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King William IV, Cockernhoe

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Carvery just been introduced good value for Thursday to Saturday at �5.50 and �7.50 on Sundays. Three roasts and eight vegetables. Also good selection of beers with changing guest beers kept well
malcyb - 26 May 2012 17:16
Good food portions and decent prices. Friendly staff. Lots of parking.
sweetleaf11 - 24 Oct 2007 16:09
lovely pub to visit for a quiet beverage in the evenings rarely too busy to get to the bar although definatly need to avoid the whole area on a sunday evening due to karoke going on... slight issue and glad dont live within a few miles radius due to the calibre of singers that get involved. locals are nice and always seem to be in there... pool table is ok and also rarely busy...
several good points about the place the food is absolutly brilliant and you will have trouble eating whats on your plate and its that nice you fins it hard to leave any. lagers are nice and service is ok usually.. loads of parkin and outside seating areas.
anonymous - 11 Mar 2007 17:10
This pub is ok, beer quality varies. The pub is actually in Hertfordshire.
tophatter64 - 25 Dec 2006 11:48
Good food, beer was ok too.

A great place to get away from the sights and sounds of lovely Luton town.
anonymous - 3 Oct 2006 17:43
Come on Andy... its been over four months. Visit this pub and tell us what you think.

I have been to this pub. Its ok, nothing really special, nice for a quiet summers walk out of lovely Luton - good ale. Big and small TVs positioned so hardly anyone in the pub can see them.

Anyway, never mind that, I'm keen to read some more reviews for pubs that Andy Merrell has yet to visit.
Dean_Pritchard - 18 Aug 2006 11:48
not visited yet. watch this space. update on location. Follow Crawley Green Road until you can follow no more. Mangrove Green is through Cockernhoe. Please drive carefully, as you have to go down a narrow country lane about 300m long. There are houses and cars parked and a sharp and blind left bend at the end. Magrove Village green is on your left and the pub is 100m on your right. The King William has a sizable car park which is often full. Landranger Ref: TL 1245/2391 (aprox).
andymerrall - 2 Apr 2006 18:02
Went here once for lunch with work and it was very nice. Food was well done and the interior was nice and traditional.
awehla - 22 Mar 2006 13:24
it took us a good few minutes of driving around narrow country style roads to find this lil place in search of some pub grub, only to arrive two minutes after they stop serving! stayed for a few non alcoholic drinks - dont drink an drive folks - and played some pool. the table was free!! sssh folks don't tell anyone ;)
matty_the_man - 7 Jul 2005 22:52
Nice little place well located for a drink from Wigmore without having to contend with the Luton pubs. Decent beer and nice food. Can be a bit crowded in the summer.
Richard - 9 Nov 2004 15:59
Half decent for a summers walk from the Wigmore area of Luton. Looks like a quaint little country pub from the outside, but is often wedged with (well meaning but noisy) locals by the bar. Away from the bar is a huge, largely deserted, area for pool players (there aren't many) and diners. Karaoke on a Sunday is well worth avoiding.
tpk1 - 24 Sep 2004 13:28
A great 16th century village pub that dishes out some terrific food.Situated on a village green its well worth a visit.
It has a nice garden and is well maintained.
Roka - 17 Jun 2003 15:49

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