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The Invincible, Portsmouth

Popped in before Warriorfest last night. Really excellent proper pub. Staff were really really friendly and keen to chat about drinks. 3 Ales, London Pride, Ghost Ship and Sharps Atlantic - really good tasting and good price - £3.30. Comfortably the best pub in The Hard area.

29 Jul 2018 17:01

Thomas Rigby's, Liverpool

Decent pub, excellent ales but needs to turn the central heating down!

25 Feb 2017 01:03

Vernon Arms, Liverpool

Really excellent, friendly pub with a large range of mainly local ales.

25 Feb 2017 01:03

The Rat Inn, Anick

a gem up a narrow lane. 4 excellent local ales, friendly service and a lovely garden full of nooks and crannies

28 Aug 2015 23:35

Battlesteads Hotel, Wark

really friendly bar with excellent local beers and amazing garden

28 Aug 2015 23:33

The Bacchus, Newcastle

excellent atmospheric bar with great range of beer

28 Aug 2015 23:31

The Broad Chare, Newcastle

Good beer range and well served, but a little soulless

28 Aug 2015 23:29

Crown Posada, Newcastle

As good a city pub as you will ever find. Not just atmospheric with outstanding beer, but all the staff are also friendly, charming and helpful

28 Aug 2015 23:28

The Cross Keys, Covent Garden

Really excellent pub, 5 London micro ales and excellent value - £3.50 a pint

27 Jul 2015 12:39

The Red Lion Hotel, Cromer

Best beer in Cromer. 6 ever-changng local ales, all in good nick at £3.70. A good thoughtful touch is that they have a little jar of each ale by the pump so you can see the colour.

6 Apr 2015 22:46

The Dolphin, Cromer

Changed again - it's now 'Craft-Burger'. No draught beer, but a good range of bottles. Burgers ok and not too pricey.

6 Apr 2015 22:43

The Bulchlyvie Inn, Buchlyvie

Friendly busy pub. Made to feel very welcome when passing through whilst on holiday. One real ale (Red Squirrel Hopfest) was on and in very good nick

23 Aug 2014 23:44

The Rob Roy, Buchlyvie

closed & boarded up

23 Aug 2014 23:43

Tullie Inn, Balloch

It's been refurbished in a weird seaside, chrome and mirrors style which isn't remotely relaxing. 4 handpumps of which 3 are local. Quality is a bit unpredictable - we had to send back a pint of sour Deuchars.

21 Aug 2014 21:39

The Balloch House, Alexandria

Our pints of Deuchars and Bitter & Twisted were undrinkable (Monday lunchtime) and had to be refunded.

21 Aug 2014 21:37

The Oak Tree Inn, Balmaha

Much improved since my last review. 4 ales today, all in excellent condition, 2 fro Loch Lomond Brewery and 2 from Orkney. They have a tiny microbrewery which is being expanded for next year - bottles available from the shop at moment

21 Aug 2014 21:35

The Clachan Inn, Drymen

popped in hoping to find some local ale as it is in the good beer guide, but the choice was Greene King Abbot & IPA, so we didn't stop

21 Aug 2014 21:32

The Masons Arms, Bury St Edmunds

excellent range of beer - all GK regulars plus seasonals and guests. Well kept and happy to offer tasters

16 Apr 2014 00:45

The Brewery Tap, Sudbury

friendly, excellent ales - quality and range. Even the toilets are spotless

16 Apr 2014 00:43

The Pheasant, Gestingthorpe

Really excellent pub restaurant & accommodation. Stayed for 2 nights and ate there. Food is excellent, high quality ingredients and all cooked to order, 3 ales all kept well (Growler, Adnams and Woodfordes Bittern). Staff are friendly but never pushy. Accommodation is spacious, well-equipped and spotless.

16 Apr 2014 00:41

Richard I, Greenwich

Really friendly, much more spacious than it looks from outside. 4 Youngs / Wells ales, all well kept. Food is quality pub grub and pretty good value

7 Aug 2012 00:25

The Mitre, Greenwich

only popped in for coffee on way to olympics morning session so didn't try the beer or food. They did have 4 ales, including a house ale from Kew brewery.

Service was friendly and they gave you a shot glass of smarties with the coffee!

7 Aug 2012 00:23

The Rose and Crown, Greenwich

Truly awful. Went in there after the olympics and ordered a half of pride, bombardier and diet coke. The diet coke was by far the best. One of the ales was like vinegar and the other badly kept, so you couldn't tell which it was. The stroppy barmaid only begrudgingly exchanged the vinegar.

