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Ounce & Ivy Bush, East Grinstead - pub details

Address: The Atrium, King Street, East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 3DJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 9899) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations East Grinstead (0.4 miles), Dormans (2.1 miles), Lingfield (3.7 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 5.0/10 (rated by 10 users)
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user reviews of Ounce & Ivy Bush, East Grinstead

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Regular user of this wetherspoons branch, always has a great selection of ale. Staff are very welcoming and polite, which is a rare trait in pubs these days. We usually swear clear of spoons food but have found this beach to be exceptional, we pay little and receive quality and service as if we are paying a lot. Defiantly worth a visit
Dannyboy87 - 14 Apr 2014 17:25
Bit of a plain wetherspoons with no character and not much atmosphere BUT the beer was excellent. On 11/01/14 were Long Man brewery Old Man, Arundel Old Ale and a newie from Hogs Back. Well done manager.
Steamer1 - 11 Jan 2014 20:57
I'm not a Wetherspoon fan but this pub exceeded expectations. Amazing variety of Surrey Hills ales along with Doom Bar and a good choice of cider on pumps. The Ranmore was amazing. Probably the best Wetherspoon's I've ever been too
lolo9801 - 9 Apr 2013 17:56
typical spoons.
food bland,dont even bother trying to get a pint after 8 on a friday or saturday-20 deep at the bar.
breakfast bearable when you manage to catch a day when a cacophony of mothers with babies havent nested in there.
1dave - 31 Oct 2009 17:42
A Wetherspoons housed in the ground floor of a modern cinema complex isn�t the most endearing image and to be honest, this isn�t one of the chains more appealing branches. The pub name is one of the more interesting aspects, an Ounce apparently being a Wild Cat and and the Ivy Bush being the symbol of (don�t laugh at this point) a high class Inn. Throw in a few bits about an old pub and the Sackville Coat of Arms and you get probably the most convoluted pub name in the country. Who said a trip to Wetherspoons wasn�t educational! The interior feels very closed in and a mass of ugly air conditioning pipes hovering below the lowish ceilings hardly adds to the aesthetics. Despite having areas of raised seating and lounge bits in from of bookcases it all feels very open and lacking any intimacy. The only draw is the usual run of beers, ales and food which are all trademark Wetherspoons but the lack of ambience and such dull surroundings probably aren�t enough to warrant any second visits from me in the near future.
RogerB - 19 Sep 2009 09:33

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