The Hare and Hounds, Claygate - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2079) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Fruit machines
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating, Disabled toilet
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|visited the Hare and Hounds at Claygate today for Sunday Lunch. We had booked a table for 2pm which was just as well as the pub was very busy. There were three of us, two of us has the roast beef and one the lamb. The meat was excellent and served with roast pots, yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese, corgettes, swede and carrots. Service was very good and attentive. The deserts were well presented too.|
Two courses were £ 14.50 and worth every penny for the quality. The pub itself is well decorated and clean, I would highly recommend.
johnbtp - 14 Nov 2010 18:58
|Nice pub, the decor has obviously been attended to recently to draw more of the Surrey crowd. A smart move would be to add more vegetables to each food order. Why such a miniscule portion of peas to accompany a big serving of battered fish? Including wider range of vegetarian options might entice some moneyed Esher folk south...|
Otherwise, pleasant service.
Cate4U - 2 Aug 2010 16:52
|Stopped by for a quick drink at lunchtime today. Very pleasant welcome from the French lady at the bar. All I had was a small glass of wine but I was looked after very well and professionally. The dinner menu looks good; I will definitely return to try it!|
tapis - 26 May 2010 16:42
|I think Lipstick has got it right, and as mccomb has gone quiet Hamptonhunter was probably right about his identity, or else he's shifted his caravan to infiltrate another part of the countryside. We normally visit the pub early evening, and find it relaxed, non-theatening, and with a French-based menu which is more varied than most other nearby pubs. I like the place, but then I remember it 60 years ago when it had a dead oak tree outside that was hollow in the middle allowing a 7 year old to climb inside through the crack and emerge at the top. |
bumble1 - 17 May 2010 15:22
|a lovely pub, with a beautiful garden, i really enjoyed the banter with the staff and being to be made to feel very welcome on my first visit, also no issues with having kids with me which is a great relief, thanks|
ben1234 - 21 Apr 2010 19:45
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