The Squirrel at Hurtmore, Hurtmore - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6990) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Real ale
- Outside seating
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|Changed hands again|
Shanty - 29 Oct 2012 20:10
|Have been to The Squirrel for drinks in the summer as it is nice to sit outside, especially when the balloon rides are taking off. Usually a good selection of local and guest ales on draught, and the wine list is good however a little expensive for a "pub"! |
We also ate there at the weekend for the first time and have to say it was a wholly disappointing experience! When we finally made a choice from the over-priced menu that was actually still available it turned out to be very mediocre food that was delivered to our table. The risotto was just a sloppy watery mess and had no flavour to it at all and the pancetta garnish wasn't actually cooked well. We conveyed our disappointment to the waiting staff who offered the obligatory lack-lustre apology but that was as far as it went, and we were then presented with the large bill for our troubles. As my wife so eloquently phrased it, her McDonald's Happy Meal the day before was more inspiring! Needless to say we will definitely not be eating there again..
terrylambert123 - 28 Nov 2011 10:27
|This used to be a pub and now doesnt really know what it is. Bar now made over and like leatherette lobby of a motel: much of the character has been sucked out of the place. Best to sit in the garden on a sunny day! Beer was OK the other night. Struck off my list of interesting locals worth the occasional visit for a pint. |
sotweedfactor - 19 Jul 2011 19:11
|Beers look good . Food looks good but there is somebody with a heavy hand with the salt in the kitchen. Sent back one starter because of excess salt. Both mains were so salty that our tongues were tingling. You would have thought they might have got it right with the mains. Waitress said she would let the chef know. Not much consolation for ruining our evening though, as that was the only acknowledgement of our complaint. Should have paid more attention to the comments on this site before we went. Won't be back.|
valewood - 19 Nov 2010 23:22
|Just a quick update on the pub. Think i posted something on here a while back when it was in different hands. |
Popped in to have Sunday lunch last week. The layout and style is much better than it used to be, although it definitely appears to target the 'gastro' rather than the 'pub' aspect.
Plenty of staff about offering table service but i always think would be better to have 1 staff person looking after a particular table rather than getting different people throughout the meal.
Good beers on tap. Mains ranging around £9-£18 mark. Usual gastro food. Burger was very dry and lacked imagination, chicken pie pretty good. Kids food was very dry and worryinly salty. Not sure would eat again here but might for a pint or 2.
I know this is a pub review site so apologies if this turned into a food review.
Combe_raider - 13 Sep 2010 15:06
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