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The Talbot Inn, Much Wenlock - pub details

Talbot Inn

Address: High Street, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, TF13 6AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32111) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 8 users)
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George and Dragon, Much Wenlock (0.0 miles), Gaskell Arms Hotel, Much Wenlock (0.1 miles), Plume of Feathers, Harley (1.9 miles)

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Nothing has changed here since my last review apart from the range of ales. A good Salopian Shropshire Gold was £4 a pint last Saturday lunchtime with Wye Valley HPA being the same price and Butty Bach 10p more. 4 people queuing at the bar meant that the landlady needed to call for assistance as it was "manic".
paul_d102 - 17 May 2023 08:28
Not as big as it first seems with the dining area at the front of the pub and a few solitary tables in the other part. Initially dismayed to find only Doom Bar and Black Sheep Special Ale on sale, the quality of the latter almost took me back to a weekend in Masham - an accolade indeed. Food was plentiful and well-priced at just £11.95 for a 2-course Sunday lunch. But how are they allowed to operate with the only handbasin/dryer in the Gents actually being inside the solitary cubicle?
paul_d102 - 2 Jun 2019 18:05
Good to find an unusual local brew available from Big Shed Brewery. Other real ale was Bass.
Rocky53 - 25 Aug 2015 07:19
All I can say about this pub is, in my opinion, EXCELLENT. The beer is always good and the greeting is always friendly.
wolvesfan - 24 Jan 2011 14:18
Visit Much Wenlock once or twice a yearand this pub is usually the first port of call due to being able to sit out in the courtyard for the first pint. This Saturday was raucus as the cricket team appeared to be celebrating and getting ready to head off somewhere more clubby. Sampled Skinners Hunny Bunny and the Bass, both well kept but prefered the Bass.

Calling back in at the end of the night it had settled back down to a nice relaxed country pub feel probably the best place to end the night in Much Wenlock.

The pub is quite diney particularly at the front but spreads through to the back at peak times and the poor waiters have to negotiate throught the room at the back and passed the bar to serve most of the meals. Can't speak for the food but it seems popular. The pub is or was Egon Ronay commended. They are now selling ready made sandwiches for the locals that choose not to dine, cricket teams etc.

The bad bit is I once saw the landlady fire a menber of staff, don't know if he deserved it, probably did from what I overheard, but that was not the point. The point was he was fired in front of me at a time picked by the landlady who must have been watching too much Gordon Ramsay for style and language tips. He should have been fired in private for everyones sake. It spoiled my night and I missed this pub out for a couple of visits to Much Wenlock.
Wirral_RealAlians - 18 Apr 2010 21:10

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