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The Pomeroy Inn, Amersham - pub details

Address: 131 White Lion Road, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 9JY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 43781) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chalfont & Latimer (1 mile), Amersham (1.2 miles), Chorleywood (3.2 miles)

Chain: Vintage Inns

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 3 users)
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user reviews of the Pomeroy Inn, Amersham

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i'd go as far as to say this isnt even a gastropub, it is a restaurant. and despite all the effort gone into the decor it is nothing special either. food was ok. shame.

despite there being a small bar area you are not made to feel welcome if you just want a pint. only when its sunny and you make use of the (very nice) outdoor area do you fell as if just having a drink is ok.


CHELSEA_on_tour - 15 Sep 2014 11:34
Dropped Inn yesterday when passing through so thought I would have the privilege of being the first person to review.

This is a Largeish establishment set away from the main road. It is surrounded by an impressive garden and is set away from the main road giving the place a country feel.

It has plenty of parking if you are coming via car and I was impressed to see the place packed out on a warm Friday lunchtime.

This is definitely a gastro pub with a big emphasis on food. The pub in its previous guise as The Pineapple was more of a traditional boozer with dart boards, pool tables and tv's. Now I personally prefer traditional over gasto but to be realistic, food is the only way a place such as this will survive. A place like this will not survive through a couple of young lads putting a couple of quid in a pool table whilst sharing a pint of Carling. It will also not survive if it caters solely to the old bore brigade(Camra) who will spend hours nursing half a pint of old Betty's drawers.

Didn't try the food but did enjoy a pint of Pride in the garden. Only two ales on tap which were the aforementioned and Breakspear Bitter. They did have a number of pump clips on the wall which shows that they do rotate the ales. I was a little disappointed with the ale selection however, my overall experience was a pleasant one!
BeerGutt - 30 Aug 2014 12:53

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