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Railway Tavern, Stanford le Hope - pub details

Address: King Street, Stanford le Hope, Essex, SS17 0HL [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Stanford-le-hope (0.1 miles), Laindon (3.9 miles), Basildon (4.2 miles)

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user reviews of Railway Tavern, Stanford le Hope

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This is my first visit since I posted a review on 17 Feb 2014 and I’m not surprised that no-one has posted a review since!

No change to this pub since my last visit, they still have no real ale on cask, Worthington Cream Flow on keg, Guinness and the usual lagers….with such poor choice I opted for a refreshing pint of Strongbow, for the 2nd time today.

We came in on Bank Holiday Monday purely to watch the football, there were only a dozen or so punters in all of which were locals.

Not a great pub but it serves a purpose.
lezford - 2 Jun 2016 14:51
After a couple of decent pints in the Rising Sun and with a wait for a taxi of around 15 minutes, a group of us popped into The Railway for a "quick one".

The first thing that greeted us as we entered was all the locals turning around from the bar and having a nose....not that this was a problem, then the bizarre Greek landlord appeared like a Duracell bunny and quickly run through the order of drinks in an extremely manic way, while constantly moving...very strange!

Now to the beer, there were 2 bitters on gravity but nothing on hand pull...., though the John Smith's Smooth was currently off so in fact all there was Worthington Cream the name suggests it was very creamy and very cold...but was drinkable.

This pub is huge and it appears that most of it is currently unused, unsure for what reason.

If you like fizzy lager and maybe the occasional nutter talking to you then this pub is perfect, however if you want decent ale in a nice relaxed atmosphere head to The Rising Sun.
lezford - 17 Feb 2014 09:24

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