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Prince Of Wales, Didcot - pub details

Prince Of Wales
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Address: 113 Station Road, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 7NN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9793) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Didcot Parkway (0.1 miles), Appleford (2.1 miles), Culham (3.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 21 users)
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Popped into this pub as it was across the road from the train station and I was a bit peckish (and obviously thirsty). Lovely spacious pub with a great selection of drinks and food. Had the prime rump and it was cooked to perfection. The staff were really friendly and chatty. Lad there serving was covered in some awesome tattoos and happily told me about them. I’d recommend this pub to anyone who has got a spare hour while waiting for a train at Didcot Parkway Station.
BevvyBri - 27 Feb 2022 17:54
In terms of layout and wet and dry offerings, not greatly divorced from the ubiquitous Brewers Fayre/Chef & Brewer/Meat & Eat/Sizzling (et al) chains that are dotted around this area of Oxfordshire. Although I didn't partake, four ales were on, and not all from the GK roster, although, as mentioned below, my 'pint' of Diet Coke also failed to reach the brim, even with the inclusion of ice. The Gents were another let-down with no lock on the cubicle and a glaring trip hazard walking out. Ostensibly a station bar, it would be good to see the South of the country attempt to mirror the North and provide some quality in terms of its offerings to thirsty railgoers.
Komakino - 25 Nov 2014 00:56
Reviewing this place again because standards have regressed albeit not quite to the level of the mid noughties. having been told that a pint of coke filled not quite to the brim nonetheless constituted a full pint because no ice was included, our barman proceeded to jettison empty bottles across the bar into the bin, all making for a series of horrendous crashes. The crimes don't end there - the beer is kept appallingly and presumably gunge infested pipes could be the reason for the always icky flavours. A vegetarian tart also burned a friend's mouth. Dire and representative of the terrible influence Greene King is wreaking on British pubdom.
BoehmBawerk - 13 Sep 2012 13:44
Been refurbished again, pool table seems to have gone, open all day, food all day, standard GK beers, still a good station waiting room.
Hodge1 - 9 Sep 2011 09:00
Large open plan GK pub opposite the station. IPA, Speckled Hen and a guest. Quality was OK but not special. Food menu looked to be excellent value although it wasn't sampled. Opens at 1000.

Worth dropping into if id Didcot but I wouldn't travel there specifically for it.
cheshirecat - 10 Aug 2011 08:41

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