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The Jolly Farmer, Worplesdon - pub details

Jolly Farmer
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Address: Burdenshott Road, Worplesdon, Guildford, Surrey, GU3 3RN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1367) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Worplesdon (0.5 miles), Brookwood (2.6 miles), Woking (3.1 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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I had the hump big time last time I was in here, but I'm more or less over it now.

Nice lunch today (duck risotto) and a couple of pints of Wild River - Fuller's excellent attempt at replicating an American craft IPA.

This beer is going to be available thoughout what passes for our "summer" these days. Lovely pint - but any other oldloafers out there remember 1976...?
oldloafer - 3 Jul 2012 15:12
Hmm. Rang the day before to check how late they would be serving food on the Tuesday of the Jubilee bank holiday, Was told 7.30pm. When we got there at 7pm they said they had decided to stop at 6pm instead "because they had been so busy".

Not impressed. Had a pint of Pride anyway which was ok, but then had to go on somewhere else to get something to eat...
oldloafer - 17 Jun 2012 10:26
After a muddy stroll around the environs of Worplesdon, the Ramble Then Lunch team chose to take lunchtime bread and water at The Jolly Farmer.

Quite frankly, the pub doesn't look much from the outside, abutting as it does right up against the road. But inside we found a very pleasant hostelry. A Fullers pub, it had London Pride available, but also Gale's HSB and Seafarers. Between us we plumped for the Gale's, and very pleasant they were too.

The Jolly Farmer is making an effort to get noticed with its food and boasts all locally produced ingredients, etc. I plumped for the local beef burger in a bun with chunky chips. The chips came served in a mug (someone's been watching too many TV food programmes), but the bun was stuffed full of all sorts of extras and the burger itself was superb - an excellent strong taste, about as far from a Burger King "pap-burger" as it's possible to get. My colleagues all enjoyed their lunches as well, Fulk's Sausages (whoever he may be) going down particularly well.

Add to this some friendly young ladies doing the serving and you have a very pleasant lunchtime.

One word of warning - when using the gents there are two doors as you go in which are very close together. After a few beers I could envisaged the odd squashed nose or two.

But toilet doors apart, the Jolly Farmer is a very pleasant place to drink, eat and have another a beer because you've missed the once an hour train.

ramblethenlunch - 16 Jan 2012 11:00
This pub is situated on the edge of Whitmore Common. It has a cosy interior and nice beer garden and covered outside sitting area with good garden furniture and some patio heating lamps. It is a Fullers pub but as a Guinness drinker I'm not too sure what beers they do. Gets busy at weekends with people eating, staff are pleasant and friendly and it's a nice pub and well worth a visit.
vicdakin - 21 Sep 2011 15:43
very disappointing meal today post Christmas. I ordered fish and chips no peas, tomatoes instead. Chips came burnt black and peas still on plate. The batter was soggy and uncooked fish inside! Not nice, complained and a new meal was brought however it was still a very disappointing meal. Cheese and biscuits for desert, waitress dropped biscuits on the floor.."oops dropped biscuits" was her comment and no replacement made.....all in all not a successful visit and I will not venture to the pub again
judiroodi - 27 Dec 2010 19:58

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