7 Aug 2012 00:22

The Antwerp Arms, Tottenham

Open again, tastefully redecorated but still like a proper pub. Loads of Spurs stuff on the walls. Staff were very welcoming. Green King IPA is the ale

10 Jun 2012 23:32

The Green Dragon, Lovedean

Another pub sold from under the tennants by Enterprise Inns to Tesco. Evil

16 May 2012 23:01

The Commercial Rooms, Bristol

architecturally lovely, but still basically a big JDW barn. Very good range of ales - 12 when we were in there, mainly micro brewery

17 Feb 2012 13:32

Horts, Bristol

Big spacious Youngs pub with wide range of seating areas. 2 Gusest ales as well as 4 from Wells & Youngs range. Offers discounts for card carrying Camra members

17 Feb 2012 13:29

The Bank, Bristol

really fun, friendly and hopspitable pub. Good range of ales & ciders, eclectic choice of music - Drum & Bass to 80s AOR cheese in the space f a few minutes

17 Feb 2012 13:28

The Seven Stars, Bristol

Excellent range of quality & ales, but vile toliets. The electric water heater in the ladies is partly uncovered which is really dangerous

17 Feb 2012 13:25

The Crowthorne Inn, Crowthorne

proper boozer, friendly staff, had Highwood brewery Essex IPA on and very tasty it was too

15 Jan 2012 17:59

The Green Man, Fitzrovia

3 ales on yesterday, Doom Bar, Sambrooks Wandall & an Adnams - can't remember the name but it's the one with NZ hops.

Friendly and welcoming, also pleased to have my pint served in a jug!

6 Oct 2011 11:33

The Watermill Inn, Burgess Hill

Just opened an new extension which makes it much better. The young landlord & landlady seem really on the ball and committed to the sucess of this pub, they both made a point of talking to us when we were in there the other day and really care about what they're doing.

Beers were Doombar, Summer Lightning & Harveys plus Thatchers heritage cider. Well worth a visit

4 Aug 2011 16:37

The Cock Inn, Wivelsfield

Really good friendly pub. York brewery Constantine, Hophead & Harveys were on when we visited. Also realy, really generous portion of Nachos for 4 and an excellent, generous Sussex cheeses ploughmans for 7.95

4 Aug 2011 16:31

The Toll Gate, Hornsey

Classic Wetherspoons - a big oblong pub, but with more partitions to make it feel more homely. Excellent beer range & quality

1 Aug 2011 23:51

Three Compasses, Hornsey

The Three Compassess genuinely deserves it's good reputation. Visited for the first time the other day, beer range & quality excellent, staff friendly, knowledgeable and helpful.

1 Aug 2011 23:49

Windham Arms, Sheringham

Excellent range of ales, friendly and a good all-rounder of a pub. Seems to attract a good daytime mix of locals / tourist and different ages

31 Jul 2011 00:17

The Crown, Sheringham

perfectly ok but the Windham is far better. Only non-national ale was Wherry

31 Jul 2011 00:16

The Red Lion Hotel, Cromer

Best pub we found in Cromer. 6 ales, mainly local. Very good food and friendly staff. Over heard the landlord chatting and he really seemed to know his stuff and have priorities right

31 Jul 2011 00:14

The Dolphin, Cromer

Overlooks the beach, the sort of place dads go for a swift pint whilst mum is on the beach withthe kids. Decor is tatty but has a certain faded charm about it. Staff very friendly and the Woodfordes is excellent.

31 Jul 2011 00:12

The Wheatsheaf, Woodmancote

Food & servie is much much better than it was. Food is very good in fact.

7 Jul 2011 14:35

The Swallows Return, Worthing

Have to basically agree with other comments. No soap in the gents loos and a broken toilet seat are just lazy complacency.

Set menu for a group booking was good value for 10 and they had an interesting choice of ales - Fuller's Summer Ale & Adnams Ghost ship

7 Jul 2011 14:33

The Pot Still, Glasgow

Excellent city centre pub. Friendly knowledgeable staff, 3 well kept ales and their legendary range of whiskies. Not the cheapest but a really top example of what you want a city pub to be like

24 Aug 2010 00:56

The Bacchus, Newcastle

really good serious drinkers venue.

