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The Feathers Public House and Kitchen, Rickmansworth - pub details

Address: 34 Church Street, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 1DJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30355) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Rickmansworth (0.3 miles)

Nearest train stations Rickmansworth (0.3 miles), Croxley Green (2.1 miles), Chorleywood (2.6 miles)

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3.90 for a pint of cask ale now. It's a nice place and I'll keep going back because it's convenient for work, but that is a stiff price by even Central London standards.
davvac - 21 Sep 2012 17:29
How do prices compare between the two co-owned pubs as you've reviewed them both LFHF?

I like The Feathers, I really do. But they charge ever such a lot for their beer.


davvac - 1 May 2012 14:19
Well, what a difference this is to a few years ago!

This pub is exceptional. All of the reviews here seem to concentrate on the price, but if that's too much for you then there are plenty of other nice pubs around too.

You pay a hefty price, but I doubt theres another pub anywhere within the county that offers such good service. We came in for lunch and hadnt booked. Upon hearing that it was my sister's birthday, one of the staff ran down to the nearby cake shop and bought a birthday cake. Whether this seems standard service to them or not, the staff couldn't have treated us any better. I'd much rather pay for good quality than get cheap rubbish.

The four of us shared a mussels starter for four; a huge bowl of mussels in a ceramic pot drizzled with white wine sauce, and then the waiter Chris informed us that the fish is sustainable and locally sourced; another great reason to dine here! For mains, I had a pork belly over a bed of rosemary mashed potato - a lovely twist on a pub classic, and my sister ate the inked seafood linguini.

We shall definitely be returning to The Feathers!
livefreehavefun - 26 Apr 2012 17:49
Ok this is starting to get a bit daft. 3.90 for a pint of ale. Far too much. You don't pay those prices in the West End. Might drive to The Sportsman in Croxley rather than walk 50 yards from the office!
davvac - 19 Sep 2011 22:41
Good beer festival over the Bank Holiday weekend, showing the The Feathers isn't just all about the food. Great selection including beers by Thornbridge, Oakham, Red Squirrel and a few other leading lights of the renaissance in brewing. Particular favorite was Summer Wine Brewery's Diablo. Keep it up guys.
davvac - 29 Aug 2011 13:37

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