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The Eyston Arms, East Hendred - pub details

Eyston Arms

Address: High St, East Hendred, Wantage, Oxfordshire, OX12 8JY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27385) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Didcot Parkway (4.5 miles)

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user reviews of the Eyston Arms, East Hendred

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Really nice location, we sat outside on a sunny day but inside looked nice too. Staff all seemed very friedly and helpful, service was good. However... the beers - I tried a couple - were mediocre at best. The food was very expensive, fancy looking and well presented but not really very good. If you are looking for style over substance then this pub might hit the mark; if you are looking for well kept beer and good food, it just doesn't make it.
AJM - 1 Jul 2013 21:44
We popped into this 'pub' for a lunch time drink on a lovely summers day.
It appeared to have a nice atmosphere and could be cosy both in the winter and summer. The menu looked a tad expensive although the food appeared to be directed to the more refined pallet and the price of food, and beer, reflected this.
The waiting staff were delightful. Always smiling and appeared to want to make your visit an enjoyable one. The only criticism was the grumpy, definately must have failed quite spectaculary on his customer service course, man behind the bar. He was arrogant, unwelcoming and down right rude. For this I would, unfortunately not recommed this place to anyone. The person behind the bar should be the flag ship of an establishment. I heard, if it is true, he owns the place and I wouldn't want to part with my hard earned cash to line his pocket. He should look at the waiting staff of how to treat customers.
sunshine247 - 26 Sep 2010 09:02
A foodie pub and a good one. This place even confounded all the rules of pies by serving a terrific tasting pie in a dish (and thus without a bottom or sides). The food masterfully treads that careful line between pub favourites and over-poncey fare and also serves some decent real ales.

Service is excellent and it's a good stop off point for lunch - my only quibble is that the wood could be darker - it's all light pine and thus very 1998.
BoehmBawerk - 17 May 2007 13:58

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