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The Poplar Farm Inn, Andover - pub details

Poplar Farm Inn

Address: Old Salisbury Road, Abbotts Ann, Andover, Hampshire, SP11 7NJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34694) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Andover (2 miles), Grateley (5 miles)

Chain: Vintage Inns
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I've lives around this area for years but never been in this boozer. Now, I wish I hadn't bothered.i don't normally take to much notice of other comments on here as I prefer to make my own mind up. On this occasion I agree with most of the comments. This pub looks great from the outside but it is truly awful. Avoid.
wolvesfan - 19 Aug 2015 10:38
On the way down to the New Forest last week, my wife and I had been hungry for miles, and we came upon this place. Although a Vintage Inn, at least you know what you get. Hence we were not too surprised to find our way into the car park blocked by a bl**dy great Brakes Bros delivery truck. Just wanting a simple meal ,we ordered a main and a pudding. The mains were barely adequate, but just then a large birthday party arrived, and that was it as far as the rest of the place was concerned. Having waited about twenty minutes for our desserts, we gave up - perhaps the chef was having trouble opening the packet. Deciding to leave, we went to the bar to pay but had to wait for another customer to settle his bill. Explaining why we were giving up, we received fulsome apologies (sic) and a deduction of 20 per cent of the bill. It then became obvious why the last word the previous customer had received from the waitress had been 'apologise'. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
philanders - 30 Oct 2013 22:43
This pub looks great and promises to deliver. However........

Stay away! I have visited four times in six months before saying what I think.

They have a good selection of ales but they are often tired and stale. It is apparent that people don't drink enough of the real ale and as such it goes off. The staff are young and rude when you ask for another pint. At one point I was refused another pint because I had 'complained already' unbelievable!

Poor beer. Hot glasses. Dreadful pub.

And another point, the food is dreadful. I appreciate that this is all about beer but the food is terrible too. No axe to grind honest. Just want a decent pint of ale for my hard earned coins!
nickyboi45 - 20 Jan 2011 19:27
Used to be a really good pub back in the 70s. Just a fairly poor restaurant now. Great building,superb location but no atmosphere & no staff.Food was terrible.
Normlikesbeer - 13 Jul 2009 22:52
I was fairly disappointed with my visit here this wek, the first in 10 years. The pint of Doombar I tried was not well kept (I couldn't bring myself to try the Black Sheep- maybe Old_Boots should try it next time he's down this way as he's a bit of a connoisseur of that particular brewery), service was slow and indifferent and there was no atmosphere. The muzak was irritating. I didn't try the food either but it didn't look anything special. I can't see any reason to come here unless you actually live in Abbots Ann, and then there are other pubs in walking distance.
ETA - 5 Jun 2009 12:05

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