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The Bull Inn, Iver - pub details

Address: 7 High Street, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 9ND [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31988) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Iver (0.9 miles), West Drayton (1.7 miles), Langley (1.8 miles)

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Number11 - 31 May 2015 10:37
On an 8 mile stroll from West Drayton to Slough we took our lunch break at the Bull.

A largish pub, we plumped for the saloon bar, although numbers of fellow drinkers present were not high - half a dozen of us at most. Most of the others seemed to be regulars. The Bull is a fairly traditional pub in layout and appearance - once inside you could be almost anywhere.

Beers were regulars London Pride, Brakspears Bitter, Wadworth's 6X and guest Old Golden Hen. Some of the usual suspects, but there we are. We plumped for the 6X. In my youth this was a beer which you always had if it was available, and I am pleased to report that the 6X served at the Bull was excellent, taking me back to the halcyon days of my youth.

Food consisted of snacks on a printed menu and a list of main meals on what appeared to be a semi-permanent chalk board. Prices were cheap - my gammon was 6.50 and although a little bit too salty for my taste, was fine for the price.

Staff were pleasant. Pub also contained what appeared to be a Pringles dispensing machine, a little unusual. Toilets were perfectly acceptable.

The Bull proved a very pleasant lunch stop and well worth a visit.
ramblethenlunch - 8 Apr 2012 15:46
The Bull has two very different bars.The public bar is popular with the under 25's ,has a pool table and was busy even on a Monday evening with young girls standing outside on the pavement.The lounge is more of an old man's (or women's) bar and is a throw back with 1970's decor.The piped radio added to the retro feel.Three real ales are on permanently ,namely London Pride,Adnams Bitter and 6X,which doesnt get the pulse racing but the guest beer which changes regularly was an IPA from the Copper Dragon brewery which was excellent,no need to move of it for the session.Pub food is available but no one was eating when I was there,but the beer is a sufficient recommendation.Thoroughly deserves the GBG entry.
Bucking_Fastard - 23 Oct 2009 13:28

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