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The Three Legged Cross, Warfield - pub details

Three Legged Cross

Address: Forest Road, Warfield, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG42 6AE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31191) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bracknell (1.6 miles), Martins Heron (2.1 miles), Ascot (3.9 miles)

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Now an Indian restaurant.
Overdonethe6x - 6 Aug 2014 21:57
First visit since this pub has changed hands. Not much change on the surface but the interior is less dark. The food (Valentine's special) was excellent - the menu looked a bit odd but it was perfectly put together and execptionally tasty.

Beer range - London pride and Tribute is disappointing. The Tribute was OK, nothing more. For a pub that supports local producers for the food, it is extremely disappointing they can't support a local brewer, when there are so many now available.
metrology_man - 15 Feb 2012 08:35
Pretentious nonsense.
daivdworries - 22 Jan 2011 03:42
Still very good but now selling local beers: Ascot Ales. Excellent news!
metrology_man - 23 Dec 2010 14:40
It has much changed since it was a tiny smoky pub. The regulars (non-bikers) appear to be coming back, and the Monday evening opening without food seems to be gaining popularity. At least it has survived as a pub, and not been demolished like so many other 500 year old watering holes.
The St Edmunds IS real ale, and is brewed to be served cooler than normal. The Greene King IPA is OK, but I gather that it will be replaced by a Summer Ale soon.
They do up market Bar Snacks that compliment most drinks. These dont make the beer go flat like eating crisps does.
The Aspall cider makes a welcome change from fizzy Stongbow, as does the Peroni larger from the ubiquitous Wife Beater.

andrewg - 7 Jul 2010 00:20

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