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The Royal Oak, Barrington - pub details

Royal Oak

Address: 31, West Green, Barrington, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 5RZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26256) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Shepreth (0.9 miles), Meldreth (0.9 miles), Foxton (1.3 miles)

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Haven't been here but just to point out that the photograph shows the Barrington Oak (formerly Royal Oak) pub in South Somerset (which has yet to have an entry in BITE)
brianagain - 29 Aug 2012 13:51
i'd also like to say that since the last reviews this pub has got new owners, who are completely right for a village pub!!!
izzy08 - 23 Sep 2009 01:18
I live locally and often pop into this pub for food or a swift drink, or many drinks! i thinks it's a fantastic pub and find the ladlord and landlady very welcoming as are the staff!
I eat off the lunch menu, dinner menu and my favorite menu The a la carte menu! I find teh beef stirfry is amzing.
I also visit when they have food themed nights, with my favorite being the inidian night! AMAZING.
i'd reccomend this pub to anyone , especially peopl with families and dogs! They welcome children of all ages and wellies! Unlike most pubs!

Give it a go, you'll turn in to a regular!!

izzy08 - 23 Sep 2009 01:17
Wanted a change for a summer friday night drink.
Location is nice and the pub is nice. 4 Real ales on and had a good pint of moors.
The downside is its an expensive resturant pub with averageish food. Bar staff from south of the equator who are just not right for a village pub and the lack of people in there warm on a friday night shows this.
OK for quick watering stop on the waty to somewhere better but would not stop for more than one.
Oh yes and I need to say that a side of chips should be more than 8 3/4 inch thick chunks of potato...........
CambridgeBlue - 30 Jun 2008 11:08
nice, old village pub.
expensive & slightly pretentious...
average ales.
alehouses - 25 Mar 2008 13:19

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