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The Harrow Inn, Warlingham - pub details

Address: 309 Farleigh Road, Warlingham, Surrey, CR6 9EL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6761) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Upper Warlingham (1.7 miles), Whyteleafe (1.8 miles), Whyteleafe South (1.8 miles)

Chain: Vintage Inns

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> Current user rating: 4.3/10 (rated by 24 users)
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Now a Vintage Inn with their standard menu which is fine. It certainly is an improvemt over the burnt offering we had before.
tinplatetony - 27 Nov 2015 16:52
Great pub to stop off if you're cycling the Surrey Cycle Way. To be honest it's nothing too special. It does typical pub grub, but I have not sampled it. The ale is fine. Normally three or four to choose from. Pub tends to be on the quiet side. There is a big beer garden which is great for the summer.
julesbaby - 18 Dec 2013 11:04
The Harrow used to be a bit crap. The food wasn't good, the atmosphere was non existent and the place was generally a bit run down. But it has now been refurbished. Nicely done too. They've managed to keep the old style of the building without making it look too modern. They also have a new chef which means the food is of good quality and reasonably priced. Real ales are a bit sparse but lagers are in the forms of Staropramen, Stella, Amstel and Carling, and are always crisp. Staff are nice and friendly too and there's no "locals only" feel which is nice. It feels cosy in there with log fires roaring away. I like it. And i'm placing it above the nearby White Bear which is slowly descending into pub oblivion.
Cakenhoff - 2 Apr 2013 18:15
Scores out of 5
Beers on offer 3 - Beer quality 3* - Full pint? 3* - Service 0 - Clientele 2
Garden & view 3* - Welcome & staff 1 - Parking 4 - Toilets 3* - Comfort 3*
TOTAL 24 out of 50 OVERALL RATING 21 to 25 = 5

Comment: We were looking for a nice Sunday lunchtime pint & this looked like a nice pub and it had a Cask Marque. Inside the pub every corner was filled with diners hunched over bar tables with 4 people at the bar with only one person serving. 3 hand pumps but one beer was off and only Doombar and London Pride were on offer. After waiting 10 minutes and with 3 people still in the queue we left. The 3* are a base line estimate. I will try here again. Ho Hum off to Outwood for a beer then.

Thirstyworker - 25 Jun 2012 08:42
Very poor experience last Friday when I attended for lunch at midday. The place was cold as there was no central heating on (perhaps it was broken). Several of us complained but there was no explanation. The bloke in charge then proceede to light a fire (that should have been lit at least an hour earlier).
So establishment felt cold and unwelcoming. We ordered three hot starter between the two of us. They came quickly but two were just tepid and the stuffed peppers were stone cold and uncooked. All dishes were presented on stone cold plates as is usual in Vintage Inns.
After complaining, the food was then re-issued piping hot. We didn't bother with desserts but just had coffee.
All in all a lousy managed example of a Vintage Inn. I have complained to the head office but shan't be going there again.
Utter incompetence.
HHGTTG - 5 Nov 2011 18:00

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