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The White Hart, Roydon - pub details

Address: High Rd, Roydon, Diss, Norfolk, IP22 5RU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18632) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Diss (2.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 6 users)
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dropped in here for a quick pint, place was empty bar one other bloke but it was 6pm..........first visit since refurb and theyve done a tasteful job- beer garden has been sorted out and looks like a great choice for chilling out when summer comes round. menu looks good....will probably try at some point.
hopsgreennyellow - 2 Nov 2011 16:10
Stayed in Diss went to the White Hart Roydon for a couple of evening meals had garlic bread starter followed by the chicken/bacon salad beautiful, also the scampi chips (home made) and peas lovely i would recommend, courteous staff, nice beer garden, good pub grub at a good price would definately return if i was in the area
bartry - 28 Jul 2008 12:22
A short hop from Diss, this extended roadside pub manages to find a good balance between drinkers and diners. The main bar contains several original beams and pillars and a wonderful inglenook and stove. The rest of the pub is a more modern recreation and despite the woodchip wallpaper it still retains a sedate Olde Pubbe charm. It ws not the busiest night of the week on our visit and volume levels are fairly low with muted 70�s piped music and punters who appeared to be more of a genteel and civilised disposition. The carpeted main bar is the oldest part with its low ceiling and from here a Tudor style dining area and separate family room branch off. Real Ales include Adnams and Landlord. At the rear is a large well kept beer garden and beyond a car park although most people seem to use the church car park next door. It lacks any particular wow factor but is a pleasant enough stop off for a peaceful pint in a nice spot.
RogerB - 6 Dec 2007 23:00
Outstanding Pub! Went on a Sunday and had the carvery which was excellent with a choice of 3 meats and all the trimmings, very reasonably priced (7.25) and generously portioned. Desserts were also exceptional with good choice and value in mind. Staff friendly and courteous, good service, large beer/food garden, more than ample parking, and nice clean toilet facilities to boot! This has it all, we'll definately come back again!
mikeandbecks - 23 Jul 2006 21:06

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