24 Aug 2010 00:54

Crown Posada, Newcastle

As good a city pub as you could hope to find

24 Aug 2010 00:52

The Regency Tavern, Brighton

still gorgeous, but a shame they have taken away so much of the window decorations which gave it so much character

29 Jul 2010 00:00

The Royal Oak, Langstone

such a shame a pub in such a gorgeous location has only got GK national bland ales when there are so many better ones in the local area

28 Jul 2010 23:59

Ship Inn, Langstone

Not too bad, but really needs some money spending on it, all very tatty indeed

28 Jul 2010 23:58

The Crown and Anchor, Chichester

I last went in here about 30 years ago as a small boy. Popped in on Sunday evening out of curiosity. It seemed a really nice, genuine old pub. Still has all the old wood fittings and separate areas inside. Staff were very friendly. Excellent garden overlooking the harbour

28 Jul 2010 23:57

White Hart, Henfield

comfortably the best pub in Henfield. It works well as a pub and also for eating. Gyles the landlord has had a reputation for grumpiness in the past, but is much more cheery these days. Only thing that isn't ideal is that because it is a Hall & Woodhouse pub the draught ales are all a bit bland, but they do keep the range of Badger bottled ales too.

28 Jul 2010 23:53

The Plough Inn, Henfield

Not as good as it was when Seamus & Carol ran it. The new staff aren't anywhere near as friendly and as a result it never feels very welcoming. Still, it isn't bad, just could be better. Normally has a guest ale from a micro e.g. Kings, Cottage and so on. The Cat & Canary in Henfield (not on Beerintheevening) tends to keep 1 or 2 interesting guests too

28 Jul 2010 23:51

The Henfield Tavern, Henfield

Very much the youngsters / loud music / Sky sports pub in the village - which is fine, because it keeps the troublemakers away from the other pubs.

28 Jul 2010 23:48

The George Hotel, Henfield

The George has recently received a 'commended' award in the Morning Advertiser's Great British Pub Awards - goodness knows how. It never feels welcoming, food has a poor reputation and the main bar clientele seem to be very drunk people leering at you or looking for a fight.

28 Jul 2010 23:46

The Chequers Inn, Rowhook

Seriously excellent. Old building that has retained all it's traditional charm. Ale was excellent - Windsor & Eton brewery Knight of the Garter. Staff were friendly and knowledgeablke. Food was really excellent. Toilets newly refurbished aswell. You really get the feeling the owners love this place and care for it

28 Jul 2010 23:38

The Watermill Inn, Burgess Hill

Excellent ales, well kept, but the pub doesn't feel quite right - it is one very big open plan room and feels just a bit lacking in privacy

18 Aug 2009 00:13

The Stand Up Inn, Lindfield

best of the 3 dark star brewery pubs - really friendly and comfortable, obviously the ale is superb!

18 Aug 2009 00:12

The Horns Lodge, South Chailey

Really friendly traditional pub. 4 ales, mainly local all very well kept. Current tennants seem to be making a real effort and doing the right things, such as having a beer festival and organising events. Toilets very clean too! Bar billiards table and a hole in the wall game

18 Aug 2009 00:11

The Cinque Ports, Seaford

Really nice comunity pub. had a good feel to it. 5 Ales, all well kept

18 Aug 2009 00:08

The Jolly Boatman, Newhaven

A serious drinkers pub. Stocks 3 very well kept micro ales, plus other bottles. Also stocks a huge range of liquours, coctails and spirits - including those blasts from the past Taboo & Mirage! Also keep a big range of sweets, tobacco (including snuff!) and snacks and bottles to take away - it's a bit like a corner shop in some ways.

Seems quite intimidating at first, but safe enough I think

18 Aug 2009 00:07

The Brampton Halt, Chapel Brampton

Vey big pub in the old station with huge outdoor seating area. Good range of local ales, well kept too.

18 Aug 2009 00:04

The Half Moon, Grendon

Nice friendly village pub. 3 very well kept ales from the Wells & Youngs stable (Eagle, Kew & Directors). Didn't eat but the yorkshire pudding we saw being served looked to die for!

18 Aug 2009 00:03

The Falcon Hotel, Castle Ashby

Very much a country hotel not really a pub, although they do have a very nice garden. No real ale, just Greene King IPA Smooth. We stayed in a room in another building they own, along the road. It was generally fine and comfortable enough. The only gripe was that the infor about breakfast times is wrong - it says 8-12 every day - in reality it is 8 - 10 at weekends and 7 - 9 in the week, it was very embarrassing turning up at 10.15 on the sunday morning!

