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The Victoria Arms, Binfield - pub details

Address: Terrace Road North, Binfield, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG42 5JA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7146) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bracknell (2.4 miles), Wokingham (3 miles), Martins Heron (3.5 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 18 users)
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Royal Standard, Binfield (0.2 miles), Jack O'Newbury, Binfield (0.4 miles), Stag and Hounds, Binfield (0.4 miles), Warren House Inn, Binfield (1.3 miles), Bridge, Bracknell (1.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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The landlord is leaving...... pity he was very good. Two weeks ago there was a serious problem with the drains and the whole place reeked of sewage....... I left very quickly; shame.
HRDTriumph - 30 Jul 2014 08:04
Jim and his boyfriend Mick along with his team have worked well to create a first class locals'pub that is also welcoming to visitors.

The beer is well kept, particularly the London Pride, and the food very good - if a little pricey. Greedy Fullers for you!
AndyFraser - 11 Jun 2013 18:19
I am not a big fan of Fullers beer but normally there is a good guest beer on. This place does well because it's the only place within miles where you can drink decent beer and watch sport.
The downsides are: it is ridiculously expensive and some of the cliquey locals are the rudest, most arrogant people you could possibly hope to barge into you without apologising. It's their pub their doing you a favor allowing you in.
leonmejico - 17 Apr 2013 01:19
Fullers pub on the main drag through Binfield. This was the busiest of the 9 pubs we tried today, with all tables taken in the cosy interior and all also taken on the outdoor patio where a jazz band was performing and there was also a barbecue. The garden also featured a large proportion of dogs and children. ESB, London Pride, HSB & Discovery were the 4 ales on offer. A pleasant pub. But without the variety of ales stocked by the superior Jack o'Newbury down the road.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Aug 2011 19:50
This pub has always been good with an excellent, well-kept range of Fullers ales. However, last Sunday we went there for Sunday lunch and although the beers and service were as good as always, the meal itself was very disappointing.

It was much smaller than the Sunday roasts we've been used to during previous visits (only 2 roast potatoes and a Yorkshire Pudding half the size of what they used to serve up!). All of our party commented on how the portions had got a lot smaller and for �8.95 each we felt that this represented pretty bad value for money.
Whilst we were eating we had Formula One racing coming from one side of the pub and Rugby commentary coming from the other. ( I'm afraid that this pub has not escaped the general obsession with TV everywhere nowadays).

All in all a very disappointing Sunday pub lunch - completely different to what we've been used to. Hopefully this was just an "off" day and we'll find out next visit more satisfying.
foodman - 31 May 2011 20:33

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