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Kings Arms, Lockerley

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Very nice country pub, beautiful building. Well kept ales and very friendly staff. Food was nice if a little pricey. Unique "dining pods" are also being developed. Traditional pub with modern touches. Spot on.
clan4 - 4 Jan 2012 14:23
This pub has now been completely refurbished and looks great. We went for lunch on a friends recommendation. On arrival we were welcomed by the very friendly staff and left to sit and enjoy a couple of drinks in the bar area and not rushed to our seat for food. The food was fantastic, chicken liver parfait to start and a wonderful Pidgeon breast salad with black pudding and beetroot for main - both cooked to perfection. We later learned the chef (Tim Futter) was of The Black Boy / Chesil Rectory fame in Winchester - this was our favourite place to eat until he moved on. Glad we have found him again and a table for dinner is now booked - we can't wait!. Excellent beer too.
tedp - 21 Feb 2011 15:41
The Kings Arms has now been taken over and refurbished. It has a very warm feel, all the staff are pleasant. We are serving a classic British menu accompanied by some highly praised beer and also a very impressive wine list.
paulie1 - 15 Dec 2010 16:32
Pub now boarded up!! Inevitable really. Wonder where the 'dross' is drinking now?? lol!!!!
wolvesfan - 3 Aug 2010 13:38
Pub has changed hands. Visited one night and it was like the wild west. Best avoided.
wolvesfan - 8 Sep 2009 09:10
Lovely little Pub with friendly locals. Is Bill still around?
tottonfemale40 - 1 Mar 2007 21:23

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