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Old Crown, Weybridge - pub details

Old Crown
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Address: 83 Thames Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8LP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5945) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Weybridge (1.3 miles), Addlestone (1.4 miles), Shepperton (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 33 users)
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Lovely building - wonderfully old school interior. Yes, pricey at £4.30 for a pint of Youngs Bitter.

Enjoyed the experience and the fact its open at 10am is handy for a walker who was up at 5:20am!

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Mappiman - 17 Jul 2016 12:47
The beer is not worth the price..and as for some of the customers...language.... not for me.
surreypubdrinker - 22 Oct 2012 13:29
OK. I have lived in Weybridge for 10 years. I have heard a lot about the Old Crown and I have been there a dozen times: 3 times for solo lunch, 3 times for solo drinks and the rest of the time in a party of people. Have to agree regrettably with previous reviewers who found it overpriced. Today I paid 2.75 for a bottle of Diet Coke. Please, readers, read that again. Also, it is very hard to get served at this "local pub". I have never had a problem at the Jolly Farmer or the Prince of Wales. I do feel that this landlord is somewhat up himself. I approached the bar from the restaurant side with a friend alongside. We were signally ignored by this prat and then he turned his back and started serving people on the other side of the bat with not a word. I spend a pretty penny on beer in Weybridge, sit, and none will come your way. Ever again. Despite the nice club sandwich I had here a year ago. That was your staff, not you. You utter utter utter mockery. Brian Ford would have crushed your skull with one hand. Never shall I darken your door.
ifyouaskedmeonafriday - 28 May 2012 02:08
LLiking details on website, same owners since 1959, by the river, and simple menu etc. I booked a table for four for Sunday Lunch. No table reserved as requested on arrival but pub empty and told to choose one ourselves in either of the dining areas. Made second mistake in choosing this establishment by taking one in conservatory with stone floor. Plastic cushioned chairs, place mats with corners chipped and sticky back to my chair brought considerable disillusionment. Pint of Directors, half of guest beer, half of cider, and a J2 put 10.30 on the tab, and 3 Sunday Roasts (11.50 Beef only), and 1 Chicken Breasts with vegetables (9.50) ordered. Roasts arrived with the meat submerged in a thick brown gravy, soggy yorkshires/roast potatoes, al dente parsnip chips, a spoonful of boiled cabbage and sliced carrots. Chicken dish rated average. Bottle of screw topped French Merlot (16) delivered to table with four glasses. Two elderly couples being asked "do you guys want anything else" rankled but the 4 Desserts from the local patisserie were all good and reasonably priced at 4 each which earned the one rating point awarded, and the barman did bring the jug of water and glasses requested at the end of the meal. Total bill with !0% service (definitely not silver!) came to 95 and was in everyone's opinion and experience an exceptionally high cost for a very mediocre pub Sunday lunch. Regrettably none of the suggested attributes in the online description were apparent especially the riverside position, appearance, welcome, ambiance, quality or food, but the lengthy same ownership was confirmed. It is likely to change hands however before we return!
rostonhodges - 12 Sep 2011 00:52
Nice enough establishment, but quite beers are quite overpriced. Far more expensive than the much posher pub across the road. Didn't get much change out of a tenner for two pints and a bag of peanuts.
TheJase - 11 Aug 2010 10:24

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