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The Garibaldi, Burnham - pub details

Garibaldi
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Address: 13 High Street, Burnham, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 7JB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31488) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Burnham (0.8 miles), Taplow (1.1 miles), Maidenhead (3.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Nothing much to complain about during my early evening, mid-week experience. WiFi was handy and to be honest the only reason I came in. Clean public areas and pleasant service, just not keen on the doggy smell but that's a pet hate of mine, if you'll forgive the pun.
Morcheeba - 3 Jun 2014 19:07
I met mark once. He was alright to start with but he was soon pissed and gobbing off to customers. Judy doesn't want to know that she's got a problem with this bloke. Couple of years since I've been there so might have changed. Doubt it thoughj. A good pu. Just the wrong people running it.
D.WARREN - 25 Feb 2014 12:14
It transpires that the Licensee's partner, Mark, was arrested on November 11th, (after the incident posted), for dropping his trousers in the bar. He is also barred from two pubs in Burnham for anti-social behaviour. Would you take your family to the Garibaldi?
NICKMAC0_1 - 15 Nov 2012 09:31
I had a bad experience in this pub. On Remembrance Sunday I had been to the local British Legion and was in army uniform. I was with my wife and we popped into the Gari for a quiet drink. The barman was pretty tight and a bloke standing nex...t to me struck up conversation about the band which had led the parade. The barman butted into the conversation and said that his parents were Irish Catholics and that if I wanted grief he would drag me across the bar and pound my face in. We walked out. I called the Gari when I arrived home and asked to speak to Judy, the Licensee, she wasn’t available. I left my number and a message for her to call me. She didn’t call so I phoned her on Monday 12th November. Judy was aware that an incident had taken place, but defended the barman, her Partner, Mark, by saying that it had been her birthday on the Saturday and he had been drunk. I didn’t quite understand this as the incident had occurred on Sunday. “All I can do is apologise”, she said. I left it at that. So, why was this bloke, Mark, left in charge of a pub if he was drunk? Does he abuse all people in uniform? Or is he just a drunken lout? The Gari used to be a good pub; it’s a pity that it has sunk so low.See more

NICKMAC0_1 - 13 Nov 2012 19:50
Personally this is my favourite pub in the high street. Over the last few months have been on evenings where I visited all the pubs in the high street.

In the Garibaldi I didn't get stared at as I walked in. The bar staff I have met have been happy and chatty; as well as the people drinking at the bar. There did not seem to be any undesirables.

On Friday's fresh fish and chips for lunch. A good atmosphere in the evening.

Friends of mine drink there purely for the Ale's which are kept well.

Also I have enquired about catering for a family event in the coming months and the Land Lady was very accommodating and able to work to my needs. Will definitely confirm this event.
ihearvoices0 - 28 Jan 2010 14:26

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