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The Shoulder of Mutton, Hartley Wintney - pub details

Address: Hazeley Heath, Hartley Wintney, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 8NB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31857) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Winchfield (3.4 miles), Hook (3.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 11 users)
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New Inn, Hook (1.3 miles), Leather Bottle, Hook (1.3 miles), Hatchgate, Hook (1.3 miles)

user reviews of the Shoulder of Mutton, Hartley Wintney

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Went to this pub Monday evening, with a very large group 40 plus in number. The Fullers London Pride was off and pints had already been returned. Despite this they carried on serving it believing that we could not tell the difference between beer and vinegar. The alternative Doombar was only just edible. If you like beer this is not the pub for you.
Pathpounder - 11 Aug 2015 09:08
Superb. Been here twice now and impressed both times. Traditional with log fire, complete with dog asleep in front of it. Walls adorned with old photos and amusing nick-nacks. Were only 2 ales on though. Resolute, which I had and which was more than acceptable, although slightly on the cold side and an Adnams (I think). I had some pheasant, which was delicious. 5 other members of my party similarly impressed with both food and pub. Cows at bottom of garden who stare at you when you walk down there. Smell in the car park a little overbearing
Well worth the trip. Thoroughly recommended and service 1st class
johnwarkstache - 22 Dec 2012 13:19
nice little pub tucked away with the back garden literally looking out onto fields full of cows. Inside was quirky with low ceilings. Food looked ok (not sampled) and ales on tap were TEA, Bombardier and Broadside. Both tasted fine to me, maybe on the chilly side....but they were a bit on the cloudy side. 3.50 a pint.....not too bad. Would visit again if in the area, but wouldn't go out of my way....closed between lunch and evenings...opening at 6pm..
d.franks - 9 May 2012 18:49
Nice old pub in a lovely location, tucked away off the main road with ample car parking to the side and well kept garden to the rear. We visited for a family lunch on a bank holiday Monday and found the staff courteous enough (we did catch the barman taking a swig of mineral water directly from a bottle before serving it to another customer, wich did seem strange!) The meals were served promptly with generous portions of meat but were let down by the soft and soggy roast potatoes and vegetables. The keg beers were OK but the two real ales on tap (TEA and Bombardier) both had a slightly chemical taste. The barman replaced the beer when we mentioned it to him, but the second pint was not much better. The pub was less than half full on a sunny bank holiday, which perhaps suggests that both food and ale could be better.
Tony_Wilson - 3 May 2010 22:20
Popped in here yesterday after a 7 mile walk with wife and dogs.
Very pleased with this pub. Staff were welcoming and helpful. Hogs Back TEA was in very good condition. Liver and bacon was well cooked and good value. Will definitely be back. Nice log fire burning away. A good old-fashioned, unpretentious pub.
Worth a visit.
rg12bee - 3 Apr 2010 15:36

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