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Arrow, Yeovil

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user reviews of the Arrow, Yeovil

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A godsend tucked away behind the roundabouts and retail parks that ring Yeovil Town's stadium, this is an estate pub and hence nothing special but was elevated by good beer including a broad selection from Ringwood and a very enjoyable offering from the Yeovil brewery, itself situated in a nearby industrial unit.
BoehmBawerk - 2 Dec 2014 07:30
Considering this is an estate pub, it ticks all the boxes for me. One important thing is that there is now an increased range of beers. On a recent visit, all 5 handpumps were in use. Admittedly, all the beers are from Marston's and their subsidiaries, but they are well kept, and there is often something unusual (one-offs and seasonal brews). Very lively when the footie finishes at nearby Huish Park, but well controlled. Must try the food sometime.
beerpilgrim - 21 Mar 2012 00:25
A large pub with plenty of seating, the Arrow serves typical pub food for competitve prices, including some meals at two for 10.
There is a small outdoor beer garden which is separate from the smoking area, although people do smoke in the beer garden. The garden is more like a terrace overlooking Abbey Manor shops, but it's outside all the same.
Live sport is shown whenever it is on and there is a big screen with numerous TV's placed around. There is an area with no TV or sport too so if you're not interested you can have some peace, or at least space.
There's three pool tables for general use and various fruit/quiz machines on offer. There's also a cash machine, but be prepared to pay 1.95 for withdrawals; point to note is that there's a free cashpoint at Tesco Express across the road.
The toilets are clean and the staff are very friendly.

vodkat - 13 Apr 2011 15:21
Nice atmosphere for an estate pub but very limited range of beers (Pedigree is well kept) and menu is OK but prety bog standard and not at all exciting.
BobOs - 16 Aug 2008 23:32
Good night out if your drinking with friends. Bad night out if your eating. Table was prebooked for approx 10 people the food was late & crap.
waynerlovesweymouth - 24 May 2008 23:18
This Pub was nowhere near as bad as I was led to believe. Although an estate pub, it had a very drinkable real ale the staff were friendly and even the Yeovil footy supporters made us at home.
plodge - 25 Apr 2006 13:44

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