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The White Horse, Steyning - pub details

Address: 23 High Street, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3YE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19731) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lancing (4.6 miles), Shoreham-by-sea (4.8 miles), Shoreham-by-Sea (4.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 29 users)
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user reviews of the White Horse, Steyning

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I think bars like this do have their place, but what a shame to turn the White Horse pub into "White's" bar. Tired-looking teenagers serving over-priced drinks. Sterile atmosphere. Perhaps I'm just getting old, but these types of pub conversions are not a patch on their previous incarnations.
Hogarth - 18 Oct 2011 12:33
We went in here on Saturday 30th at 3.15pm for a quick drink.I had a lovely pint of Tully's English Ale which was tasty and only 2.8%.My other half had a half of Cider which was good.Our dog was allowed in the bar area.The pub had a good few people inside and outside.We sat outside at one of the tables.The drinks cost 5.35 which is pricey.The pub looked smart,spacious and modern although i am wary of pubs that get the Heritage pastel shades paint job in satin or eggshell finishes.We enjoyed our drinks and if we were in Steyning again would consider going here to try the food.
Chirple - 30 Apr 2011 21:51
As a relative newcomer to the delights of real ale I would like to see our local pubs offering at LEAST one guest ale. We have fabulous local breweries on our doorstep in and around Steyning so why is it so difficult to get a locally-brewed pint on the high street??

I would take issue with Alezilla's assumptions about the food at the White Horse, and Whites (the accompanying restaurant). Both offer beautifully presented and delicious dishes using locally sourced ingredients. You need only to pop into the open kitchen to see that there is not a "Brakes Brothers" product to be seen. Perhaps you would benefit from putting your wallet where your mouth is, sir!
HipHopGirl - 8 Jan 2011 16:09
The previous reviewer who labels this as a 'class establishment' has obviously been missing episodes of upstairs downstairs. Surprise surprise, Greedy King are here again with their latest incarnation of the 'old barn turned into sophisticated bar' joint... Yes, its actually fairly relaxed and it is certainly clean, but slipping a kleenex under our pints will do little to transform this place into the Champs Elysee or mitigate the shock from the prices that are higher than chanctonbury ring. Choice of beer is ok and its perfectly well kept, and the food has yet to be sampled, but no doubt it is delivered in perfect portions in a huge lorry at 4am along with all the other Greene King orders from Brakes. Think i will keep a tight hand on my wallet rather than put my theory to the test. I was delighted with the manager as he wavered on serving a local hooligan clearly smashed out of his brains and then proceeded to have an altercation with him which spilled out into the car park. Yes, classy, but not enough to get more than a wetherspoons....5/10....
alezilla - 8 Jan 2011 15:57
Recently moved to Steyning, and really love this place. It has great food, a great drinks selection and although not the cheapest place worth every penny! We love fishy Friday and the steaks are delicious.
pubfan83 - 29 Oct 2010 10:38

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