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The Greyhound, Tidmarsh - pub details

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Address: The Street, Tidmarsh, Reading, Berkshire, RG8 8ER [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28598) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Pangbourne (1.3 miles), Tilehurst (2.6 miles), Theale (2.7 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 12 users)
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Spotted this pub whilst out for a Sunday walk. It is absolutely lovely. We were welcomed by a pleasant barman, friendly patrons, a roaring fire and very nice beer. Loved the background music (mostly 1970's). We didn't eat this visit but will definitely be back to try out the food. I wish this was my 'local'. Charming.
einstein42 - 8 Nov 2016 06:43
Avoid. This pub is "family friendly" which translates as having spoilt shrill toddlers rushing around the bar area. Add this to the eye-watering price of the drinks and you have two reasons to drive on.
miceman - 15 Mar 2014 14:07
A Fuller's pub in the middle of the country is always a touch anachronistic to me, surely the word Fuller's belongs in a town.

We arrived at bang on midday so in we went. Unsurprisingly the place was empty and it pretty much stayed that way throughout lunchtime. There is a set of photos on the wall showing the damage caused by the fire a few years back so you know that the low beams and country pub feel are a deliberate act.

Food was OK. I had S&K Pudding which came with mash and veg and was pretty much what I was expecting. My friend's fish and chips boasted a very large piece of fish, but unfortunately the chips were really french fries - a common problem this - I'm sure some people don't know there's a difference. Reasonably priced - my pudding was £10.

Beer was Fullers - the usual suspects plus Jack Frost winter ale. We plumped for this and it was good - it should be at £3.85 per pint ! This does seem a little steep - still paying for the fire repairs maybe?

A reasonable pub, beer prices apart.
ramblethenlunch - 14 Jan 2013 12:52
Definitely don't stop off here unless you have deep pockets. The drinks prices are at least 20% above the going rate locally. I drank the guest ale Beartown from cheshire and the first one was cloudy which suggests the pipes had not been cleared. Food O.K., at least you know the food prices before you order.
miceman - 1 Jan 2013 14:03
The family and I went for a lunch time meal and drink here ,during the Easter break.
The welcome was warm from the landlord and bar staff, and the service was prompt and polite . Food was pretty good quality and helpings more than ample (I don't think anyone left hungry ). The London pride was in pretty good condition and went down very well.On the whole a very pleasant couple of hours spent here .Maybe a bit on the pricey side but well worth a visit .
Thepongmaster - 21 Apr 2011 23:08

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