The Quay, Wareham - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4782) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served
- Riverside location
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|As below, we thought this place had a fairly good selection of beers and ciders, but I find places like this (that have been set up almost entirely for dining) to be very un-pubby and cold in feel, due to the matching furniture, laminate flooring and whitewashed walls. |
littledrummerboy - 19 May 2016 15:47
|Amazed that this place has only average reviews. It seems a far above average place, with good choice of beers (Timothy Taylor, Ringwood, etc.) as well as still ciders. The food was excellent, the service well above the ordinary, and the location a very good one. A very friendly place too. 7.5/10|
HenPen - 11 Mar 2016 22:42
|Came in here for lunch. Good service and around 4 ales on draught, as well as ciders and also 2 scrumpy ciders behind the bar. Food was not bad, but not great either. Friendly staff and a good location.|
thehonesttruth - 8 Nov 2015 20:53
|In here last Saturday about mid day and about half a dozen others in.|
Two bars with one side set for diners. A few bar stools could be used though.
6 hand pulls split 3/3 on each side of the bar.
Only 2 ales on at the time Tim Taylors Landlord & Ringwood Best Bitter.
I try a pint of the latter which is ok and cost £3.40.
Some piped music is playing and the large plasma screen is showning the BBC News Channel (Corbyn's victory speech-sound turned down thank God!!)
In the GBG 2015.
bjbrummiejohn - 15 Sep 2015 12:53
|The Quay was our first pub for a long weekend in Dorset. It was reasonably busy on Friday evening. There are 2 rooms and a pleasant garden at the rear. The front looks out over the river and the town's bridge. There is a pay and display car park there too. Service was friendly. Ales were Ringwood Best, Timothy Taylor Landlord & Isle of Purbeck Studland Bay Wrecked. There were also 2 ciders from the Purbeck Cider Company - Dorset Dabinett & Joe's Dry. We enjoyed a nice meal whereby you cook your own steak, prawns or chicken on hot stones.|
blue_scrumpy - 30 Mar 2015 16:13
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