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The Red Lion, Thorpe - pub details

Red Lion

Address: Village Road, Thorpe, Egham, Surrey, TW20 8UE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29638) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Virginia Water (1.5 miles), Egham (1.8 miles), Chertsey (1.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Hasn't changed. Not impressed with the beer quality. Picked up on mumblings about poor quality generally during visit...
Thevicar - 9 Sep 2014 15:16
A real village pub and always busy. It has two distinct areas inside, a proper original bar well used by locals and a restaurant area which, unusually these days, has proper white table linen. Outside is a huge covered area for smokers and anyone else that wants fresh air, there is also a good play area for children and a decent sized car park.
Beers are the usual suspects including Doombar and are well kept, the pub would not be so popular with beer drinking locals if they weren't.
Food is good pub grub and in all the times I've been there to eat, which is dozens, I've always had a decent meal. Week days for lunch and dinner (but not Fridays) you can have a shortened menu for £10.95 for two courses which is excellent value. Service is always friendly. Because it's popular it's worth booking as I've had a couple of occasions when the place has been full and one was a Monday evening.
BertNodules - 26 Apr 2014 23:16
Still open.
Not much changed in 2 years, on reflection I'm not sure anything had changed in nearly two years...
Thevicar - 8 Feb 2013 20:43
Attended function with about 25 people. Food good but not all as expected, e.g. sticky toffee pudding was simply treacle pud, apple crumble was not crumbly, more like a pie or pudding. Roast dinner, soup and pate all very nice, but at 18.95 + 10% for 3 courses it ought to be. Coffee turned out to be included in price, but this was unclear until bill arrived, so we missed out, although they had run out of decaff anyway. Would have had tea if known price was included at time of ordering. Ale was OK (Doombar) though a bit pricey. No disabled toilet found.
arthur256 - 10 Dec 2011 23:12
Continues to serve the locals in half the bar area with the rest being an eatery...Guinness now 3.50, Courage Best, Broadside and Doombar the real ales on offer.
Staff range from very good to OK but sometimes you wonder why your waiting when there's two or three bodies out and about fluffing table cloths and napkins.
Thevicar - 18 Feb 2011 17:01

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