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The Eagle and Sun, Droitwich - pub details

Address: Hanbury Rd, Droitwich, Worcestershire, WR9 7DX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20032) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Droitwich Spa (2.1 miles), Bromsgrove (5.2 miles)

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Mid 19th century roadside pub with conservatory overlooking the junction of the Birmingham to Worcester Canal and the Droitwich Canal. The pub itself lacks much character being basically an open-plan L shape. Renowned for its carvery, we had to pre-order food in almost minute detail but that didn't prevent us from enjoying what we had ordered after we had completed the Hanbury Circular Walk. The beers I tried were Purity Mad Goose and Bewdley Worcestershire Way, both quite good but neither deserving a repeat order (didn't try the Doom Bar).
paul_d102 - 26 Jan 2020 14:33
Very food-oriented pub, with a big buffet/carvery on as well as a regular menu when I was there. Food was good, beer acceptable, came back for a second visit. Very busy on both evenings we went in.
JBanana - 10 Jun 2018 11:11
Entered through the beer garden, where all the tables had empties, through the restaurant, where all the tables were covered with used plates to a bar literally covered in used glasses. This was a Monday night. Either the busiest pub in the world or staffed by people who don't tidy up. Had a pint of real ale works - not seen before - which was excellent.
Mappiman - 7 Jul 2014 23:33
Re-opened 2 weeks ago after being purchased and re-furbished by the small Number Works pub chain.

The Eagle & Sun is definetly set up as a dining rather than drinking place but that isn't really a problem The food menu is great - all meals priced at either 2 (basically the Kids menu), 4, 6 or 8. We dined from a mixture of the 4 and 6 options and the portions were pretty generous! Prompt and efficient service and well managed.

The beer on offer was Wye Valley HPA or Doombar both under 3 and the barman was more than happy to change the barrel when one pint was taken back.

Now open all day every day from 1000 with food served until 2100. Although they clearly don't really cater for drinkers after 2100 we were under no pressure to leave and stayed for several more drinks.

An excellent place. Perhaps some other canalside pubs recently taken over by small pub groups (ie The Dundas Arms at Kintbury) should send their managers here to see what can be achieved.
cheshirecat - 8 Oct 2012 11:57
Keep getitng caught out by the opening times, they close for a few hours in the middle of the day/early evening and we always seem to be passing then. From these write ups it seems they close later early as well, we may never make it.

DudleyC - 18 Mar 2012 22:25

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