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White Swan, Ockbrook

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The White Swan was my third pub in Ockbrook after the Royal Oak and the Cross Keys. The latter is not yet listed on the site. The White Swan was probably the poorest of the three. But that doesn't make it a bad pub. The other two simply had better ale choices. The White Swan had Marstons Pedigree, Shepherd Neame Spitfire, Portobello Market Porter & Adnams Ghost Ship. Only a couple of other customers were in. But it doesn't open until 4pm on weekdays. There are 3 rooms. The smallest room in the middle is the bar. The other two appear to be for food. Not a bad pub and certainly worth trying in combination with the other pubs in this village.
blue_scrumpy - 14 Feb 2017 21:42
went for Sunday lunch which was very good. child friendly enough. Beer was excellent, can't remember what I had. Spoilt by the music that was playing, even though, to be fair, it was not very loud. Not as good as the Royal Oak but few places are. all in all 8/10
ben23699 - 3 Dec 2015 21:33
Booked a family meal here last Sunday; it started off with 10 family members & ended up with 14 + 1 baby. We were probably a larger party than normal and 2 of our family got lost so ended up arriving 30 mins late. This didn't phase the staff our food was still piping hot & very tasty. We'll defo be back if they'll have us :-)
lillyilly - 30 Jan 2013 15:00
Second visit. Lunchtime. Excellent Marstons Pedigree plus other good beers available. Sensibly chosen and priced food, more than adequate portions, tasted chef cooked. Chilli contained pieces of good beef, not mince. Licensee trying hard.
SPB - 21 Nov 2009 20:14
Brilliant drinkerie.
Jack_Carter - 18 Dec 2005 14:24
Superb village local, friendly atmosphere, large pub garden, good choice of ales, quizzes every second Tuesday, food available lunchtimes
Steve kenderdine - 31 Dec 2003 22:37

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