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The White Hart, Thatcham - pub details

White Hart
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Address: Church Street, Hampstead Norreys, Thatcham, Berkshire, RG18 0TB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32949) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 8.0/10 (rated by 7 users)
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Not remotely in Thatcham and actually a real disappointment given the character of the village it lies in, nestled in a valley amid the Berkshire downs. Greene King are once again the culprits, conveying their usual listlessness over the scene and a guest pint of the usually mighty Betty Stoggs' didn't seem very well kept. Light years worse than the Bell in nearby Aldworth.
BoehmBawerk - 23 Mar 2014 15:41
Dropped in today as a party of 10 walkers with a small dog. The food was absolutely delicious, served promptly and all at the same time (important for a large party!) - the lamb shank was really something special and the Sunday roasts were generous and tasty. Desserts were marvellous as well! Only 3 ales on - a wider choice would have been nicer - but the Titanic was a great pint. Service was friendly and efficient. All this in a sumptuous part of the English countryside.What more could you ask for? Oh yes - wifi service please!! This small gripe aside - a wonderful pub, well worth going out of your way to visit.
Cjexpat - 25 Mar 2012 19:42
A great pub with great food and great service. Good interior and games room for those who want a bit more fun. Traditional but in very good taste. A superlative pub experience.
fender100 - 16 Nov 2011 16:27
Visited on our weekend break to Newbury this weekend. Only 12 miles away in the Berkshire Hills there was a very warm welcome in this beautifully designed spacious pub. The menus are on chalk boards and ranged from Sausage of the day and Mash to Thai Chicken Curry through to Lamb Shank and the usual steaks etc. Desserts were home made at 4.95. Not the cheapest pub around but the chef here knows what he's doing and it was beautifully presented and extremely tasty. What a friendly place and even the kids had manners. My wife suggested it was like the Village of the Damned but I think she meant it in the nicest possible way. The beer was typical Green King stuff I'm afraid with Morlands Original and Abbot Ale - nothing in between that night. I had enough of them to keep me going for a day or two so I've no complaints here. I first came here 12 years ago and it's amazing how a place can change - for the better. If I lived here then I'd certainly be a regular.
Tried to take a picture without success but my next trip will be in a month or so and I'll take one in daylight. A good find. What are you waiting for?
ButchEgg - 16 Mar 2009 13:27

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