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The Estcourt Tavern, Watford - pub details

Estcourt Tavern

Address: 25 Estcourt Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 2PY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17352) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Watford Junction (0.3 miles), Watford High Street (0.6 miles), Bushey (1.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 23 users)
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Greene King corner pub that was beginning to empty out prior to a Watford game. Although there were still a few people left watching the rugby. The 3 ales were Greene King IPA & Mighty Moose IPA & Hogsback TEA. A very swift visit for me. But I might try to return when much more sober.
blue_scrumpy - 25 Feb 2018 11:49
After 5 bars on The Parade it was a delight to find something approximating to a real pub which served bitter on a handpump. It's been refurbished recently and is quite smart. I had a pint of Tribute which was OK and there were two other real ales on. The seating was comfortable, and the footy was on at a low volume so we could actually talk to each other. The breakfast at 3.95 looked cracking value. This is one of the few establishments in Watford I would recommend.
Number11 - 14 Dec 2014 22:24
Popped in on our way back to The Junction. Not our normal pub, but Druids looked like it was open again, but packed and very noisy so we tried the Estcourt Tavern. This was an inspired choice as there was a band on and the old fashioned local pub feel where strangers can appear but don't feel threatened. Bar staff were excellent and very efficient. Good prices too - pint of Belhaven and a medium glass of Pino Grigio was £5.90 and my missus liked the wine, served as it should be cold and in a clean glass.
Didn't try the food but it looked good value.
Mr_ESB_Harry - 23 Feb 2014 09:37
Tyical Greene King that is tied. Abbots, IPA and a guest (normally Fireside) if your lucky. Typical Greene King pub grub done well. Staff are always welcoming. Sport on to but not in your face if you want a quiet meal/pint. Like the decor too, mix of comfort and bar style furnishings. One of my usuals.
busker999 - 6 Jun 2012 19:44
Called in recently and enjoyed a pint of Hook Norton gold. The pub was busy with a football match being watched by most of the clientele. It's a perfectly nice place to be although I am not very keen on Greene King's policies as a company - Ruddles used to be my local brewery and the beers brewed under the Ruddles brand are nothing like those from the unfortunate original brewery.
Stamfordian - 21 Nov 2011 11:31

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