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I tend to stay to only a couple of pubs close to home, but when mates are around, i'm willing to go anywhere

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The Yeoman (Harvester), West Byfleet

Well, it's a harvester, you go to one you normally know what to expect in the rest of 'em.
Salad cart, good choices of menu items, open grill to the restaurant, nice idea, but can get a bit noisy at times.
Good for families that want to go out for a meal (those with younger children),though not a great place for people that wish to go for a few drinks with mates.

2 Dec 2008 01:57

The Queens Head, Byfleet

Good pub if your looking for a drink with a group of mates in the evening.

Pool cues not the best in the world, but they aren't too bad for the way some of the people use them.

Food is of a good standard, brilliant portion sizes and a good taste, though it does take a while to get the order done.

Wide selection of beverages to choose from, more of a pub for drinkers i must say.

16 Nov 2008 01:00

The Anchor, Wisley

After hearing comments from some of the customers in the pub about this site i thought i would check out what people have said and leave a comment myself.

I have been to this pub quite a few times, mainly during the summer, and found the service was helpful and cheerful and of a good standard each time, which for the amount of customers that had to be served on such a small bar, I find realy well done. There was a long wait to order on a couple of ocasions, though there was a sign outside warning of this. A wait of a maximum of 20 minutes for food to come out , which given the amount of customers there were to serve wasn't too bad. Location is realy good next to the River Wey, the small bridge to get there, however, causes some problems for customers as it is a very tight squeeze to get over.

I have also been in a couple of times during the wetter and colder months both this winter and last winter, found that, though the pub is more of a 'summer pub', it is still getting in a lot of trade during these times, have noticed a couple of changes quite recently, including a section of the pub is closed off during quieter periods of the day, which I suppose does help keep all customers togeter.

I'm not a very adventurous person when it comes to eating, though there are quite a few items I like off the menu. My favourite item off the menu has to be the steak and ale pie, which has been a very tastey and well presented dish each time I have had it, and the 'Gormet Burger' has always been consistant, a well toasted bun, filled with a juicy beef burger, crispy lettuce, cheddar cheese and crispy bacon.

Not the widest variety of drinks I have seen in a pub, but the choices are excelent, badger beers are very popular with many of the people i go with, though i am myself more of a spirit drinker, which there is a ood selection to choose from.

I have enjoyed all of my visits and am therefore quite surprised to read some of the comments that have been posted. I have recomended this pub to many of my friends and family, and each of them has had a very similar experience to that which I have had, and all said they will go again.

16 Nov 2008 00:54

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