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The Standard Inn, Rye - pub details

Standard Inn

Address: The Mint, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4523) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rye (0.1 miles), Winchelsea (1.9 miles)

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Possibly more of a restaurant than a pub although they had hood local ales on including an offering from the Three Legs Brewing Company. Food isn’t so cheap but we got round that by ordering starters and sides – great chips, cabbage, a crab hotpot and sourdough toast. The building, like almost everywhere in Rye, is pleasant indeed.
BoehmBawerk - 8 Feb 2022 18:58
Three or four local ales on, in good condition. It's on the high street so seemed busy with tourists and families. Staff were efficient but it didn't feel much like a "local".
Nice enough place, fairly smart, decent food and still fine to have a beer and not eat. (I was on holiday myself so can't comment on how it used to be back in the day!)
JonRambo - 21 Feb 2018 13:10
The Standard has has undergone a major refurb and now offers B&B.

When we visited on a Sunday afternoon, the place was packed, with what looked like a few regulars at the bar, a handful of dogs and a lot of families eating. Food is now a big feature of in the Pub and what I saw looked good prices seemed sensible (for Rye) too. I had just the one pint of Farmers ale as there was nowhere to sit or for that matter stand, without having to move and let people by. The Farmers Ale (which I hadn't had before) was fresh tasting and well kept. A nice pint and it was selling well.

The refurb is of a high quality its an attractive place, if a little formulaic but I do miss the old Standard and its eccentric clientele. It was dark, grubby but had a character you just don't find anymore.
Gramsci - 16 Feb 2015 10:54
This place used to be the heart of Rye, but the Landlord has moved on. Shame.
Buckhurstboy - 1 May 2013 11:29
Really nice pub with good beer and good food. I had mussels and a pint of Hastings Best. We were going to stay in the Ship, but that is definitely overrated - more like a restaurant with the usual w*****s you get in pubs like that. There is also a lovely beer garden out the back, but the weather was a bit off to enjoy it.
daveid - 11 Jun 2012 13:29

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