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Harts Boatyard, Surbiton - pub details

Harts Boatyard
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Address: Portsmouth Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 4ES [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2959) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Surbiton (0.5 miles), Thames Ditton (1.1 miles), Kingston (1.3 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 72 users)
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Great views of the Thames. £4.45 for London Pride is bit pricey though.
Had to wait ages to be served despite only two other customers in the pub during my visit as barman was making himself a cappuccino.
In no hurry to go back.

southlondonbeero - 12 Nov 2016 12:43
went here a few times recently. found that the food was absolutely exceptional on the first occasion, then not quite as good the next couple of times. friendly staff and a very nice place in general. great view of the river. highly recommended.
garyt - 11 Oct 2011 19:15
What is it about people who feel compelled to whine!

All I have to say is that if there was any problem with the quality of food or the service I would be quite happy to accept that a venue such as this is popular and demanding for the operators because of its wonderful location. This website is becoming a haven for the pathologically dissatisfied.

We sat unbothered for an hour on one of their wonderful decked terraces overlooking the Thames and I had a couple of glasses of champagne and enjoyed the sunset and my two companions enjoyed well chilled draught Peroni.

Then when we could drag ourselves inside to eat we found ourselves sitting at a table with another fantastic upper view of the Thames.

The food was absolutely marvellous. I had the avocado starter which was wonderfully fresh with a fab dressing on the salad which I forgot to check the details of afterwards. Then I had the fillet steak and my companions had pasta and rack of lamb. We were bowled over with the quality of the presentation and the skill of the chef this was better quality food than a highly recommended French restaurant we went to last week.

We were the last to leave the restaurant area but we had not finished our wine so we took it down to yet another level of the restaurant with lovely comfy bucket seats and finished our debate and our wine in comfort in yet more beautiful surroundings with many other customers who looked as reluctant to leave as we were.

For goodness sake people learn to enjoy yourselves when you get the chance to do so in this type of venue. Take it in your stride when you encounter some of the inconvenience that will inevitably arise when you visit such a wonderful spot and celebrate the beauty rather than celebrating a chance to snipe!

Dinsey101 - 17 Jul 2010 18:58
Ate here with a family of 7 on Saturday. The food was lovely, quite big portions and fast service as well, the Seabass was very nice, as were the lamb kebabs as a starter. The drinks occcasionally took a while to come to us, and the Amstel on tap wasn't looking particulaly lively but i have no other complaints, didn't think it was too pricey either, especially considering the location and was no more expensive than any other decent restaurant.
FishCFC - 13 Jul 2010 21:49
Location - fantastic (if the sun's shining)

Food - good, although pricey

Beer - Not too shabby, price is about the going rate for the area, ie. expensive.

Clientelle - Generally a good mix, I've never seen any chavs and/or pikeys here.

Service - terrible. Friendly, but there's just not enough people behind the bar.

In summary, well worth a look, just be prepared to queue at the bar.
The_Loveable_Rogue - 17 Jun 2010 15:51

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