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The Wheatsheaf
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$11 - US$16
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Good for: Business meetings, Child-friendly, Bar Scene, Groups, Local cuisine, Special Occasion Dining, Romantic
Dining options: After-hours, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Reservations, Takeout
Reviewed 8 February 2014

Braishfield is very lucky to have such a friendly, active public house within its village. The food is excellent and generous, the welcome friendly and it is clear that the staff do everything in their power to respond to the people who visit. A good meal, with good ingredients. Thank you very much.

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Thank ReginaldFluff
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Reviewed 7 February 2014

went here for lunch yesterday and had a very good meal, from an extensive menu all reasonably priced, friendly staff, lovely fire and also dog friendly, unfortunately it is nearly 30 miles from where we live but will go back again and will make it a meeting place for friends and family, well done

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Thank 66chuck
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Reviewed 27 December 2013

My wife and I live locally (3 miles away) but with a number of recent changes in management had stopped going to the Wheatsheaf. The other day on a whim we decided to call in for lunch on a weekday. We both chose the lamb chops. They turned out to be locally sourced and full of flavour. It was a bit of a struggle to eat all three (each) but a bit of dedication resolved that. Food was excellent, good flavour, nicely cooked and well presented. The new management (been there for about 18 months I think) is very keen to run it as a good local village pub with a good but not expensive pub menu. They certainly seem to be succeeding. We'll certainly be going back again. Oh, we were also there on Christmas Day at lunch time for a couple of pints. The place was heaving, full of locals. The pub has certainly been adopted by the village.

Recommended.

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Reviewed 19 December 2013

Apple sauce in a bun does not qualify for a hog roast! After one bite I felt cheated. There was also no mustard or no attempt to serve me any from the kitchen. This place is lame.

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Thank Wonruc81
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Reviewed 16 November 2013 via mobile

I have driven past lots of time but never stopped as car park alway looked empty. Thought we would give it a go as it has a board outside saying family friendly. We have 3 children and family friendly is important but they had no children's menu. My husband has beef that was tuff and chewy he could not eat it but they were very good and did not charge us for it.
It was busy in there and with 3 children did feel in the way it was a little cold and I kept the children coats on but decor was nice.
Would be nice just the two of us but family friendly it was not.

1  Thank Winchester19
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