18 Aug 2009 00:01

The Antwerp Arms, Tottenham

Straightforward boozer. Always busy on when Spurs are at home. London Pride had made a comeback last time I was in, and was kept well.

17 Aug 2009 23:58

Round of Grass, Badsey

Very friendly, large open plan pub. Beer range not as good as hoped (Uley Old Spot & Flowers IPA), but well kept. Didn't eat but menu looked good and comptetively priced

17 Aug 2009 23:57

The Throckmorton Arms, Coughton

Nice enough, but not outstanding. Bar area is good and comfortable, 3 ales (Hooky, Tribute and Purity Gold) all very well kept. Food is ok, basically pub grub, steak etc. We did stay for the night, but could only stay for one night as our room (room 7) was above the kitchen and so unbearbly hot we couldn't sleep. The rooms and dining area are a new bit of the bulding and seem to have paper thin uninsulated walls!

17 Aug 2009 23:55

The Swan Hotel, Alcester

Closed at the moment, advertised outside as available to let

17 Aug 2009 23:51

The Lord Nelson, Alcester

Very friendly pub, 3 ales on, their house ale from Wadworth plus one from Wye Valley and Lady Godiva's ale. All very well kept. It appears to be a real community pub and they are obviously trying very hard to build trade up by having music nights, quizzes, clubs etc.

17 Aug 2009 23:50

Swan Inn, Moreton in Marsh

Didn't go in as it was chock full of noisy music & teenagers on a Friday night - nothing wrong with that if it is your kind of thing of course but i'm a bit too old for it! Could see through the window that they had Tribute & Doom bar, so maybe worth a try during the day.

17 Aug 2009 23:48

The Inn on the Marsh, Moreton in Marsh

Charming quirky pub, really friendly and stuffed full of curiosities with a dutch theme. All beers are from the Marstons group, but very well kept

17 Aug 2009 23:46

The White Hart Royal Hotel, Moreton-in-marsh

Agree with the last reviewer, it is too brightly lit and full of noisy braying types. Beer was drinkable but nothing special

17 Aug 2009 23:45

The Black Bear, Moreton in Marsh

Should be good, but we were put off by the intimidating crowd of builders who stood by the entrance making unpleasant comments to all and sundry. Simply enough they made us feel uncormfortable and we left. The staff didn't do anything about it and clearly seem to be as intimidated by those morons as customers are. Shame on such a good company as Donnington for letting a pub of their be like this.

17 Aug 2009 23:43

Redesdale Arms, Moreton-In-Marsh

Really, really excellent. Stayed for 1 night after seeing their 'late deals' bord out the fron. All the staff couldn't have been more helpful & friendly - clearly all were enjoying their jobs and proud of the place. Bar is comfortable, they had Hooky bitter & Gold on, both very well kept. The whole place seemed very well looked after and cared for.

17 Aug 2009 23:41

Bell Inn, Moreton in Marsh

Decent enough town pub, staff very friendly. We ate and drank there early evening. Food was good solid pub grub. 6 ales, all that we tried tasted fine, unfortunately all were national brands.

17 Aug 2009 23:38

The Greyhound, Keymer

Really friendly pub. Went in there on a sunday, arrived just after they normally stop serving food but were very helpful and willing to still accommodate us. The atmosphere felt really comfortable and it seems to be an an excellent village pub. The only (and I mean only) minor disappointment is that on the occasions we've been in there all the ales are just the usual big names (Harveys, Pride, Bombardier etc.) Although excellently kept

22 Jun 2009 00:29

The Harrow Inn, Compton

Don't be taken in by the signs all over the place saying 'food all day' - it isn't. We popped in on saturday about 4 specifically because of this.

Beer was flat and unexceptional, the barmaid was unfriendly - more tha happy to talk to a friend rather than serve customers and didn't mention that food wasn't being served until she had poured our drinks. In addition we couldn't get to the toilets because a group of small noisy children were lying on the floor across the bar blocking access. Needless to say the parents didn't think to ask them to move.

8 Jun 2009 20:49

The White Horse, Steyning

Oh dear. What was a pub, in need of some updating maybe, has now been transmogrified into a garishly bright, minimalist city centre style attempt at a trendy bar. Hardly any comfy seating, doesn't sell any crisps or similar and has the nerve to charge 3 for a watery tasting excessively cold pint of Ruddles!Totally unsuited to the location Well done Greene King - Not! Steyning now only has 3 pubs I'm afraid.

