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The South Western, St Denys - pub details

South Western
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Address: 38-40, Adelaide Rd, St Denys, Southampton, Hampshire, SO17 2HW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6881) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations St Denys (0.1 miles), Bitterne (0.6 miles), Swaythling (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 65 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Dolphin, St Denys (0.1 miles), Junction Inn, St Denys (0.1 miles), Bridge Inn, St Denys (0.2 miles), Varsity, Portswood (0.3 miles), Richmond Inn, Portswood (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Still has a decent, if expensive, range of beers. Certainly worth a visit but now the poorest of the three pubs near the station. I just feel far more welcome in the other two (Junction & Dolphin). I used to regard this as the best pub in Southampton but it seems to have lost it's way or maybe the competition has just improved.
baxterfish - 31 Mar 2016 12:44
Outside it looks like a traditional railway station pub, inside it’s a bit like a Hobgoblin pub - lots of wood, painted walls, leather sofas, and a modern student feel. There’s an upstairs room with pool and football tables. Lots of focus on the beers with around 10 on offer, including a house ale, Nellie’s Nob, which is a rebadge of Bowman’s Yumi. Holds beer festivals. Friendly customers, which on our Friday afternoon visit were mostly young males. This has a lot more life, character, and interest than the Guide Dog. As it’s almost next door to the Junction Inn, the two can be visited together. I am more inclined to the Junction Inn as it does food, is more family orientated, and has more of a traditional pub look and feel, but there will be those who prefer this place. Considered together these two make one of the best beer destinations in Southampton, second only to the Platform Tavern (which has its own brewpub).
SilkTork - 27 Mar 2015 17:55
Visited here on 12/02/2015.

good selection of beers well worth a visit and just outside the St Denys station
totpotter1 - 14 Feb 2015 13:10
Still very expensive - like for like 80p per pint dearer than the Guide Dog and 70p dearer than Talking Heads.
baxterfish - 16 Apr 2014 20:41
Paid long overdue return visit and enjoyed the atmosphere and a terrific Arundel beer. Football crowd meant custom was very mixed and felt less like the beer ticker experience I remember from a decade ago. Having said that, loved the brewerania, less impressed with the flaky sausage roll !
mtaylor40 - 8 Dec 2013 09:18

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