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The Three Tuns, Romsey - pub details

Three Tuns
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Address: 58 Middlebridge Street, Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 8HL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4451) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Romsey (0.6 miles), Dunbridge (2.9 miles), Redbridge (5 miles)

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Very attractive pub with a good range of ales at fair prices (for Romsey). Nice pint of Milk St Amarillo was enjoyed in the sunny garden. Didn't eat, but the food looked excellent so will probably return for a meal.
baxterfish - 24 Jun 2018 15:38
This is mainly an eating house although drinkers are welcome. 3 Guys serving behind the bar (never good in my opinion!) but they were friendly enough. Beer was spot on, although I forgot what I had so obviously not out of the ordinary. Pleasent enough place. Worth a vist if you can find it, walking from the town. Although clearly visible from the road.
wolvesfan - 8 May 2014 12:38
Ended a walk round the Romsey countryside here. Looks like the place has gone a bit up-market, as I always recall it being more of a run-down pub. But I hadn't been here for years so things obviously change. It was very dark inside, with only some dim low lighting. There were several well to do looking retirees sat having food. We had a pint of 'Flack's Double Drop' (nice ale) and went and sat out in the little walled patio area near the back of the pub. Very nice sun trap on a lovely day. Noticed to that the pub is doing afternoon tea's as well. Will come again in the future.
hampshirehog - 7 Sep 2012 12:44
Considering the pub is attached to an up market restaurant in Winchester - the focus on food here is clear. This pub-restaurant is pleasant - service is excellent and the food good. I was hoping the menu would be a bit more adventurous as it consists of pie, pasta, burger, pork belly, fish and chips - fine you might say, but you get this line everywhere. Good quality throughout tho and with most just shy of 10 a dish not excessive.

Beer this week was Ringwood best, Summer lightning, Sharps Doombar - so good varied choice if not niche brewers- which would be nice for freehold's to explore/support. The summer lightning is served too cold for my taste.

No major complaint - if there is a big table in tho expect service to slow up considerably.
parmantom - 26 Oct 2011 09:55
This pub was a surprise, a jewel for those who like GOOD food.
I eat out 3-4 times a week rating establishments.

First the beer, a good selection of bitters. The Ringwood was on form.

We were moved from the table in the restaurant due to its wobble, apart from that slight hiccup the evening was good. Attentive service, in a warm friendly atmosphere.

The food is excellent. The owners as from 2008, (so ignore any reviews prior to this) have delivered quality local fresh food, cooked to perfection. Considering I went in on a Tuesday evening the restaurant was busy.

A must for those who like a drink and good food.


stanleyg - 26 Oct 2010 22:25

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