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Ok it was a Monday lunchtime but the place was dead.
Total of three people came and went in 75 minutes.
Asked for a menu from two members of staff who were far too engrossed in a long conversation to serve this solitary customer.
Walked the length and breadth of Newport and this has to be the best pub! Nice beer (Sam Smith), no background music, just a quiet, relaxed atmosphere. Surrounded by historic charm - if you need a quiet escape for a pint or two, this is...More
A League of Gentlemen Royston Vasey vibe.
No patrons, no ambience, No WiFi, No phone signal, no music, no TV's.
Drinks are expensive with even a small lime soda costing over £2!
Toilets are basic and have no access for disabled people.
Serves the usual...More
Popped in for a pint which was an old fashioned Youngs bitter and a keg cider. The place was nearly deserted on a Thursday afternoon so I hope that it is busier at other times as it will go out of business otherwise. Plenty of...More
The Murenger is not a pub. Forget about pubs. The Murenger is a way of life. These ancient timbers exhale the centuries. The landlord is wise and learned. The shelves are laden with books. The conversation is smart, even the floorboards join in, squeaking in...More
I honestly don't know why I haven't reviewed the Murenger before since I've going there since 1972 when I first came to Newport. Now I live in Monmouth my visits are less frequent but neverheless regular. It's hard to have 'a local' when you live...More
From the moment we stepped inside the atmosphere was very friendly.
This pub is a gem. We ate fish and chips which were freshly cooked and served with a smile. It was indeed very quiet but that for us was a bonus as we were...More