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The Angel Inn, Upton Scudamore - pub details

Address: Upton Scudamore, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 0AG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22635) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dilton Marsh (1.7 miles), Warminster (1.8 miles), Westbury (2.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 8 users)
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user reviews of the Angel Inn, Upton Scudamore

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Used to walk here when it was more like a pub and had a bar, but it is basically a restaurant now with a tiny bar downstairs. Were made to feel very unwelcome at 17:58 the last time we visited. We were told the place didn't open until 6pm and when I replied that it was 2 minutes to 6, we were rudely told "not by my watch it isn't, I make it quarter to!" by the up himself bar manager.

As we'd walked some miles to get there, we had an awkward meal, served by the same fella, on a tiny table by the tiny bar (we weren't allowed to sit anywhere else because of our dog) and then left never to return. People who live in Upton Scudamore must be very disappointed by their local...
simonali68 - 24 Dec 2011 21:35
Now even more like a restaurant. Has lost the pub feel and is cramming them in. Sent friends there with glowing reviews. They reported back that we had obviously lost our marbles. NOT PUB restaurant now. EWe went to check it out and came away saddened. Food good but atmosphere not the same - sad.
Stadders - 31 Aug 2010 17:38
Agree with Saxon Scooper - overpriced so-called bistro pub. Been twice (one voluntarily, once as part of a group). Had to wait an eternity on a Tuesday night (understaffed) for a 17 main course, the potato accompanyemnt was burnt. Outrageous. Lacks real atmosphere. Does not justify the cost. Beer ok.
Grumpole - 15 Mar 2009 21:08
An unimpressive pub from the road as it sits on the pavement. Entering from the rear car park is pleasant. Pub has an old feel to it and the bar area seems like a Bistro. Wooden floor, stripped pine tables etc. Rest is laid out like a restaurant. Quiet on a weekday March lunchtime, but not surprised with main courses at 16-95!! 3 real ales, Bass, Butcombe, 6X. Tried the now rare Bass which was OK. Sadly not really a pub anymore and charging excessive restaurant prices.

Reviewed 03/03/08 by SADCATS on Tour! SCORE-6.
Saxon_Scooper - 3 Mar 2008 17:38

Saxon_Scooper - 3 Oct 2008 19:00
On the verge of becoming a restaurant more than a pub (no sandwiches, crisps, etc.) but well-kept beers, excellent food and very friendly staff. The fact that this is in the Michelin Guide (and the AA Pub Guide too) speaks more for the food than for "a pub" in its old sense.
HenPen - 21 Jun 2008 18:50

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