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I am a 65 year old walker and a big consideration while pursuing this activity is to choose the right pub for lunch. As an horticultural lecturer specialising in the cultivation of vegetables I take this part of the meal very seriously. No canned or processed veg for me. So I shall be commenting on this aspect of the meal in any pub reports. Also the real ale of course.

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Age: 72

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The Lamb Inn, Nomansland

I think you can disregard 5 year old reviews. The Lamb always has a fair range of real ales & I have never had a bad pint there. Excellent HSB. This is a comfortable pub, well patronised by the locals. Make sure you book if you want food, especially at weekends. Certainly one of the best Forest Pubs.

1 Apr 2016 16:32

Horse and Groom, Woodgreen

An update on the pub. The latest chef is a young chap called Matthew. And he can certainly cook. I just hope Karen & the rest of the management can hold onto him.

The beer is still Badger & as always it is in excellent condition.

With the arrival of the new chef my rating for the pub goes up a notch.

16 Jan 2016 13:08

The Fox and Goose, Greywell

This is certainly one of the best pubs in Hampshire, 'said by one who has visited more than a few'.
The beer was in outstanding condition, we had the Alton & the Good Old Boy, two other real ales were also on offer.
The food was excellent, my roast beef was under a tenner & the roast potatoes were some of the best I have ever tasted.
From the moment you step through the door you get a warm welcome. Lovely old pub, open fires & a great atmosphere, it is certainly my type of place.

Rating. It's got to be at least a 9

24 Nov 2015 09:46

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