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The White Hart, Flitton - pub details

White Hart
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Address: Brook Lane, Flitton, Bedfordshire, MK45 5EJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31586) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Flitwick (1.8 miles), Harlington (4 miles), Millbrook - Bedfordshire (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 4 users)
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Jolly Coopers, Wardhedges (0.5 miles), Compasses, Greenfield (0.8 miles), Old Bell, Greenfield (0.8 miles), Cross Keys, Pulloxhill (1.1 miles), Dog and Badger, Maulden (1.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the White Hart, Flitton

please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.

In response to marting007- You find it amusing that I a 20 year old university student who appreciates pubs, has the ability and desire to use the internet to review pubs??? Frankly I find it amusing that people can review a 'pub' based on the standard of its cappuccino amusing, its meant to be a pub, not starbucks.

This is a pub review site. This establishment is not a pub. It is a restaurant situated in a village masquerading as a pub. That was what I was pointing out to the thousands of pub fans who use this site as a guide to find nice pubs in the area.

If you want to be ripped off for your pretentious food, and sip cappuccino from a leather armchair situated on laminate flooring, yes this is the establishment for you.

If you want a pub, with a pub atmosphere and sensibly priced non rip off food I would choose somewhere else.
hatter90 - 10 Oct 2010 17:02
I found this place on Google Earth looking for a quiet-looking village pub in the Shefford area that might do food. My wife and I went there on a Saturday evening; the place was quite full, including the bar, which we prefer. The bar is separate from the restaurant. The food was excellent and suitably priced and you can order wine by the glass from most of the bottles on offer at sensible prices. If you like steak the way the French do it then order steak! Mine was superb. Their cappuccino was so good I had another one! The staff were all friendly.

This is not a traditional village pub and does not pretend to be. The romance of a traditional village pub is alive but the pubs themselves are becoming more rare these days given supermarket competition and significant change in domestic culture. And a change in products. 'hatter90's review does not appreciate these. I find it amusing that a fan of tradition and the village pub posts a review on a worldwide, state-of-the-art noticeboard.
marting007 - 10 Aug 2010 21:52
Yet another pub that has fallen pray to a landlord with pound signs for eyes. This is no longer a 'pub' as it advertises on the sign it is a bar/restaurant, so it is therefore geared to fleecing people out of money through selling overpriced average food. The interior decoration is one of the first key signs that this has ceased to be a village pub and progressed fully to gastrohell as it resembles the home furnishing department of Debenhams. Somewhat surprisingly for an establishment so devoid of character and traditionalism it did at least visit carry 2 real ales, (Spitfire + B&T 2 Brewers), but this does not go near far enough to redeem what otherwise had the potential location/building/garden to be a pleasant country pub. We attempted to visit having seen on here that it served real ale, did food and had a garden and an 8/10. We arrived to a neglected garden area, the aforementioned horrific modernist nightmare decoration and to be told they didn't do sandwiches only (overpriced) lunches . Nowhere near worthy of the high rating it has on here.
hatter90 - 11 Jul 2010 15:43
Went in on a sunday lunchtime, very quiet for some reason. Found service was good and food reason. May go again.
IMG1975 - 19 Oct 2008 00:10

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