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The Chequers, Hutton - pub details

Chequers

Address: 213, Rayleigh Rd, Hutton, Brentwood, Essex, CM13 1PJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19315) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Shenfield (1.1 miles), Brentwood (2.8 miles), Ingatestone (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.6/10 (rated by 5 users)
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Woodpecker, Hutton (0.4 miles), Hutton, Brentwood (0.8 miles), Hollands Wine Bar, Shenfield (1.0 miles), Rose, Shenfield (1.2 miles), Plough, Hutton (1.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Chequers, Hutton

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Glad that tenorsi enjoyed his visit. Last night saw 3 youths fighting outside and graffiti has only recently been pained over (again).

The Gents reeked and the seats are in such poor condidtion that it would be wise NOT to try and sit on them. The barmaid who I believe also works in the nearby co op was rude and surly and - Im really sorry about this - looked as if a good bath wouldnt hurt her. Ive used this pub for 35 years and remember the "good old days" of Dave and Gladys when the place was superb. Its horrific now, not a patch on what it was.
VirgoHSE - 4 Oct 2008 12:57
Great little local. Rustic regulars, interior could do with a face lift, but the ales are kept well. Greene King IPA and Bombardier are the regulars, but recently Adnams Explorer has made an appearance and the current guest beer seems to be the delectable St Austell Tribute. Not the sign of a pub that keeps dirty, vile beer. Didn't feel threatened at all the night I went in, very friendly staff, down to earth, no undercurrent of violence whatsoever, just locals enjoying banter and some nice beer. the previous reviewers obviously hold a grudge against this pub.
tenorsi - 31 Aug 2008 01:59
Like the man says, dirty, vile beer, unpleasant clientelle with a brooding undercurrent of violence always present. On pleasant evenings you can sit outside and watch the local thugs smashing the bus stop up or shoplifting from the nearby shop.

There was a time when landlords of pubs like this were put in the village stocks, OH ! for the old days !!
VirgoHSE - 12 Jul 2008 15:14
Basically this pub is a dump.It's dirty and the seats are held together with duck tape.Beer is the usual Greene King crap (Broadside was off) and the pub has no atmosphere.Give it a miss
apa - 25 Aug 2006 19:30

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