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The Greyhound, Ash - pub details

Address: 1, Ash St, Ash, Aldershot, Hampshire, GU12 6LA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11726) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ash (0.8 miles), Aldershot (1.5 miles), Ash Vale (2 miles)

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I used to be a regular at this pub for many years, but not any more. It's a lovely cosy-looking little building with an awful lot of character and charm. That hasn't changed. The problem is that since it went under new management this year, things have just gone from bad to worse.

The food has always been of a reasonable standard. Great for a Sunday roast, great for a burger if you're more in need of a snack. However, the waiting time for food just seems to be getting worse and worse by the week, and when you ask for the manager, he doesn't seem to know what's happening. My wife and I ordered Emmental and Bacon Beef Burgers on my last visit a fortnight ago, and were kept waiting over half an hour. When the food did arrive, it was fairly obvious that it had been put to one side and left to go cold before it had been brought out. My wife and I complained to the manager, who to be fair did replace both meals after some discussion and argument on our part (not what you'd expect), but his attitude was about as cold as the burger they served up, and we both left feeling "we won't bother next time, we'll just go somewhere where our custom is a bit more appreciated."

The atmosphere of this pub used to be warm and friendly, but I just get the feeling more and more that staff are stressed, no-one seems to know what's going on, and the quality of the service and food have deteriorated massively in the past few months. A pity, because we used to really love this place, but from now on, I'll be driving a bit further to try out other locals.
Tebbs81 - 7 Sep 2013 14:03
A fair sized pub dived into two bars and with a large outside drinking area, they sold three real ales from, I think, Greene king which were well kept and the service from the bar staff was good.

Unfortunately being the only pub in this part of Ash it does attract a lot of "Ash billies" who are a bit like hillbillies in America but with a worse dress sense... white vests and tracksuit bottoms are their standard dress and being highly drunk their pastime, also a fair few of them buy pints in the pub and then wander off somewhere else to drink them, all a bit strange.

Allright for a drink if you in the area but would not make big effort to go there.
beershot - 2 Sep 2013 17:12
A quaint thriving little pub with friendly staff and customers, pretty much all the staff are new since the comments below.
Youngs (Ordinary bitter) is always well kept and they have 2 regularly rotated guest beers, some over 1 cheaper than other pubs nearby.
Just been sold to Stonegate Pub Company but they won't change it too much, why change a winning formula?
bristol407 - 1 Jan 2011 17:15
Visited this pub for the first time tonight with my husband for a meal, we only live about half mile away and lived here for nearly five years. I was very pleased to find a place with nice food at decent prices almost on my doorstep. No idea why we have left it so long ! The food was great, the staff polite and we were served food and drink quickly without any problems. A great night out for around 25. There are alot of complaints on here from others but we found The Greyhound to be miles ahead of some other places we have been to and alot cheaper too. 10/10
suetilbury - 3 Nov 2009 21:00
>and this is the only pub i've found in the south-east that serves mild!

You may be interested to know that you were only 10 mins walk from a pub which has a mild permanently on tap (as well as at least four other ales).

White Lion, Aldershot - the brewery tap of the FFF Brewery.
yorkie - 25 Jun 2009 14:36

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