6 Dec 2006 10:37

George Inn, Cosham

Good, proper unspoiled pub at the top of Portsdown Hill overlooking the city. 8 real ales, served well, friendly staff, clean toilets.

10 Sep 2006 16:58

The Oak Tree Inn, Balmaha

Disappointing to find only Greene King IPA on the handpump (and not available anyway) last week - surely could do better than this in an area with many new breweries opening, maybe the numerous Belhaven signs tell a story here. Seems to have lost a bit of character as it has grown

27 Aug 2006 23:30

The Lord of the Isles, Craobh Haven

Large friendly pub on the Craobh Haven marina, serves Two ales from Fyne Ales, kept in excellent condition. Staff really friendly, clean & welcoming

27 Aug 2006 23:27

The Cooperage, Newcastle

Went in there last night on my first visit to the city, we were attracted by the sign outside at around midnight promoting real ale. They had three ales on, all brewed by a new microbrewery called Allendale. The barman offered us samples and was very helpful. I would hope people who were mourning its demise will now try it again, as it was busy, lively but welcoming. Definitely happy yo go back next time I am in toon

27 Aug 2006 23:24

The Lade Inn, Kilmahog

Fantastic pub, serving it's own delicious ales. Really high quality throughout, with knowledgeable staff and excelent attention to detail - superb beer & whisky tasting lists on every table for example.

27 Aug 2006 23:18

The Three Jolly Butchers, Brighton

Walked past today, now advertises itself as a bar & sandwich bar. No sign of any handpumps anymore either

10 Aug 2006 18:16

The Earth and Stars, Brighton

Generally a good bar, nice to see English wine on the wine list & good range of organic wines. Could do to improve it's ales though, only stocks Bombardier & Youngs, neither particularly well kept.

10 Aug 2006 18:14

The Cliftonville Inn, Hove

Very good range of local guest ales, otherwise a typical JD barn

8 Aug 2006 14:34

The Five Bells, West Chiltington

Excelent beer choice & quality - the only ale I've drunk during the summer heatwave recently that was cool enough. Friendly atmosphere

25 Jul 2006 12:48

The Royal Oak, Poynings

Went there with a large group last night - we had booked and told them of our main course choices beforehand. Despite agreeing to seat us on the patio area by the pub, we found ourselves at the far end of the garden, under a canopy. Our food took an hour to arrive after the scheduled time, they forgot one order and got another wrong. We had been asked to tell them whether we wanted some dishes rare/medium/well-done, but when they arrived they didn't ask whose was who's. My burger (ordered medium) was burnt, not that you could tell by looking because they didn't have lights on and it was 9.30 when it arrived. Bar service was unfriendly, other customers were canceling because they had waited 70 minutes. Basically they have a huge garden, and the kitchen doesn't seem to be able to cope. It's not cheap either - 10 for a Lamb burger with chips (and not many chips at that!)

20 Jul 2006 10:03

The Devils Dyke Hotel, Brighton

Terrible that such a poor establishment should be allowed in such a beautiful place. Packaged food, poor beer, not clean. A pub in a sussex beuty spot should reflect something of the qualities sussex has to offer, not corporate blandness

14 Jul 2006 15:42

Paxtons Head, Knightsbridge

Reasonably good boisterous but quite atmospheric London boozer, 4 mainstream ales, seemed to be reasonably well kepy

6 Jul 2006 23:52

Trevor Arms, Glynde

If the phrase 'Lovely, unspoiled country pub (and still a proper pub, not just a food establishment with beer) with excellent beer & unpretentious food, in a beautiful setting' appeals to you then this is it.

Excellent access (right next to station) makes it even better. Tends to get busy before performances at nearby Glyndebourne opera house

18 Jun 2006 12:04

Neptune, Hove

Really nice proper pub, good range of ales, 1 or 2 from Dark Star plus a guest each week & Harveys. Really friendly, music a key feature. Definitely one of Hove's best kept secrets.

6 Jun 2006 00:09

The Fox, Small Dole

Very clean, very friendly roadside pub, mainly food-orientated, but still has a proper drinkers bar area too. Nice pint of Harveys and good pub food, imaginative, but not pretentious gastropub stuff. Staff all very friendly & attentive, without being overly intrusive.

27 Mar 2006 12:30

The Evening Star, Brighton

Just when you thought it couldn't get better, they now sell SEABROOKS crisps (the best in the world) as well!

