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The Odd Wheel, Wembury - pub details

Address: Knighton Hill, Wembury, Plymouth, Devon, PL9 0ED [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5722) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Plymouth (5.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.0/10 (rated by 9 users)
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A fairly regular user of this pub. Started off well but the landlady clearly has problems keeping good staff. Regular turnover of chefs make eating there a real gamble. Lots of enmpasis on attracting parties at weekends so have turned up on several occasions to be turned away as bar is closed for function. The bar/waiting staff (especially the boys) seem far more interested in talking with their mates than actually serving you. Despite an attractive refurbishment the odd wheel does not come anywhere close to the friendliness and quality of three other nearby locals, namely Volunteer, Rose and Crown and The Dolphin. What a pity!
plymstockmac - 24 Jul 2011 16:15
Visited today for a family meal with octogenarian parents. We haven't been here since the new management took over and were pleasantly surprised at how nice the renewal has turned out. The bars have a much more pleasant feel about them and there is a good choice of beers including 3 guest ales on our visit today. As the previous reviewer has pointed out, there is a greater emphasis on food now. We had starters and main course each which were both of good quality and reasonably priced. We will be visitng again.
metroace - 30 Jan 2011 14:49
Visited today for a family meal with octogenarian parents. We haven't been here since the new management took over and were pleasantly surprised at how nice the renewal has turned out. The bars have a much more pleasant feel about them and there is a good choice of beers including 3 guest ales on our visit today. As the previous reviewer has pointed out, there is a greater emphasis on food now. We had starters and main course each which were both of good quality and reasonably priced. We will be visitng again.
metroace - 30 Jan 2011 14:46
The pub reopened early in August 2010 and is run by the woman who also runs the Elburton Hotel in nearby Elburton. I don't live in the area so haven't been for some time but I can tell you that the locals seemed thrilled that their pub had reopened.

The focus is more on food than it was before and I had two really good meals here during my week on holiday at a nearby farm. However although the selection of beers is smaller than previously the quality of the ones on sale was good. It was nice that they had a beer on from the local Summerskills brewery which was lovely.
GrahamA - 15 Jan 2011 08:42
closed....and about time too.Lets hope it opens up with decnt real ale.
rockface - 25 May 2010 18:49

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