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Lamplighters, Stratford Upon Avon

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user reviews of the Lamplighters, Stratford Upon Avon

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Havin noticed older posts.It really dont reflect they way the new management run this pub.You have to try it out to believe it.keep up the good work the both of you.great turn-a-round.
bluetnot - 27 Oct 2013 13:51
Went to straford race course yesterday and what a great day we had .Stopped off at the lamplighter pub on the way there, cracking staff good atmosphere made us really welcome.Set the day up, would have loved to have gone that way back..

bluetnot - 27 Oct 2013 11:50
Closed for refurbishment and will be re-opening at the end of the week according to the notice in the window.
paul_d102 - 18 Jun 2013 22:53
Just one Davenports when we visited. Locals pub. A bit run down. Won't be back in a rush though.
ng10 - 24 Jun 2012 10:46
Watched the Ireland v England rugby on Saturday, pleasant enough pub with cheap Davenport's IPA at £2.40 pt good value. Some young lads were getting a noisy but were managed well by the barmaid and the lads themselves were polite and not threatening.
addlened - 24 Mar 2011 09:43
Nice to see 3 real ales but in general it just dosent work beer was ok but the pub itself is in need of a serious revamp
spoony86 - 17 Dec 2010 00:40
Popped in here on the way back to the Railway Station. Initially we attracted the locals attention as it is very much a locals pub. Once in you are confronted with a choice of 3 beers, all from the Marstons stable, it's been a while since I had plumped for a Banks' Mild/Original so I went for that, not a beer that's improved any. the pub is comfortable enough, no airs or graces, a decent boozer, which seems rare in Stratford. Nothing wrong at all with it.
imdownthepub - 14 Aug 2010 09:37
From the outside and from the name you would think that this is a wine bar, but it isnít. Once inside itís a fairly basic boozer with slightly worn red seating and loads of dining tables. The reason for this becomes obvious when you spot the sign that says 2 meals for £4.95!!!! Most people were dining and what they got for the price looked great. The group of guys in overalls in front of us had liver, onions, mash and peas and they got huge platefuls. Canít comment about the taste as we didnít eat here, but everyone seemed to be enjoying it. 6 handpumps on the bar doubling up with Banksís Bitter and Original plus Hobgoblin. A pint of Hobgoblin and a 175 ml wine was £4.50 in here. Compare that to the White Swan across the road at £7.10. The Hobgoblin was a good pint as well. Itís a friendly bar with a buzzy feel about it, we liked it.
ROBCamra - 4 Nov 2009 14:55
Bar area felt in need of a little TLC, wasnt quite what we were expecting from looking at the outside first. Garden was full of what appeared to be regulars, so had to sit inside. Mainly regulars inside too but quite a mix of people, although didnt feel uncomfortable. Very good value prices for drinks and the food seemed amazingly cheap considering usual Stratford prices, although we didnt try any, so cant comment on what its actually like to taste. As said above, it needs a lick of paint and a few chairs needed repair and bulbs gone in a few places, but overall a fair pub and we would return for the good prices offered & ideal location to the centre of town.
Lucinda1 - 19 Aug 2007 18:57
this quirky place had a bit of a run down, yet kind of homely feel to it. the toilets leave a lot to be desired but it was fairly priced and the pint was rather drinkable. the customers seemed to be mainly regulars but we didnt feel unwelcome.
DirtyPanda - 10 Dec 2006 18:13
Ok pub, nothing special. Had a "Slaughtered Lamb" feel as I walked in! Ahhh outsiders! but after the first pint they were friendly enough.
DazzerT - 27 Nov 2006 08:35
Weird kind of place. Complete mix of people in there - Chinese students, a group of middle-aged women,old couples, rockers. Felt a bit open and too bright.

Beer was OK, nothing special.
therivierakid - 24 Nov 2006 16:17
A curious pub that has never really changed much. A good drinking hole frequented by all sorts of people from young people to old winos. Generally nice.
anonymous - 3 Oct 2006 16:18
Nice boozerie! Went there and met the quirkiest bar dud who was an absolute scream, knew a good beer (despite being a l*ger drinker) but I sit get a wet arse sitting on the upholstered furniture. I'd rather never know what I'd sat in.

All-in-all I reckon this has great potential. (Arses dry off eventually)
BlueStringPudding - 18 Feb 2006 19:51

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