The Plough Inn, Winchmore Hill - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5419) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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|I have witnessed all the versions of this pub (with is really more a restaurant with a beautiful garden and lovely seating area) and I have to say I think the new owners have done a great job.|
The service is warm and friendly, the food is delicious (although it always has been with each owner) put most importantly the new owners have thrown off any pretentiousness. The meals and snacks are all reasonably priced and so a lunch or dinner isn't going to break the bank, the place seems to have finally reached the balance of nice village pub that you can pop up to for lunch or dinner and just enjoy the experience!!
I wish the new owners lots of luck and hope they can get past this pubs previous bad run, although from what I've seen they don't need it, a great visit!
Iwishitwaspimmsoclock - 25 May 2012 10:09
|Visited a few weeks ago. The beer was OK but not really a pub more a restaurant. We tried the food as the menu looks very good. We had pizza as they have a wood burning oven but very disappointing with soggy bottoms. May try again when the chef has learnt how to heat the oven.|
walking_thin - 12 Apr 2012 08:58
|I noticed this morning that it has re-opened, and it's back to being The Plough!|
pubsampler - 11 Mar 2012 11:28
|Further to my note of last November, this pub is closed for the forseeable future. The Potters Arms across the green no longer does food, but is open in the evenings, and from midday at weekends.|
pubsampler - 15 Mar 2010 12:58
|I am reliably informed that it is closed- again. Converserly the Potter's Arms, which has re-opened, seems OK for now.|
pubsampler - 17 Nov 2009 22:00
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