27 Mar 2006 00:46

The Star of Brunswick, Hove

Has been closed for a year or so, though the signage is still up

18 Jan 2006 23:16

The Red Lion, Hove

Just a good, proper pub, nothing flashy or pretentious, welcoming and comfortable

18 Jan 2006 23:15

The Lord Nelson, Brighton

One of the best, most unspoiled pubs in Brighton. Excellent beer, friendly informal atmosphere and good imaginative but unpretentious food

6 Sep 2005 22:48

The Battle of Trafalgar, Brighton

Just a really good proper pub, warm friendly atmosphere, unpretentious and unspoiled. Good beer, food and wine

6 Sep 2005 22:45

The Bright Helm, Brighton

The worst Wetherspoons I have ever been in. Filthy tables, very tatty decor, virtually no choice of ales. I know it is West Street, but even so there is no excuse for this

17 Aug 2005 22:43

The Saqqara, Brighton

Scary, huge (it's a former bank) bar, catering for the alcopop/hen & stag night crowd.

17 Aug 2005 22:41

Seven Stars, Brighton

Predictable chain pub concept, that was briefly in vogue in 1996 I think. Overpriced tourist trap, about as Irish as Vodka

17 Aug 2005 22:38

All Bar One, Brighton

Pretty awful chain bar, one of those 'style concepts' thought up by marketing managers, and generally full of the very same types. Overpriced, soulless and very much lowest common denominator - i.e. mass market drinks only, and at high prices.

17 Aug 2005 22:36

The Oriental, Brighton

This has now reverted to it's former name - The Oriental. It is a very well known gay pub/cabaret bar, with many top drag acts etc performing there on a regular basis. Very good fun for an evening

17 Aug 2005 22:31

The Colonnade, Brighton

Really lovely little bar. It is a separate pub, within the Theatre Royal, but you enter from the street. They do interval drinks so it gets very crowded just be fore performances and at the interval, but the rest of the time it is a relaxing, sociable place. Wonderful unspoiled brasswork, mirrors etc complement the theatrical decor

17 Aug 2005 22:28

The Queensbury Arms, Brighton

Miniscule pub behind the Metropole hotel. Theatrical atmosphere, decor & clintele. A very warm welcome and oasis just off the seafront

17 Aug 2005 22:24

The Eight Bells, Jevington

Nice, unspolit country freehouse. A proper pub, catering for locals and visitors, very unpretentious, friendly staff, beer in excellent condition

10 Aug 2005 00:56

The Cricketers, Brighton

What a city pub should be, fantastic in every way. Easy to spend the afternoon in, great staff, food, range of drinks, music, atmosphere and character by the plenty.

1 Aug 2005 11:34

The Coopers Cask, Brighton

What a small pub in an area full of young people should be. Good drinks, music, staff, original food menu and stylish, but most importantly STILL A PROPER PUB!

1 Aug 2005 11:31

The Slug and Lettuce, Hove

A classic example of why branded chain pubs are such a bad thing. Limited choice (especially beer), fake atmosphere, high prices. Not really a pub, but a bar for the hard of thinking

1 Aug 2005 11:29

The Freemasons Tavern, Hove

Really good, groovy pub, attracts a mixed crowd of all ages and makes a streong commitment to serious quality drinks - no cheapo house doubles here. Good range of beers, knowledgeable staff - what a trendy pub should be, unlike the many others (e.g. The Station, Hove) who only have a limited choice of poor quality mass market drinks

1 Aug 2005 11:23

The Providence, Hove

No character at all, just the ground floor of an ugly office block, tries to attract customers with cheap promotions. Easy to get into though as it is rarely busy

1 Aug 2005 11:20

The Bedford Tavern, Brighton

Lovely friendly cosmopolitan local pub

1 Aug 2005 11:14

The Rashleigh Inn, Polkerris

Good pub, particularly for ale drinkers, and in a super location, though we found the food to be very overpriced. The access road is a bit of a nightmare - very narrow and steep

31 Jul 2005 23:09

Lugger Inn, Polruan

Just spent a week staying in the cottage owned by this pub, and plenty of evenings in the bar drinking & eating. A really warm friendly pub in a wonderful quayside location, that accomodates locals and tourists equally well. Excellent staff, good drinks and food. Also pleased to report that our table was always cleared promptly, so the previous reviewers comment seems to have been noted!

31 Jul 2005 23:06

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