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The Ditton, Long Ditton - pub details

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Address: 64 Ditton Hill Road, Long Ditton, Surrey, KT6 5JD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34992) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.theditton.co.uk

Nearest train stations Thames Ditton (0.9 miles), Surbiton (0.9 miles), Hinchley Wood (1.2 miles)

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Doom Bar and Youngs plus one other were on the handles when we visited, my Youngs was superb. We had a scampi and a pie - both were delicious with ample portions. Service was friendly and speedy. A good atmosphere with some family gatherings evident
Feed - 5 Mar 2011 20:53
Good Beer.

Surprised Mike_L had a bad visit but I have also shied away from little gems after a poor first impression. Just bad luck maybe?

Went to this pub a couple of weeks ago for dinner and a pint. Two menus (cynical side of me always thinks badly of this); one 'a la carte', the other cheap and cheerful with the usual pub grub.

I went for the lamb rump and my better half had the haddock fish cakes. Both dishes were excellent and well cooked. The service was friendly and the Sharps Doom Bar was very good.

Rugby on the telly, warm relaxed pub, altogether a good atmosphere.

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fullersfan - 2 Dec 2010 22:22
visted this pub haven recently moved to the area, and decided to treat the wife to a nice meal, we were greeted by friendly staff and informed about the new menu that had just come on, found the staff to be extremely helpful, and the food very good, drinks were fairly expensive but the ale was well kept and my wife enjoyed the wine. we will definatly be back.
foodiecouple - 11 Nov 2010 10:58
Good Beer, but Food was a let-down.

Recently visited this place.
Had a pint of Sharps Doom Bar which was well kept , other colleagues have
commented favourably on the choice of beer.

The new decor is a great improvement since the refurnishment.

However the food was a real disappointment.
We had hoped to try the Belly Pork & the Spare Ribs but both were sold out at 7:30 on a Saturday Night. That suggests to me that somebody isn';t very good at ordering enough ingredients to last a weekend.

I settled for a Burger at 8.50 (cheese & bacon were an extra 75p each which seemed rather steep) & my wife ordered the Lamb Massaman curry at 9.50.

The curry arrived with Cashew nuts included despite no mention of that on the menu. She wouldn;t have ordered if she knew about this & this would be completely unacceptable if you had a nut allergy.

The rest of the curry was 'fairly flavourless' & was notable for the lack of meat included. There were only 4 or 5 chunks of meat and this was very stringy.
NO accompaniments other than a small portion of plain rice.
No naan braed, poppadums or pickles either.

My burger arrived on a very anaemic looking bun, which had not been toasted or cooked in any way. This just tasted like plain white bread.

The burger itself was only OK - except that the so-called chilli relish looked & tasted more like Heinz Ketchup!

I think they could have done so much more very easily, with better ingredients and they should also provide more details on their menu.

Other pubs in the area provide much better value for similar prices or less
(such as Prince of Wales in Esher or Swan in Claygate)

Didn't stay for pudding , not surprisingly,
Mike
Mike_L - 16 Oct 2010 21:06
Fanatastic local pub. Last time I visited they had just launched their new brasserie menu, the manager mentioned it changed on a monthly basis. Lots of exciting options like mussels, belly or pork, paella, and was quite tempted by the bar menu, which I have tried previously, the benefit being the 20% loyalty discount.

Sometimes can be quite noisy with children, but great outdoor space for them during the summer, appears they have new furniture too. Looking forward to a pint in the beer garden in the sun soon.
surbitonsally - 12 Apr 2010 15:23

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