Reviews on Pub food in Farnham, England, United Kingdom. Farnham is a town in Surrey, England, within the Borough of Waverley. The town is 34.5 miles (55.5 km) southwest of London in the extreme west of Surrey, adjacent to the border with Hampshire. By road, Guildford is 11 miles (17 km) to the east and Winchester a further 28 miles (45 km) along the same axis as London. Farnham is the largest town in Waverley, and one of the five largest conurbations in Surrey. It is of historic interest, with many old buildings, including a number of Georgian houses. Farnham Castle overlooks the town. A short distance southeast of the town centre are the ruins of Waverley Abbey, Moor Park House and Mother Ludlam's Cave. Farnham is twinned with Andernach in Germany. It is drained by the River Wey (North Branch) which is navigable only to canoes at this point.
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4 based on 285 reviews
Great Grandad, Grandpa (me), Ellie and Tom, with little Ben visited The Bluebell for lunch together. We booked a table in advance (good call) and were very well looked after by the staff. Meals were lovely and generous - Great Grandad finished his steak, but Ellie and Tom finished the rest... My haddock and chips was perfect. Crowning glory was the way that the guys made sure we were all happy, including little Ben, who is currently at 'finger food' stage of development, which can be quite messy. We asked for a dustpan and brush to clean up after him - the lovely young lady looking after us wouldn't let us do it! We had a great meal together. Thank you, staff at The Bluebell!
4 based on 654 reviews
Under new management and now serving fresh, seasonal dishes cooked by passionate chefs. Food is locally sourced wherever possible and served in a welcoming and friendly environment. We serve a great pint of local ale too!
Nice pub/restaurant decor and atmosphere.Good beer.Service - very friendly and willing. (Personal preference - stop saying "no problem"!!!)I chose the "Planet Burger" with salad instead of bun. It reads well on the menu but, in reality, was a medium-thickness 'limp' patty. Not much texture or 'chewability' but topped with two small pieces of aubergine. If only restaurants could use, or find an equivalent, for a Quorn quarter-pounder or, best of all, the McCartney Mozzarella Burger?My partner had the mushroom stroganoff which certainly tasted nice. When he politely asked "is there any more coming?", as the portion was a bit small, our server immediately said yes of course, no quibble, and came back a few mins later with another part-portion. 10/10 for that!!!Yes, I'd certainly eat there again. Quite reasonable, too.
4 based on 363 reviews
Your first time here you might find us a little difficult to find as the pub is down an un-adopted lane in the bottom of a valley, backing on to the Bourne stream. "The Bat" is a traditional country/village pub retaining the charm and atmosphere of what a
Nice place, nice people, nice food. I had mutton curry which was really nice, so much better than most pub curries. My wife had trout which was less successful because the samphire was tough. It turns out their supplier has switched from wild to farmed and it's not as tender as it was. So if they know there's a problem why are they still serving it? Desserts were good although a few of the ice-cream flavours were unavailable.Despite the minor issue we liked it and we'll go back.
4 based on 933 reviews
The Duke is an award-winning pub located in the quintessential village of Tilford, near Farnham in Surrey, forming part of the Red Mist Leisure family of pubs. Offering a terrace and large pub garden with a dedicated bar and grill enabling you to relax in
We came here for lunch on Saturday after visiting Alice Holt forest, which is about a 10 min drive away. We had booked a table inside but with 3 kids and 3 dogs in tow and the weather being beautiful we managed to get a table in the garden, where there is a bar and also a large play area for the kids. The inside and the pub terrace are lovely, but are definitely suited more to adults, the garden was where most families gathered. Unfortunately the garden menu is much more limited than the inside menu, which was a shame, with the choices limited to 4 - burger, chicken pie, fish and chips and veggie option Gnocci. Thankfully we all found a choice to our liking. In the garden you pay at the bar and give a table number.Food wise there were no complaints, the burger i had was very tasty and worth the Â£15 it cost. the kids meals were also substantial and polished off. They have a large selection of beers and wines, and even better they have an onsite Brewery in the adjacent coach house, so they had 2 or 3 of their 'Tilford Brewery' products on tap in the pub.Overall, this is a really nice, family orientated pub which i would definitely come back to. Next time though i think i would try inside and have more choice.Hi Russy,Thank you for taking the time to leave such a detailed and positive review, of your recent experience with us. We hope to see you again very soon!Kind regardsKatie
4 based on 283 reviews
Public House in Farnham Surrey concentrating on serving home made traditional pub fayre alongside good quality beer, lager and wine. Situated inside one of Europe's largest roundabouts the Shepherd and Flock boasts a large dining room, cosy bar area, a fr
We had a delightful Sunday roast here a few weeks ago. Great taste, good portion size and wonderful service.
4 based on 370 reviews
The Mulberry Farnham caters for a variety of customers, with cosy fireplaces and sofas for intimate gatherings, 17 delicious homemade gourmet burgers, a large area for parties and great buffet food, somewhere to relax and unwind at the end of a busy day i
Was recommended the mulberry for an event and was really lovely.Never knew it had a garden which was a great area for private event.Food was really nice and my vegetarian guests were really impressed, especially the vegan.Laura could not have been more helpful in helping me to arrange this lovely evening.What also makes it great is a private room available if weather is unkind!!Thoroughly recommend
4 based on 756 reviews
The Spotted Cow at Lower Bourne is a child and dog friendly country inn, hidden in a four acre wooded garden on the edge of Farnham, Surrey. We serve good, home made pub food, real ales & great wines in a tranquil & secluded setting.
Staff were excellent- very welcoming and friendly. We were celebrating an 80th birthday. Staff catered very well for family member with a garlic allergy and there was a good range of choices for him. Food all very fresh and delicious. Lovely atmosphere. Good choice of real ale. Spacious garden which is safe for children to play in and lovely walks from the doorstep.Thank you for your kind feedback.We hope to see you again soon
4 based on 444 reviews
We have been here a couple of times now for Sunday lunch - with family and friends - as its reasonably local. The food is excellent and well cooked. Beware - portions are quite large, so don't eat beforehand!The menu has a lot of choices, and the actual Sunday roasts are delicious. We were impressed that we were asked how we wanted the beef cooked. Nice choice of veggies, and the best mashed potato I've had for ages.Lovely starters - definitely recommend the scotch egg.Sadly, have only managed the desserts once - but again really great.Staff are friendly and service is good.In the summer we took the grandchildren and sat in the garden which was lovely.
4 based on 327 reviews
The Queenâs Head is a welcoming traditional pub in the heart of Farnham. We not only offer first class real ales, fine wine and tasty food, but it has been said that we have the âbest bar staff in townâ. We have a relaxed atmosphere in the day, opening fo
What a friendly place the service was excellent and the food was plentiful and so tasty can thoroughly recommend
4 based on 657 reviews
We visited this pub with our friends after seeing it advertised on a local Facebook page and we were not disappointed. What a fantastic little setting, down a step drive sits this little jewel in the Surrey countryside.We all opted for the Sunday Roast and what a great size portion you get served with fresh vegetables, two of the party had the beef, one the lamb and the other ham. All of us commented how nice each meat was. Puddings are freshly made on site, again beautiful, being stuffed from the main each couple shared a pudding.They have a couple of beers available.The unique selling point is the actual donkeys in the garden, obviously fenced in !!! They have carrots on a table so that you can feed them.The reason I only gave four stars is the room in the conservatory, it all just felt a little crammed and you are on top of each other other than that it would be 5.We will definitely go again....
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