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The Wotton Hatch, Wotton - pub details

Wotton Hatch
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Address: Guildford Road, Wotton, Abinger Hammer, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6QQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4048) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Gomshall (2.5 miles), Dorking West (2.8 miles), Dorking Deepdene (3.4 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Abinger Hatch, Abinger Common (1.2 miles), Crown Inn, Westcott (1.2 miles), Stephan Langton Inn, Abinger Common (1.3 miles), Volunteer, Sutton Abinger (1.6 miles)

 

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Visited this place without any prior planning on Saturday ahead of a wedding nearby. Didn't look on BITE... if we had we would have gone elsewhere, but for once I'm glad I didn't read reviews first.

The food, the service... both excellent. Polite, friendly attentive staff, quick service, tasty food, reasonable price (for Surrey!). All added together to make this a pleasant lunch after an hour stuck on the M25!

Didn't get a chance to try the beers.
pubscouter - 17 Jun 2014 16:33
The drinks were okay but we didn't stay long enough to have more, which we would have done if our sunday lunch had not been so terrible.
We don't normally buy food this expensive, but we wanted to enjoy the sunny garden and then go for a walk nearby, and we thought we would stretch to the price as it would surely be a good meal. However, this was not the case. My roast beef tasted awful, plus there was no green veg, and very little gravy, certainly none for the yorkshire pudding (which was the only nice bit). The veg I did have was very below par, and in very small portions (potatoes, red cabbage, carrots). My husband had the burger, and it also tasted awful, plus the onion that fell out was full of mud so obviously not even washed). We actually ate our food instead of making a fuss as we were very hungry and were trying to enjoy a bit of time out inbetween me working an early shift and a late shift at my care job. Also we did not want to create a fuss as we had friends in groups at other tables, however, we did quietly tell the waiter who removed our plates that we were very disappointed, and although he apologised, he did not offer us any route to follow to take it further. My husband actually had a really upset stomach afterwards, and I am going to ask for a refund. Other people I have mentioned it to have also said they have been disappointed by the food there.
joules2009 - 19 May 2014 11:31
Visited this pub for a couple of pre dinner pint as we were staying in the nearby Wotton House. Although this is a pub it is more set up as a restaurant. Only the 4 tables closest to the bar were not set up for dining. There were a couple of large parties dining and they looked like they were having a good time.

A couple of decent ciders on draft and in the fridge and with a cocktail menu that the missus made good use. With only 2 ales on tap I had them both but had to send the Young's bitter back as it was awful. This was blamed on it being a new barrel and I was offered a replacement of a different pint with no fuss.

If you are looking for a place to have a quiet beer I would not bother with the Wotton Hatch, if you want gastro style food then give it a go.
Mad123 - 28 Aug 2012 16:44
Beautiful location, bloody awful pub ( if you can call it that ). Would love to try it when they have a complete kitchen overhaul so they could cocentrate on the main thing in a pub, the bar.
roselily - 26 Jun 2012 21:54
Just to add one further note to my January review. If you visit on a Sunday afternoon (not during the actual lunchtime) be prepared to wait if you want a drink. One such visit a couple of weeks emphasised what I have seen before: a row of customers trying to buy drinks waving 10/20 notes in the air but nobody was serving behind the counter: you wait until one of the waiters becomes free from serving duties.
When will the Wotton Hatch learn that the bar is a profit centre too and appoint a (or designate) a barman/barmaid?
Surreyyokel - 13 Jun 2012 10:23

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