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The Old Thatch, Stapehill

Played in here the other night,cracking pint of Fourtyniner at 2:95,are you watching Jamie.....2:95 and they've got carpets on the floor!

20 Dec 2009 19:54

The Curlew, Bournemouth

Well we paid our annual visit to our local,we only live over the road,and despite it being a mid week lunchtime it was pretty busy.
The wife picked the only thing on the menu that was un-available,still despite the omens we stuck to our task,well we had walked all the way over there,and with her changed order we sat and watched the world go by,,,,,
My steak+fries were OK,nothing special but what do you expect from a place relying on Brake's version of haute cuisine,no it was the wifes fish that arrived with the wrong sauce that let the place down.
To be fair they offered her a free pud+coffee after explaining they were so busy the guy operating the micro-wave got confused.
Still despite the expected glitch the beer was grand just like an ale should be and at 2:90 a throw pretty good value.
I might even go over for the odd pint or three unless folk taking up a table just for a beer+a yap instead of eating is frowned upon then maybe i'll order a sarnie which looked pretty good as they passed by our table.

1 Nov 2009 21:15

The Avon Causeway Inn, Hurn

Not been there for a while so when some friends asked us out for a bite to eat suggested The Causeway as its half way between us.
We arrived 7.50 Bank Holiday Saturday got some drinks and went out into the garden for a yap.At 8.20 ish refreshed our drinks and collected menus.As we were deciding on what to have a young waitress casually informed us that food was no longer being served as they had a function on and the kitchen couldnt cope with both.
There were no signs and nobody mentioned this fact as we collected both our drinks and menu's.
It was half eight on Saturday night for gods sake too late to find another pub for dinner so we settled for an Indian and very nice it was although they didnt serve real ale ho hum.
Dont think we shall try The Causeway again just in case their to busy to cook four meals on top of the crowded railway coach of "Special" customers.
Pity really as the food looked ok+the selection of ales seemed well kept.

27 Aug 2007 18:00

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