The Quays, Mytchett [Closed] - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8528) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served
- Outside seating, Late licence, Wireless internet access (provided by The Cloud)
other pubs nearby:
Miners Arms, Mytchett (0.4 miles), Prince of Wales, Farnborough (0.5 miles), Imperial Arms, Farnborough (0.6 miles), Rose and Thistle, Frimley Green (0.6 miles), Ham and Blackbird, Farnborough (0.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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5 most recent reviews of 30 shown - see all reviews
|Good basic carvery - but the last time I tried it, it was apparent that the contents were only changed maybe once in the entire lunchtime session. From that point of view, the Toby Carvery in nearby Frimley (The One Oak) was streets ahead.|
Nevertheless, have just tried to boook a table for tomorrow (based mainly on the lovely views) - but three calls...no answer at all.
There is so much in the way of good eating in this area, who's going to bother with this level of (non)service...?
emcee47 - 17 Feb 2014 17:29
|i cannot begin to tell you how much of waste of your life it would be to step foot in this place, the food is terrible everytime I have been in the last three years, the carvey is the pits, staff standing around, shouting at each other as they cut your gristle with a little meat, dreid veg, solid gravy, rock hard potatoes if any are actually left, the bar staff have never been trained properly, ale is always cloudy, some goes wrong every time, its the pits i tell you, the pits! |
I've lived in the area for long enought to visit and eat at the place when it opened at a wine bar/fish restuarant, you could even get in with jeans 20 years ago!
dont waste your effort, time, money on what will surely be a complete disappointment
Wanderingaleman - 8 Dec 2011 13:27
|The ONLY way this plae could be improved is with a wrecking ball. Flattenen it and start again. Still it does keep pond life away from other pubs in the area.|
Dan137 - 1 Oct 2011 09:06
|The last review being over a year ago, we thought it was worth a visit, I mean, things could only be better, couldn't they? Wrong! Two real ales on offer, London Pride and Courage Special, we opted for the Pride. It was a super sunny September day, not a cloud in the sky.....just in the beer, which tasted foul! This place is now advertised as a carvery, only when we arrived there was a sign on the door saying that due to a failure of a vital piece of equipment the carvery was unavailable. As the only piece of equipment you need to roast meat is an oven and as the rest of the menu was being served we guessed that the vital piece missing was the cooking operative. We settled for a Ploughmans for 2 at £9.50. Most people can picture a Ploughmans, a wedge of Cheddar, maybe some Brie and if you're lucky a hunk of crumbly Stilton. If this is what you expect, give this place a wide berth or take your own. The plate, sorry slate, that arrived consisted of 2 types of cheese purporting to be Cheddar and Wensleydale, not wedges but small tasteless thin strips and bits, half a tomato and some wilted leaves. This pub could and should be so much better than it is given it's idyllic location, somebody.......anybody should get in there and sort it out!|
wilf880 - 1 Oct 2011 07:12
|Seems things haven't changed much since my last visit quite a while ago! The lakeside patio is still terrific. The food is still awful - mediocre if you're lucky. By the bar, they are still posting a list of dishes that they cannot serve due to unavailability of ingredients... some things never change. We rarely visit, and when we do, it's for the outdoor atmosphere, not the food. Go for a cold lager or drink in the garden, if you must. I'd love to be able to recommend this place for other reasons, but can't.|
gypsygrrl - 30 May 2010 18:10
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