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The Star, Haywards Heath

Pub has been refurbished but still lacking in any sense of welcome or good service.
Visited for lunch on Mother's Day, which is a day that you'd expect pubs to be rammed with Mother's enjoying their special lunches but this was half empty.
One barmaid serving and she is a bit on the miserable side.
Burger and pint deal is well priced but some clientele are a mixed bunch, especially the old geezers who think it's acceptable to swear loudly.
Can't wait for the Dark Star pub to open up in the Broadway and have somewhere decent to drink!

6 Mar 2016 19:15

Seven Stars, Brighton

Visited on Saturday evening as one of the pubs on a bit of a crawl through Brighton.
First thing that we noticed on entering the pub was an aroma of vomit - not nice at all!
We ordered at the bar and found a seat at the back of the pub, as it was very busy, but the smell was quite overpowering all through the pub resulting in us downing our pints rather quickly and leaving for a pub with more of a pleasant aroma.
Cracking bit of stuff behind the bar though - it looked like Telly Savalas and Yul Brynner were having a bit of a party under her rather skimpy vest top!
Due to the smell will have to give quite a low score and probably won't rush back in a hurry.

2 Dec 2013 12:56

Trevor Arms, Glynde

Visited on a chilly Friday evening last week. First time we've been here since it was taken over and refurbished and were attracted by the food advertised on the website.
It is a large pub with an almost cavernous main bar, but a good selection of ale and cider on tap.
We sat in the 'restaurant' area furthest from the bar which was rather dimly lit and although the pub wasn't cold it wasn't really that warm either. Disappointing to notice at least three open fires that were completely empty and void of a nice roaring fire.
The food however was excellent. We both had the Steak & Ale pie and both agreed that it was the best pie we have had in a pub for a very long time. Proper shortcrust pastry all round, none of this puff pastry rubbish on top of a ceramic dish that other pubs offer these days! The filling was tender, moist and the gravy was delicious. Accompanied with greens and a bowl of chips that were piping hot and plentiful. At under £10 each they were a bargain and we shall certainly revisit to try other pies and the other items they offer on the menu.
Agree with other posters that is lacking a bit in atmosphere but roaring fires would certainly add to the appeal of this pub.

2 Dec 2013 12:47

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