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Le Moulin de Lecq, St Ouen

The house beer is Liberation "Moulin Wheel Ale" (play on words!!) It's OK but they do have a guest beer as well. We always go here when in Greve and it is a loveley spot on a warm day with a cool beer and just away from the main touristy bits!

3 Sep 2014 12:30

The Royal, St Martin

A Randalls pub which is geared up for families and diners although they do still retain a "public/games bar". Nice patio and plenty of stuff for the little ones while you enjoy one of 3 beers on pump (Ringwood Best/Bankss Mild and Bass on my visit). Car park; disabled facilities and 3 buses to choose from (3/13/23 all go into the village). Nicely decorated and we were very happy with our visit.

3 Sep 2014 12:27

The British Union, St Lawrence

Thgis village pub has recently had a "makeover" and is now called The Saint Laurent. Its is right opposite the church and on the 27 bus route(from St.Helier) and 25 going back into town. Two bars - a thin narrow public bar where it can be hard work getting to the counter due to the width and the number of bar stools! The other bar "The Noshery" is mainly for food although you can get a drink there. Two handpumps but just the one beer (Black Sheep Bitter) when I visited. Quite pleasant but a bit awkward getting a drink in the bar - however, it was early Friday evening and there were a lot of locals carmmed round the counter. Worth the bus ride out of town.

3 Sep 2014 12:24

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