridge was absolutely right and on Sunday afternoons at least The stand Up is now a crèche with a bar in the middle.

That said, it is a very popular crèche with a bar in the middle even well after peak lunch time despite the expensive ale. The plus points are that the variety of ale is good and in my experience well kept. I particularly enjoyed the Arundel Queen's Park.

The Thai food on offer is very good and in my opinion, reasonably priced, but there is only Thai food so if you don't like Thai food or just hoped for more traditional fare, you will be disappointed.

This could be a really nice place to be but at certain times it is most definitely a place to avoid unless you want your toes run over by baby buggies and to listen to a chorus of screaming kids.
gareth1011 - 21 Oct 2013 17:09

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