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The Crown and Cushion, Blackwater - pub details

Crown and Cushion

Address: Minley Road, Blackwater, Camberley, Surrey, GU17 9UA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7235) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Fleet (1.9 miles), Blackwater (2.2 miles), Farnborough (2.3 miles)

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Dropped in on Sunday lunchtime to check out the new owners. Very polite and friendly service. Really enjoyed the food - plentiful and good value. The pub is lovely and particularly enjoyed the abundant outdoor space on a nice day (some overlooking the cricket ground). The separate function room is AMAZING - would love to hold a party there. All round great value in a lovely setting. Would definately go again and recommend.
dixiedebs - 10 Jul 2013 14:07
WONDERFUL!! Fodd excellent, staff friendly and the Pub its self if beautiful. Also there is an events room which is just sunning, all original stone floors and a cricket pitch next door for those summer drinks.

We will be coming here again and again!
OLLIEM - 6 Jan 2013 08:37
A fairly traditional pub with lots of internal seating and even more outside. Beer is Shepherd Neame - we tried Bishop's Finger and Spitfire and both were fine. Staff were efficient and friendly.

A wide choice of food available. Two of us went for the Ridiculous Burger - a well filled burger with cheese, pickle, etc - but why ridiculous I couldn't tell you. The other two of us went for the Haddock and chips - served on a long thin plate on what appeared to be greaseproof paper.

All in all a pleasant lunchtime stop.
ramblethenlunch - 6 Jul 2012 11:07
Cracking pub which I have been to on many a lunchtime (best pub close to the office). The home-made burgers are superb and ales are excellent.
Also has a an outdoor seating area for the summer months which looks across a cricket green.
mcstu74 - 4 Jul 2011 15:31
Oh dear how standards have fallen.!!!!
The only thing that is consistent is the bad manners from the landlady.
Not sure if chefs have moved on, but food quality has fallen.
Will not use this pub again as prices high and standards low.
critic4u - 28 Mar 2010 10:45

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