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The Squirrel, North Camp - pub details

Squirrel
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Address: 125 Park Road, North Camp, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 6LR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3353) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations North Camp (0.5 miles), Ash Vale (1 mile), Farnborough (1.4 miles)

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Looks the business for a RA/foody mix but is neither. Poor food and dodgy ales. No apparent management. The staff at front of house try hard but the basics are not there. No competition within walking distance so it is TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT time. A typical example of an English pub in decline.
GrGr - 9 Feb 2014 21:32
Has now undergone an expensive refurbishment. One can only ask why? They have taken down some partitions, crammed in a few more tables and smartened the place up. The menu has changed but the food is still average at best. The popular curry night on Thursday no longer exists which is a shame. One TV screen remains in the back room which is not particularly practical to access for viewing if there is a popular sporting occasion on. There were five beers available during my visit including two from Hammerpot, Hogs Back Tea, GK IPA and boring Doombar. A little more imagination would be nice as none of these beers inspire the discerning real ale drinker. The clientele are still the same mixed bunch as before so I'm not sure what the refurbishment is supposed to have achieved.
GazzaTheBeerMan - 16 Mar 2013 12:43
Have increased the number of handpulls to five. Uninspiring selection though - London Pride, Courage Best, Bombardier, Old Speckled Hen, and the latest "guest ale" Timmy Taylor's Best. They have reverted to serving these ales far too cold. The glass has substantial condensation on it when the beer is served which is not a good sign. The other day when visiting they were not serving a particular guest ale because it was cloudy. When offered a taster it was found to be perfectly clear. They had obviously only pulled off what was sitting in the pipe and made a decision based on its appearance. The Squirrel should be encouraged for its efforts but also needs a few lessons in real ale cellar management before recommending.
GazzaTheBeerMan - 13 Aug 2010 11:15
As stated by many below, the food quality can vary at The Squirrel. However, the beer is consistently good, as is the staff's service and attitude. A great local.
gypsygrrl - 6 Jul 2010 23:11
The staff are a really enthusiastic and friendly group, whipped into shape by "Kat". Great attitude by friendly locals and although the food quality can vary, it is generally acceptable and good value for money.
Being new to the area, having recently moved from Reading, we were pleasantly surprised to discover this almost little "gem" around the corner from us.

Will definitely regard it as our local.
seesaw01 - 3 Jul 2010 22:05

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