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The Little Harp Inn, Clevedon - pub details

Little Harp Inn

Address: Elton Road, Clevedon, Somerset, BS21 7RH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7327) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Yatton (3.8 miles)

Brewery: Greene King

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Went there for Sunday lunch with the family. The food was the worst we've ever been served and the price was extortionate - £8.99 each. Wouldn't recommend this to anyone, they seriously need to get their act together.
EsoxLucius - 26 Feb 2012 15:08
Such a nice pub, great views, but it just seems to go downhill each year I visit. Last visited 17/12/11 - food took ages to arrive and then it was just lukewarm. Vegetarian option was particularly poor. They used to serve a good ploughmans. We asked for a ploughmans, but the barman taking the food order didn't know what one was and suggested a sandwich instead! Drinks were pricey too. All-in-all very poor value.
barneygoogle - 18 Dec 2011 23:12
Recently re-opened after an extensive refurbishment, this is a good sized pub in a great position, conveniently located about half way along the sea front. There’s a fair bit of outside seating on the brick-laid patio to make the most of the views across the channel, with a mixture of wooden seats, stools attached to the tables and that wicker furniture that seems to be popular in trendy pubs these days.

Inside it’s split in to several different areas, with the main bar area being in the centre of the pub and having a flagstone effect floor. Towards the front is a wood floored area that has an interesting bench seat apparently made out of wine boxes. The paintwork is that khaki shade of green that you get in most pub renovations these days, with rough white plasterwork elsewhere. The bulk of the pub is given over to the restaurant area though, and it is this that affords the best views with a conservatory on two sides. This is clearly not for drinkers due to a “Please wait here to be seated” sign as you enter this part of the pub. Elsewhere are two smaller rooms, one on a mezzanine level and one down a few steps below it which almost have the feel of a private dining room.

There was an extensive “pub grub” menu with most of the dishes being around the £8 mark, although we didn’t sample the food on this occasion. There was also a small specials board, although to be honest the dishes didn’t look that special – Chilli Con Carne, Plaice & Chips and Chicken Balti strike me as run of the mill pub fare.

Beers on tap were all from the Greene King stable, with their IPA, Abbott Ale and Old Speckled Hen. Ciders were Blackthorn and Stowford Press.
Blackthorn - 26 Jul 2011 17:37
First vist for over 6 years don't have the chicken in wine & mushroom sauce only one veg included very pricey drinks even soft ones when you think you can go to the masons arms at Rudgeway and help yourself to as much veg as you want for cheaper.
rorypatchway - 6 Mar 2010 19:32
Gave this pub the benefit of the doubt......not a good move have continued to have a beer there but no more. Shame we have customers in our work trade that want good food and atmosphere...obviously the comments on the internet have not been taken notice of by the powers that be!!!!!! Have not been in the Harp for probably a month or so.......but hey its like we have never been away....still terrible bar staff service (have to say Emma is very good and most welcoming) but last time we went in.. the bar staff are now eating at the bar..not making room for customers... tables are not very often cleared for people who just want a drink.....what is going on......Moon and Sixpence maybe 80p dearer a pint but nice service......buck up HARP TEAM
winifred - 8 May 2009 23:34

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