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Horse and Jockey, Stanford in the Vale - pub details

Horse and Jockey
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Address: 25 Faringdon Road, Stanford in the Vale, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7 8NN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32818) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Brewery: Greene King

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of Horse and Jockey, Stanford in the Vale

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Been here several times over the past few months - great food, friendly staff, and friendly locals. Would recommend stopping for a bite to eat, but maybe not for families with kids.

The beer's not too bad either, some good bitters on tap. They have live bands some nights too.

Massive car park for the pub!

monkeybishop - 15 Apr 2010 08:48
Well, as it happens, I went for a drink here this afternoon, and they had two Morlands ales (Speckled Hen and Morland) and Brains' The Rev James as a guest ale! Delicious!
sloe_jane - 20 Jun 2009 21:03
The Horse and Jockey is a cheerful pub, with a reputation for a good standard of fairly reasonably priced food. When I pointed out the lack of vegetarian choices (there was only one option) the chap serving had a word with th chef and came up with another (and quite delicious) option. So I'd say, pretty good on that front.

As the previous reviewer says, the beer is standard Green King - mostly Morland badged, rather than GK. Since I don't much like anything Green King produce is leaves me a bit cold.
sloe_jane - 20 Jun 2009 15:18
Big olde-worlde country pub, intimidatingly imposing interior. Popped in for a swift one before heading home from a country drive a couple of Sundays back.

Place seemed to be a full-time crche - small children and their toys everywhere. Not to my liking, but great if you want family-friendly, I guess.

Ale-wise, standard GK fayre, my Morlands was OK.

A couple of punters made grumpy noises when I took a pic of the pub sign - thought they'd have better things to worry about, frankly, judging by the state of their boat races.

Found the place a bit like Paris - nice place, not keen on the natives. Wouldn't make an effort to return.
Quinno - 26 Mar 2008 23:38

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