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The Endeavour, Chelmsford - pub details


Address: 351 Springfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 6AW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29409) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chelmsford (1.4 miles), Hatfield Peverel (5.2 miles)

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My wife and I happened to be staying on the outskirts of Chelmsford, and ventured towards the town, in search of a drink. We're both so glad that The Endeavour was the first pub we came across, the staff and the customers were so friendly, as evidenced by The 'What's On' blackboard, inviting all and sundry to an upcoming wedding celebration in the pub.
The Maldon Gold was a beautiful drop as well, and may well prove instrumental in converting my other half to proper ale. I really felt that I had to provide some feedback, as The Endeavour is surely one of the loveliest little proper pubs I have ever been in.
The only sour note was a slightly less than fresh pickled egg, but the wasabi peanuts (highly recommended) soon made me forget!
JustJonnyboy - 7 Jul 2010 16:40

Quaint , original interior, small and clean are all adjectives that apply to this
enjoyable public house. Infrequent beer festivals- one such occurring on my visit. Patronised by an elder, friendly clientele

real ale Prices 2.80/2.90 on my visit. Beer in good condition.

Stock beers are GK IPA, Abbot, Adnams, usually always one from the excellent Mightyoak stable. A 2nd guest ale offering would greatly elevate this pub's

Unlucky not to be in GBG 2010, as it has previously enjoed inclusion in previous years.
Polypinmath - 15 Mar 2010 08:51
Visited this lovely pub on a Saturday evening, and I must say that the Maldon Gold, which was on draft, was delicious. This is a proper pub. The sort of place you go if you fancy a chat and a pint. The jukebox in the corner has a very large selection of tracks, including numerous 70s soft rock classics. I spoke to a regular customer at The Endeavour, (Richard), who was clearly is a big fan of his local. (My god, that man could talk).
yoooreds - 28 Jun 2009 13:14
An excellent friendly local with good value food (fish night and steak night are well known). Landlord knows his beers and usually at least 5 real ales on offer.
nigsad - 18 Jun 2009 21:46
Great little pub, real ale, real food and genuine people to have a conversation with. Guest ale every week, darts and crib teams, if it wasn't for the bang up to digital music box you could believe you'd stepped back to a halcyon age.
Maduff - 1 Nov 2008 15:16

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