The Golden Fleece, Manor Park - pub details
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Pub suggested by Frankie on 14 Oct 2003
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Blakesley Arms, Manor Park (0.2 miles), Earl Of Essex, Manor Park (0.3 miles), Rising Sun, Woodgrange Park (0.5 miles), Ruskin Arms, Manor Park (0.8 miles), Victoria Cross, Manor Park (0.9 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|The Golden Fleece has been part of the John Barras pub chain for quite a while now and seems to go from strength to strength. We tend to go in there on weekday afternoon's, and have recently been pleased to see how busy it can get during what you'd expect to be a pubs "quiet" time. Being on the southern edge of Wanstead Flats gives it a great location, and the large garden at the rear is an added bonus in fine weather. They usually have a range of four well kept real ales on, plus another two "settling". Prices for both food and beer are very reasonable. The big question to ask about The Golden Fleece is why haven't CAMRA yet included it in The Good Beer Guide? |
DaveE6 - 7 Mar 2014 15:59
|Recently been here a couple of times on Sunday afternoons. Good qualty good value food, very decent real ales, football on the TV! Excellent!|
FredtheHead - 3 Nov 2013 19:26
|Check out this pub, not many people know its here, it's a beautiful pub on the edge of Wanstead flats ( part of Epping forest.) Real nice garden with kids play area, kid and dog friendly, they had 5 real ales available which you don't see that often in most pubs, will be back.....|
jjaclyn - 27 Mar 2013 15:00
|Currently visiting a pub for every station on London Overground. Did this for Woodgrange Park. Pub is in a nice location by Wanstead Flats and you would not think you were in East London. Found the actual pub a little bland though despite the nice setting. Real ale choice was very bland and the pub had a beefeater/ember inn feel to it. |
hillzy - 7 Oct 2011 19:00
|BY FAR THE BEST PUB IN THE AREA.|
jjaclyn - 7 Nov 2010 13:28
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