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White Hart, Chesham

Lovely typical county village pub with a welcoming atmosphere and roaring fires. Beer is always excellent, normally a couple on, sometime 3. Food is on a level with a gastro pub.

19 Feb 2014 15:36

The Masons Arms, Stapleton

This is a fantastic pub. So unchanged, without trying to look old. The beer's top notch too. Just wish it was my local and not 130 miles away.

10 Jan 2013 14:01

The Carpenters Arms, Burghclere

lovely meal, reasonable prices, nice beer and a pleasant atmosphere. Not many of these country pubs around these days so visit as soon a you can.

3 Sep 2011 16:19

The Grenadier, Belgravia

Really surprisingly quite little pub which could have been in the countryside rather than right next to Hyde Park Corner,
I liked it and the beer was OK but at London prices 3.55 a pint.
Barman was a little abrupt and so I can imagine that the other people's comments are correct.
Visit as it's in a lovely location but beware the barman.

13 Oct 2010 18:45

The Duke of Wellington, Minehead

lovely interior, friendly staff and good priced food and beer.

7 Mar 2010 21:33

The Full House, Hemel Hempstead

Big pub, typical reasonably priced simple Weatherspoons food. As Weatherspoons pubs go this pretty good and pretty much a good as it gets in Hemel.

22 Oct 2007 13:07

The Fox Inn, Stanton Harcourt

Good typical old fashioned drinking pub. If a little limited on real ales.

22 Oct 2007 13:03

The Red Lion, Northmoor

Excellant food at excellent prices. 2 course Sunday lunch for 6.95. the beers not bad too.

22 Oct 2007 13:01

The Ferryman Inn, Bablock Hythe

Friendly pub. Beer was OK - 6x and Wadsworth IPA. Nice location. Bit bland looking inside.

22 Oct 2007 13:00

The Queens Head, Chesham

Beer was really good, decor was very homely and food looked good value. Yes, best pub in Chesham (the rest are just plain rubbish except the Swan which is a little way out of the town centre).

3 Apr 2007 18:49

The Alehouse, Reading

Yes, this is a great little pub. Lots of great beer and little drinking booths. A real beer drinker's pub. It's the only pub I know of in the Reading town centre which has any character.

3 Apr 2007 18:43

Black Boy, Bushey Heath

Yes Bushey is depressing for pubs. This was another pretty poor beer quality, average scruffy boozer inside. Go to the Red Lion, beer better, cheaper, just the same old scruffy interior.

6 Feb 2007 20:14

The King Stag, Bushey

Very well presented pub. Beer is Green King so I had a pint of Gunniess.

6 Feb 2007 20:11

The Three Crowns, Bushey Heath

Didn't eat, beer was pretty average.

6 Feb 2007 20:10

Royal Oak, Bushey

Pretty arverage pub with average beer.

6 Feb 2007 20:08

The Red Lion, Bushey

The London Pride in here is probably the best I've had anywhere (and I've drunk a lot of it, trust me, especially on the brewery tour at Cheswick) and it has only just gone up 5p in the last couple of months to 2.15. The food is really good and unbelieveably cheap (16oz steak 5.99, 8oz 3.99). It's a bit rough and ready, but there's an awful lot worse pubs out there, even my girlfriend doesn't mind it in there.

6 Feb 2007 20:05

The Two Brewers Inn, Chipperfield

Must agree with the others. Typical Brewers Fayre pub. Beer rubbish, expensive. Food was rubbish even for one of their pubs.

6 Feb 2007 19:51

The Boot, Chipperfield

Haven't eaten here for a long time, it was OK in the restaurant side. Bar area really small and smokey (won't be come July and they ban it). Beer was pretty good.

6 Feb 2007 19:49

The Green Dragon, Flaunden

Beer's OK. Unusual old local (not many of them left now). Worth a visit.

6 Feb 2007 19:47

Swan, Chesham

Still as good as when I rated it in 15 Nov 2005. I've had some meals here since then and they are top quality, though not cheap. An excellant special meal and night out for your partner. Timothy Taylor still great.

6 Feb 2007 19:44

The Bell, Waltham St Lawrence

Absolutely great old pub, the 2 bar areas look totally original. Great range of real ales and that friendly atmosphere that you only get in pubs out in the middle of nowhere in the coutry. A must see, especially to show any tourists.

15 Nov 2005 19:50

Swan, Chesham

Lovely old country pub with large fire place and original tudor style timber cellings. Beer excellant especially the Timothy Taylor Landlord. Food looks great too, if a little pricey but has award wining chef so probably worth it.

15 Nov 2005 19:46

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