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The Greyhound Inn, Marsh Gibbon - pub details

Greyhound Inn

Address: West Edge, Marsh Gibbon, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX27 0HA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27503) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bicester Town (3.8 miles), Bicester North (3.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 7 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Plough Inn, Marsh Gibbon (0.3 miles), Sow and Pigs, Poundon (1.6 miles)

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The Greyhound looked quite an interesting pub. But as with everywhere in the area, this place was closed on Easter Monday. 0/10 for now, until a repeat visit is possible.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Apr 2015 20:47
Been here a couple of times ( most recently without Mrs Pubweasel) . The beer is ok but always the same selection, the place is not unfriendly just a little soul less . Have seen last orders called a 2240 before which was a little disappointing . Not tried to the food but "Thai in Pubs" is a bit overdone in the Vale . Given the competition in MG, could be a real winner.
Pubweasels - 6 Dec 2011 19:32
nis321, I didn't ask for "a lager", I always ask for my drink by it's name because I alway drink the premium lagers. So no, I'm not stupid. If I ask for Grolsch I expect Grolsch, not Carlsberg. That would be the barman who is stupid. You sound as if you are a landlord yourself so if someone asks for a lager by name, do you ignore their request? If you're talking to someone whilst about to pour someone elses drink, if you misheard, you would ask for the customer to repeat their request rather than make a guess at the cheap lager.

As for the closing on Mondays, I still think it is odd to close all day. I know many village pubs shut during the day hours in the week but not a whole evening.
snert - 25 Apr 2009 11:38
Traditional old English pub which served me a good pint of London Pride, never tried the Abbott though. Too far away from me to consider eating there but the pub is worth a good session despite the beer range. Worth seeking out.
Booze_Allen - 22 Oct 2008 20:01
I disagree with these negative comments, i know the landlord somewhat. i'm hardly a regular and yet whenever i'm in there hes very nice, civil and chatty to me. I have seen him go off on one but only after he was insulted by one of the other customers. True if you ask for a lager you won't know which you will get...are you stupid? if you'd like a specific lager then ask for it, if you just ask for a lager you'll obvious get a random.

I close my establisment on Monday. it's not weird because first the trade is bad, and more importantly, not just the landlord, but the full time staff get a break as well. Everyone seems to underestimate how hard it is to run a pub, when everyone has finished work where do you think they go half the the pub, and who do you think is running the place? All landlords have it difficult so before saying anything about them, remember they work as a public servant morning till night. This is one of the nicest pubs i know, traditional at the bar end and great food at the restaurant end.
nis321 - 1 Sep 2008 22:52

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