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The Plough Inn, St Asaph - pub details

Address: The Roe, St Asaph, Clwyd, LL17 0LU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40119) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Rhyl (4.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 3 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Swan Inn, St Asaph (0.1 miles), Kentigern Arms, St Asaph (0.2 miles), New Inn, St Asaph (0.3 miles), Bryn Dinas, St Asaph (0.4 miles)

user reviews of the Plough Inn, St Asaph

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In response to previous poster, the pub has not changed hands for about 15years, although bar managers come and go. The dress code is permissive during the day, and many of those milling around in shorts and vests were likely staff off duty. However, most Saturday nights seem to have doormen upholding the policy and sometimes charge for entry (when live music is playing). It can get VERY busy to the point of one-in-one-out policy in place on such nights.
Although lively on the weekend evenings and football matches (especially Liverpool), its usually pretty quiet and somewhat cosy next to the wood burning stove fireplace. Unlike in the past, there is now a good choice of local ales which are very well kept. Last time I was there, they were even selling Wrexham Lager!
Upstairs, as well as a restaurant, is a dedicated cocktail bar and the staff seem quite knowledgeable. Outside, there are patio heaters and picnic tables surrounding the building, giving adequate warmth and shelter for smokers. Definitely worth calling in for a quiet drink during the week, or a lively night at the weekend.
drappin - 19 Feb 2014 13:31
Dissappointed with this place. Had read a review in a guide book saying that the food was amazing so after a day out in the countryside we made sure we visited. Just walking in i thought it may not be all i was hoping for when i saw the huge great 'Sky Sports' banners. Once inside we were told that the resteraunt was closed but the food was still avaiable and the would be the same menu. Well, the food was pretty poor, barely average pub food but with a high price, all served in front of a great big screen showing the football.. i think that perhaps the oub had just changed hands as ther was a sign on the door about a dress code but people were wandering around in shorts and vests. Overall, good as pub, crap to eat in though.
conflictuk - 25 May 2010 12:59

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