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The King Stag, Bushey - pub details

King Stag

Address: 15, Bournehall Road, Bushey, Hertfordshire, WD23 3EH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6837) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bushey (1.1 miles), Watford High Street (1.4 miles), Carpenders Park (1.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 136 users)
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Swan, Bushey (0.1 miles), Red Lion, Bushey (0.2 miles), Horse and Chains, Bushey (0.3 miles), Royal Oak, Bushey (0.5 miles), Rifle Volunteer, Watford (0.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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This pub has completely changed, having recently reopened as a gastropub.
I didn't try the food, but it smelt good, and the diners, who constituted the majority of the clientele, seemed to be enjoying their dinners. The pub has clearly moved upmarket. There were at least four real ales available, including Conservation from the Red Squirrel brewery, while I had a pint of Olde Trip from Hardy & Hanson. My pint was not bad but could have been a little fresher. The bar staff however were a little amateurish, and it took two of them five minutes to deliver my pint and my mate's half. This pub is now more of a restaurant, but I guess if that's the price of keeping open we have to accept it. If you're a real ale drinker who likes a more traditional pub, I'd recommend you try the Swan in the next street.
Number11 - 2 Feb 2014 17:59
I went in this pub for the first time recently and, as it hasn't been reviewed recently, I thought I'd register and add my two pence worth.

Apparently this pub was refurbished in late 2013. It is no longer a trad old boozer but is more like a bang on trend gastro-pub with olive and khaki paint and those filament light bulbs you see everywhere now. People who like trad old boozers are going to the Swan in the next street.

The landlord is new to the trade but is enthusiastic and is making a success of it. Obviously it is food led now but is a Green King "Local Hero" so the GK microbrewery tries out new brews here and the landlord is allowed to choose non-GK ales. The lagers are Estrelle and Tudor.

Ales were perfectly acceptably kept and you can have a straight glass or a jug. Worth adding to any Bushey pub crawl.
nuttybrown - 20 Jan 2014 12:46
What a great old traditional boozer! Good beer, friendly staff and Britain like it used to be. If they cud put Sweeney on the TV, blue bag of salt in the crisps, Supercockle at 9.30pm and a row of Ford Anglias and Consuls in the car park, it wud be perfick.
asanewt - 20 Apr 2007 18:59
Very well presented pub. Beer is Green King so I had a pint of Gunniess.
stevefarmer - 6 Feb 2007 20:11
Just been in the King Stag after it's refubishment, it a totally different place.

Well done Tom.

Was there on Thursday on its reopening, place was packed
usmailman - 6 Dec 2006 19:01

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