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A real gem at the southern end of the High Street, 10 well kept ales on hand pump, plus 4 ciders, great pub food choice including classics such as cottage pie, liver and onions, fish and chips etc, friendly bar service and a real fire...More
A large group of colleagues from work on a Christmas do. Landlady obviously didn’t like the fact there was a large group of us spending money in her pub.. she wasn’t very friendly and aggressively slammed drinks down on the table and made rude remarks...More
Went here to celebrate my brother s 60th birthday with other family members, nice pub nice beer but the landlady is just dam right rude, talk about make you feel unwelcome, if she dislikes serving people so much she seriously needs a career change. Felt...More
went to Chequers on Saturday 3rd Nov 2018, firstly we stood at the restaurant for 10 minutes to be ignored by the staff, when they finally spoke to us and asked if we wanted a table they said they were full in the restaurant but...More
This pub is quite difficult to locate but worth locating. The food is delicious, absolutely delicious. The pub is clean and tidy and the service is excellent. I will definitely be returning. Pub is a bit tired but I didn’t care because everything else was...More
Visited today before the football game against Stevenage. The young lady behind the bar was lovely - welcoming and helpful. The beer (Camden Pale) was well-kept and was a decent pint. Me and my wife had the sausage and onion sandwich with chips, which was...More
Pretty typical pub with a typical pub menu and selection of beers. It is a Greene King pub.
That all said, it is a fine place to have dinner and a beer. Good portion of fish as one whole piece (half a fish) with mushy...More