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The Two Brewers Inn, Chipperfield - pub details

Address: The Common, Chipperfield, Kings Langley, Hertfordshire, WD4 9BS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29592) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Kings Langley (2.5 miles), Apsley (2.6 miles), Hemel Hempstead (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.1/10 (rated by 21 users)
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Large traditional pub overlooking the common which mainly caters for diners. However, there is a decent-sized area for drinkers. Four real ales were on offer and my pint of Redshank from the local Tring brewery was the best pint I had in the five venues visited last night. Bar staff were young an friendly. Well-heeled clientele from across the age groups. You would be happy to bring your mum here for lunch. The 3.9 average score awarded by the other reviewers is way too harsh. This is a pretty decent pub, although I didn't sample the food.
Number11 - 29 Mar 2015 10:20
Felt very underdressed when my wife, son and I dropped in yesterday. Everyone else was in their Sunday best - and they were also surprised that we hadn't reserved a table, despite it being 2.45pm.
Despite a sign I later saw in the toilets advertising tasting platters of ale, there were only two available - Old Golden Hen and Bombadier. Had a pint of the latter which was perfectly drinkable, as was my wife's red wine, although both pushing £4.
Food was good and arrived about as quickly as the drinks did. Enjoyed my pie (proper shortcrust pastry and not just meat in a casserole dish with a pastry topping) while my wife got half a cow after ordering the ribs. Bit pricier than your average pub grub, but I guess that's expected given the location.
Desserts were decent too, so no surprise that most of their trade seems to be from people eating.
Not somewhere I would adopt as a local just for a pint, though, because it would feel like drinking in a hotel restaurant.
duchyjim - 7 Apr 2014 09:08
Under new management but still the same, poor quality overcooked food served by staff that don't care. Been like this for years ever since Chef & Brewer were bought by Spirit and money was there only interest.
Pete48 - 16 Sep 2010 15:24
Under new management I'm told and vastly improved. Still the best spot on a summer's afternoon for miles around
spmartin - 13 Sep 2010 21:57
further to my earlier review, which was rather kind....
this pub is a horrid place,.
we took elderly father in law for lunch, which took 45 mins to appear with no appology, spent over 30 quid on inedible, overcooked and cold food. must have been burnt then hanging around the kitchen for ages, father in laws fried egg on burnt mixed grill was like rubber egg!!
My burger was cremated.,
hubbys chicken was cold inside hot outside yuck!!
wrote in to complain, as staff were inapproachably rude.
unsurprisingly no reply.,
crap pub, crap restaurant. shame on them,
lucywillow - 21 Jul 2010 12:19

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