This pub was very welcoming and dog friendly. The fish finger sandwhich I had with skinny fries and mushy peas was to die for. I will definitely visit the next time I am in Christchurch.
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This is a very popular pub and I can see why. Large range of beers, especially real ales which were well kept. The food is traditional pub food of a good quality. Staff were very friendly, had a sense of humour and hard working. Large...More
As a visitor to Christchurch and not sure where to eat, we came across this pub and they were doing Sunday Roast. My husband ordered a beer which he thought was flat and when we mentioned this to the barman, he was told that type...More
The food was reasonably good, but the drinks very expensive and the service poor. The surly barman obviously disliked being asked to top up a pint which was well short of full measure. It took three of them to decide if they had any port...More
First time visitors to Christchurch so not familiar with the area and places to eat. Our group only wanted a snack, sandwich etc as having main meal in the evening elsewhere in the town. However disappointed to find they don't do sandwiches. We did walk...More
Last time I went for a beer here punk music was in the charts and Maggie Thatcher was prime minister. I thought of all the pubs in Christchurch this is one that couldn't change, but unfortunately it has. Half the bar has been lost to...More
Last time we visited was July 15 and it was a lovely pub. This time, the staff had absolutely no idea about customer service, the barman Tom just grunted at me. The other staff were just as bad with no idea how to serve people....More
This is a pub with a lot of history and still maintains it's quirkiness with things like exposed lathe walls, however, the food was not anything to shout about. We had a roast and the beef was chewy and the roast potatoes were inedible, they...More
Loved !Loved! Loved ! You have to go here when they have Jazz night, we went on a Tuesday. With the great food and music you can't go wrong.