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The Horse and Jockey, Curbridge - pub details

Horse and Jockey

Address: Botley Road, Curbridge, Hampshire, SO30 2HB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12499) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Botley (1.3 miles), Swanwick (2 miles), Bursledon (2.7 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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> Current user rating: 4.6/10 (rated by 19 users)
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Drove past Sunday evening at 21.00hrs. No lights on. Appears to be shut (again).
topsailjon - 16 Dec 2013 21:04
Attended this pub for a meal on 21st August 2012. On looking at the rather limited menu I was told the chicken breast had sold out. Ordered and paid for the food up front which I found a little odd. After paying I was told the salmon fillet with salad and new potatoes was sold out. I found it difficult to select anything else as I was on a diet and everything else seemed to be fried or with chips. Eventually was offered a prawn salad instead.
The food seemed to take a long while to arrive and when it did the starters and main courses arrived at the same time and when we explained that we wanted our starters first we were told off by the waitress as we had not made it clear we wanted them first. The main course of steak and ale pie ordered by my husband contained so little meat we began counting the steak. My salad when it arrived was a prawn cocktail of some lettuce a few prawns a slice of tomato and a slice of cucumber served in a cereal bowl. I complained at the time and was offered a free dessert which never arrived. Wrote a letter of complaint which I sent recorded delivery and have not received a reply by mid September. Small portions - flavourless food- poor service
unahayward - 12 Sep 2012 23:01
The Horse and Jockey is now in the safe pair of hands of Jack and Cath, a husband and wife team of many years experience in the pub trade. I must confess that over the last five years this pub that I love dearly has had more landlords than I've had hot dinners, and it has been an uncertain time for those who have shared great times at this picturesque hostelry. My wife and I returned there on Monday 20th June for a pub meal, just after the opening time of 6pm. Cath greeted us on our arrival and we felt that we had 'come home' again after our intermittent visits of recent years. The evening meal is traditional pub fare, nothing fancy but fairly priced, and our orders of cod and chips and butterfly chicken in barbecue sauce were not only very tasty, but also consisted of substantial portions. We feel that Jack and Cath can really make this place shine again, and we intend to do our bit by returning regularly and supporting a really great pub.
southernman - 21 Jun 2011 22:23
Saturday afternoon, very warm, lots of peope outside, some very large rounds being bought, 1 bar staff, 4 or 5 constantly queuing, pathetic
avocet - 22 Apr 2011 17:57
My wife & I went there for dinner the other night, and again, were NOT disappointed. The food and drink were great. Ales on offer are from George Gale & Co, I enjoyed a pint of HSB with my excellent plate of bangers and mash. The staff were friendly and attentive; the food was piping hot and just the right quantity.
davel_cats - 24 Feb 2011 12:28

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