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The Bakers Arms, Droxford - pub details

Address: High St, Droxford, Southampton, Hampshire, SO32 3PA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29060) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 11 users)
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user reviews of the Bakers Arms, Droxford

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This is a 'Gastro Pub' aimed at the Red-Trousered 'Meon Valley Set' with menu and prices to match. Good locally brewed 'Wallop' and space to drink it in if you are not eating there.
snosnikrap - 7 Sep 2013 18:20
Two Bowman Ales on the handle, a full gastro menu commensurate with the prices, attentive staff and a good village pub atmosphere.
Feed - 5 Dec 2009 01:07
A very nice, manicured village pub for very nice middle class people. Having said that, as a working class oik, I like to go there once in a while for the lovely (and not particularly overpriced) food. A very small real ale selection, but well kept.
stevew1 - 24 Jun 2009 20:54
Providing a masterclass in how to get it right, the Baker's Arms has been turned into the the kind of pub that any village and many small towns would kill for. Plain but comfortable and warm inside, with a nice assortment of furniture tucked into interesting corners, and in the winter, a good fire blazing away. Good lighting, no music, just a really pleasant and characterful space to be in. Friendly, attentive staff, good local beer from the Bowmans brewery (contrary to reports elsewhere, this place operates as a real pub, not just a restaurant), a short but decent wine list - and fantastic food. The menu isn't long but offers a decent choice of dishes from classic steak barnaise and chips to more adventurous cuts and dishes, mostly locally sourced, nicely presented and very, very well cooked. Food tends to the comforting, but it's not served in overwhelming quantities and as it also inclines to the lip-smackingly, plate-wipingly delicious, we weren't complaining. Good puds too.

myPetersfield - 20 Mar 2008 22:44
more of a restaurant than a pub now, what a pity
littlecon - 27 Sep 2007 08:35

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