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O'Neills, Woking - pub details

O'Neills

Address: Crown Square, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6HR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2273) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Woking (0.2 miles), Worplesdon (2.7 miles), West Byfleet (2.8 miles)

Chain: O'Neills

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Clearly not a place that specialises in real ales, but two on - and good attentive service. Nice looking menu too. Worth a visit lunchtimes, but probably a bit rough at night.
Trev - 12 Mar 2014 18:45
Great Bar - Stays open late at Fridays and Weekends.
EyeOfTheTigerBeer - 7 Jul 2012 16:31
To cap off a brilliant Easter weather wise, I came with a mate Easter Monday as we went searching for a pub close to Woking station where we could drink outside in glorious sunshine. The relatively small seating area in Yates’s opposite appeared to be more in the shade around 3pm, so we opted for O’Neills where we could sit down in the sun on one of the outside tables. I was served quickly and a pint of Stella and a pear Kopparberg – served in plastic cups - came to £6.20, so make what you want from that if anything about the prices of drinks in here.

While it was not that busy outside, there were, however, a group of rowdy drunks undermining the relative tranquillity of the seating area on one of the other tables.

In spite of the above, I would certainly come here again if in this part of Woking and I wanted to drink outside if the sun is shining.

Searching_for_H_Files - 26 Apr 2011 16:07
Directly opposite Yates's, this site has been used as a pub for years. I have seen it as the Red House (hence the old Woking expression "you couldn't score in the Red House") the Farenheit and Firkin (where my marrage proposal was accepted, needless to say we're no longer together...) and now O'Neill's, more happily always firmly in my memory as the pub in which I watched Chelsea's first top level league title won in my lifetime, in 2005 (tears were shed).

Despite all my hisory in this pub, yesterday was my first visit for a couple of years as Wetherspoons just around the corner, beats O'Neill's for price and range of drinks - O'Neill's range is limited to the Guinness family (Guinness Red £2.75 a pint) Smethicks and the usual keg line up. I noticed Peroni on tap, a lager that is becoming increasingly widely avaliable, as landlords and managers become aware that it's a bit of a licence of print money, mug punters seeming willing to pay £3.70 plus for it.

Food, as usual in these chain pubs, is important and popular. The menu seems pretty decent and cheap pub grub and was flying out of the kitchen. The food was proving so popular that new people ordering were being advised of a twenty minute wait (which makes a change from just being left watitng in ignorance).

Decor-wise there's lots of dark wood pannelling and faux Irish b*llocks around the walls. GAA games on TV and live music is advertised. A pretty standard town centre pub with nothing making it stand out.
flashharry1965 - 3 Aug 2010 11:52
Service with a smile would be a little more nice.
nightsmoker - 19 Oct 2009 00:44

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