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The Cricketers, Broadwater - pub details


Address: 66, Broadwater St West, Broadwater, Worthing, West Sussex, BN14 9DE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21694) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Worthing (0.9 miles), East Worthing (1.1 miles), West Worthing (1.2 miles)

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I have never ever seen this before in my life. I went to this pub in worthing/ broad water, called the CRICKETERS. 1 hour later, me and my family were hungry. I ordered food, for me and my family and ate. Everything was good so far, until I went to the toilet and saw / heard the chef going to toilet. Shortly after as I was waiting for him to leave. He opened the door. As you can imagine, the smell was not pleasant, but the next was unbelievable. He didn't flush the toilet, and on top of that i watched him walk out of the toilet, he didn't wash his hands. All I can say is I would not eat there again, even if you paid me a years salary. Good drink, but absolutely filthy in regards to hygiene. On top on this my partner and 6 year old girl had cramp and was throwing up all night!! No wonder. Again, I feel this establishment needs a hygiene inspector in to close the restaurant down as this should be illegal. This type of blazer behaviour gives good restaurants / pubs a bad name.
On top of this the landlord had a dog that was begging for food for the whole duration that we were there, whilst eating and drinking. I don't like complaining but I go to the pub / restaurant to relax, not for a wet dirty unhygienic dog to be begging for fiord for 3 hours. This is not in anyway the dog fault. The owner / land lord needs to actually feed or water his pet, or don't have one. Behaviour breeds behaviour. On reflection of the relaxed land lords behaviour, no wonder the staff / chef are so relaxed??? Discussing and should be shut down. Poor dog!!!!

Adam13458 - 21 Jul 2014 23:10
What a cracker of a pub, a friend took us in for a quick drink before our curry and we ended up staying all evening. There was a good selection of real ales for me and her indoors had a rather nice bottle of shiraz. There were logs fires blazing and it was really busy with people of all age groups. There was also a band playing. this pub is now on our list for a regular visit. Well done to all those involved in running this traditional pub, next time we will book a table for dinner .
drinxale - 28 Nov 2010 15:30
Wandered into the Cricketers this weekend and was really surprised, we have lived in Worthing for some years but never visited the pub, it was really friendly ( we were chatting to people at the bar as if we had known them for years and had only been there 10 minutes) The staff were spot on and the selection of real ales probably the best in Worthing, they even had a beer festival on to celebrate British Pub Week, didnt even know it was on, in fact none of the other pubs we go in had anything to mention this. We didnt get a chance to eat but will be back to give it a try, the menu looked good. An absloute gem of a proper English pub, complete with pub dog. If you havent been , give it a visit it willl be well worth it.
happymonster - 8 Nov 2010 19:33
Got to be a contender for next years GBG, 4 excellent real ales on when i was in there on saturday, friendly locals, friendly staff, one of the better pubs in Worthing.
superseagulls - 16 Mar 2009 18:34
This is one of Worthings better pubs. Really old establishment, (a former landlord was a retired soldier that had served at the battle of Waterloo, bet he could spin a tale on a dark winters night ). Big, well kept bear garden, good reputation for the quality and quantity of the food and a good atmosphere. All one bar but it splits up as the South end has the racing on etc. and the North end enjoys the peace and dining area. Worth visiting, mostly caters for the older age groups, and worth trying the grub.
forresearchpurposesonly - 2 Oct 2006 00:52

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