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The Star, Haywards Heath - pub details

Address: 1 The Broadway, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 3AQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4097) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Haywards Heath (0.4 miles), Wivelsfield (2.7 miles), Burgess Hill (3.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 24 users)
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Pub has been refurbished but still lacking in any sense of welcome or good service.
Visited for lunch on Mother's Day, which is a day that you'd expect pubs to be rammed with Mother's enjoying their special lunches but this was half empty.
One barmaid serving and she is a bit on the miserable side.
Burger and pint deal is well priced but some clientele are a mixed bunch, especially the old geezers who think it's acceptable to swear loudly.
Can't wait for the Dark Star pub to open up in the Broadway and have somewhere decent to drink!
chunkypetersplat - 6 Mar 2016 19:15
A great post by Chimpboy!

I popped in last Thursday for a quick beer, not my home town so hadn't been in for a while, it used to be my "work" pub but that was prior to the Greene King makeover, bring back the Flowers Original!

Anyway, Greene King IPA and Darkstar Hophead were on. I do like my beer darker, so poor old Hophead is about as far away from beer as I want to be, but cater for all. Then there was Abbot, playing for a cricket club sponsored by GK I can try that regularly anyway.

So, I was left with Timothy Taylor's Landlord, never been a favourite but that said, nothing wrong with it either.... BUT, hang on, this looks rather pale, could it be their Golden Ale with the wrong clip? What's the point of that and Hophead both being on...? Then the most miserable barmaid just about mumbled £3.85, if you are asking that for it, at least have the good grace to smile!

Haywards Heath has stacks of bars, but not many good pubs, this used to be my choice of them all, I would certainly now choose the improved Burrell over this one!
Ade.The.Raider - 17 Mar 2015 15:56
Decent beer at good prices -- Hophead is on, and nothing seems to be over £r3.50. The interior is neither cramped not barn like, neither fussily olde-world nor starkly modern. I have always considered this one of the better bets in a not particularly great town for pubs.
Uncle_Dunkel - 23 Jul 2013 16:39
It's on the slide, uncollected glasses, sticky surfaces, bucket collecting drips in the gents, tatty signs warning of loose toilet seats in ladies.
c_and_j - 9 Sep 2012 21:00
This is a Greene King pub, so don't expect a friendly welcome, or indeed any sign that the manager takes any pride in the pub. Since a makeover a couple of years ago the bar area does have a slightly more spacious feel, which is important as this pub was designed by an idiot. There's a lot to be said for the fact that this place is not any of the moronic bars further down the street; and there's no other decent pub in the town centre, so you're kind of stuck if you don't want to brush shoulders with a gel-encrusted ape.
chimpboy - 30 Aug 2012 13:32

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