Ship Inn, Owslebury - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13663) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating
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|Very pleasantly surprised after all the recent poor reviews! This pub has changed hands just in the last couple of months. The current owners are really friendly and served us tasty, fresh and reasonably priced sandwiches -good choice of fillings on crusty bread or baguettes. Being a Sunday, a roast was also on offer - looked really nice but we resisted as we might not have wanted to carry on with our walk! Lovely spot for lunch in brilliant walking country! Please ignore the comments relating to previous landlords and try this pub out! We'll be going back! |
MarionB - 6 Nov 2011 19:48
|We had an interesting lunch here. Although the food was pleasant enough, with a eastern/Caribbean flavour, it just didn't feel right in a country pub in Hampshire. And it did take an age for it to arrive. |
Could be an amazing pub with a little more attention to detail. Beer was very good but the coke was expensive and flat. Will return in the summer to try again because overall it was pleasant.
marcusford - 10 Mar 2011 10:31
|Friendly pub on a weekday lunchtime, basic village local style, Greeneking so usual boring ale selection of speckled hen and ipa, food was affordable £7 baguette but decent fillings and sides, plus interesting mains - suspect the Caribbean influence still on the menu with jerk chicken - less than £10 for a main in general. Huge garden and kiddies climbing/tube/slide arrangement. Looks rougher than it looks for the area, but anywhere else would be a decent rural local- darts and everything. Shame its GreeneKing styled the chain just bores me.|
parmantom - 7 Mar 2011 15:43
|A group of us enjoyed bar snacks in the garden on a recent Thursday. No problems! Decent food, pleasantly and promptly served. The only surprise was how empty the place was, both inside and out. A few summers ago it would have been packed. We enjoyed it!|
compostmentis - 29 Jul 2010 15:44
|We were delighted by the position of this pub but horrified by the price of the non-alcoholic drinks. A ginger beer was £2 as was a small bottle of tonic - this made a gin and tonic cost £4.60. Food too was pricey. We won't be returning.|
janefos - 27 Dec 2009 20:38
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