Paper Mill, Hemel Hempstead - pub details
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Apsley Village Club, Hemel Hempsted (0.3 miles), Oddfellows Arms, Hemel Hempsted (0.3 miles), Ye Olde Red Lion, Hemel Hempstead (0.5 miles), Spotted Bull, Hemel Hempstead (0.6 miles), White Lion, Apsley End (0.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|When we moved to the area in 2012 the food was good and well-priced. Since then the quality of the food has gone down, but prices have risen. Still a nice place for a pint, with plenty of room if you have kids (or want to sit away from them!) but food could be much better.|
edwright83 - 4 Nov 2014 15:57
|Went there today for the first time in ages. Many different ales on so I tried the ESB and each was served in the proper glass (the new handled one). My missus had the house red (Syrah) which she really liked. Service was OK if you hit the bar at the right time, but you could be in for a wait, despite there being 3-4 people serving. £3.85 / pint for ESB - on par with some London establishments but with many people living near by working in London, not surprising..|
Mr_ESB_Harry - 23 Nov 2013 22:22
|This is a large modern Fullers pub just off the main road and by the canal with narrow boats parked up|
Christmas market was being set up on one side of the pub, in the middle was a real log fire burning...it wasn't too cold outside but it’s a great addition.
4 Fullers beers on hand pump Red Fox @ 4.2%, Traitors Gate, Pride and HSB with Honey Dew on gravity.
The pint of Red Fox I had was very good, average price of £3.80 a pint.
Nice pub but its definitely aimed at families more than regular drinkers like myself...worth a visit though.
lezford - 14 Oct 2013 13:20
|This pub has a great location, but the staff are so poor that I won't be going back. I went twice over this weekend. On Friday evening we wanted to try the new Hope and Glory proudly advertised on one of the pumps, only to be told that it wasn't available until tomorrow - ther sign was turned round following this conversation.|
I went back on Sunday afternoon for another go. Stood at the not-particularly busy bar for 15 mins while the barstaff picked people to serve seemingly at random (or possibly on the basis of the number of visible tatoos). Eventually gave up, as did several other would-be punters. There was a local canal festival on at the time, but the management hadn't put on enough staff to cope with the fairly modest number of visitors, and those they did have were completely inept. Pity.
Tripehound - 28 May 2012 11:08
|yep for sure its pricey , but you get a good pint .|
food service is pretty shoddy and the wait is always a long one , I keep telling myself not to order but then once you have had a couple ......
Not too sure about the restaurant being independently run , this is a managed house so fullers would have the whole of the business
brasero - 17 Apr 2012 17:21
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