The Waggon and Horses, Surbiton - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 78) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Sky TV
- Food served
- Smoking area
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|Sad but true - the new business model is rubbish.|
Like the Thai idea, but popped in twice now and on both occasions
'There's a problem with the oven and we can't do English food'
Sounds like you need a new oven...?
Also serving pints with well over 2 inches of head on them. Asked for a top up on one and got looked at like I was an alien. I explained that the head was more than I was happy with
'That's how it came out of the tap'....
daveo1707 - 29 Sep 2015 14:20
|Expensive, but a nice pub. Clean, friendly and i've always found the beer to be decent. |
straightatthewall - 26 Aug 2015 18:03
|Final pub for my Sunday Surbiton trip, the Waggon & Horses is a disappointing Young's house. Youngs Bitter & Special & St Austell Tribute was the ale selection. The interior was ok. But with an uninspiring drinks range, this is worth giving a miss.|
blue_scrumpy - 2 Apr 2014 20:02
|Met friends in the Wagon the other weekend. The usual Youngs stuff on pump with the usual lagers on the tap. Yawn.|
Atmosphere is still good in this pub as there are the usual nice bunch of people but watch out for the worldly wise 'jobs-worth' dark haired bloke behind the bar who likes to tell everyone what they can and cant do every five minutes (irritating).
They do need to bring in more guest ales and bring back the ciders they once used to have, Addlestones etc then I am sure this pub will return to the best in Surbiton once again. The food was very good so if you are thinking of eating here I would recommend it as a good place.
fullersfan - 16 Feb 2012 21:46
|Been years since I've been here which was before the refurb. So now we have a at front a large bar area with high chairs round cask-tables all set far back from the bar, presumably to put folk off from standing at the bar. With a "bar" like beige and brown decor but insufficient light to read. Big telly installed but not on on a Sunday afternoon when there was F A Cup football available. There's a small seated area separated off for eating to the right and much more of that to the rear. Background music was on but no sign of fruit machines. Not really a boozer then but ok for a quite-ish pint. No parking now, but there are a few roadside spaces round the corner in Beaufort Rd but they have restrictions.|
Yongs Ales (Ordinary, Special, Winter Warmer) and Twickenham Original as a guest, which was in good nick.
Overall not bad, but not convenient for a visitor to the area.
SimonM - 11 Jan 2012 17:03
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