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The Bear and Ragged Staff, Stonymarsh - pub details

Address: Stonymarsh, Michelmersh, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 0LB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28602) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dunbridge (1.1 miles), Romsey (3.4 miles), Dean (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Malt House, Romsey (0.7 miles), Mill Arms, Dunbridge (0.8 miles)

 

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Had lunch here today after finding that the John O' Gaunt up the road was shut. It's about average for a Fullers pub: relatively decent food, passable drink, but the operation lacks any real sort of individuality. 6/10
HenPen - 11 Jun 2015 19:34
Went in here for the first time on a warm Sunday. Pleasant looking pub with a an cozy looking old style interior, all wooden beams and candles. Like most pubs these days, it caters more for the diner than the the quaffer. Didn't think it was a Fullers pub but it had the usual suspects in the form of London Pride, H.S.B., and Seafairers, but i'm an H.S.B. fan so was not worried. Only gripe was that there were three bar staff stood over a till trying to sort out a card payment while the queue was steadily building. Surely it didn't take 3 of them to sort it out! Didn't try the food, but the place was pretty busy and most tables full, which, I suppose is a good sign. Sat in the patio'd garden out back which was a pleasant experiance in the sunshine. Will visit again when passing this way.
hampshirehog - 9 Sep 2012 22:38
popped in here for lunch last week.. a party of five of us. The food was excellent, i had a blinding bit of Steak, the staff were friendly and the beer went down well.. what more could we ask for!
Not bad value for money either, we will be popping back again for a sunday roast soon.


bestyboy - 27 Sep 2010 14:57
After visiting all the pubs in the surrounding area of the bear and ragged staff it was very easy for us to decide on this pub for a large very important family celebration. It clearly stood out as the nicest and most welcoming pub in the area where we were all made to feel very welcome with friendly and helpful staff who seemed genuine and willing to help as much as they could. we were shown to the area we had booked for the evening and it was set up exactly as we had requested despite the fact the restaurant was already full with other diners. being the organiser it was down to me to discuss some dietary and allergy requirements that members of our party had and although I had mentioned it over the phone, the lady behind the bar couldnt have been more helpful despite how busy they already were. The chef came out and spoke to me and offered 2 or 3 different dishes to cater for these requirements, none of which were on the menu.
we were served quickly and the food was delicious, clearly all home cooked and freshly prepared. for such a large party on a busy saturday night we never once felt like we inconvenienced the staff with our special requirements. we could not fault anything about our evening and we look forward to seeing the christmas menu coming out as we will be visiting in december as the same party and also with our friends and work colleagues.
A wonderful pub with great food and the friendliest of staff.
nasher84 - 1 Sep 2010 21:34
Not much to say really. Bit of a 'nothing' pub. Loses out to the Malt House in Timsbury, much better. Use to be a Whitbread managed establishment now privately owned (one of two). Bland, in my opinion, with a know it all landlady. Not my 'cup of tea'. But to each his own.
wolvesfan - 30 Jul 2010 14:55

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