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Bar Malden, New Malden - pub details

Bar Malden

Address: 1-3 St. Georges Square, High St, New Malden, Surrey, KT3 4DQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 527) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations New Malden (0.1 miles), Motspur Park (1 mile), Berrylands (1.1 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 52 users)
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user reviews of Bar Malden, New Malden

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A very non descript pub from the outside which is located near the station. A fair sized bar with a large comfortable lounge. It was rather quiet when I was in there on a mid Saturday afternoon. There was a reasonable selection of real ales on the bar.
boozers_knows - 27 Oct 2011 13:58
Its absolutely disgusting - last time we ate there, we asked what the "special sausages" on the menu were. The waiter asked the chef and even he didn't know!

But that was a while ago. What we have now is a nasty, vomit-surrounded mess. I walked past it from the train station at around midnight on Saturday, avoiding the lumps of sick, to be met by a guy being held up by his mates as he threw up outside the pub. When they have live music, the racket down the entire High Street is dreadful.
LadyFuschia - 20 Jul 2010 12:00
Actually does a fair range of beers. It's dangerously close to being a Wetherspoons at a higher price though given all the posters around the place but will give another go when around the area.
Oakman100 - 27 Jan 2010 19:41
Situated as it is in the podium of a large 70's office block, this place certainly will not win any awards for character. Despite some of the previous reviews however, my visit on Sunday afternoon was quite pleasant and the pub and clientele were perfectly civilised. I do accept however that pubs can be very different places at different times.
The front entrance leads to a wooden floored area with a few traditional four seater tables plus longer tables with bench seats. Up a couple of steps to the main room with the bar on the side wall. A plasma on the end wall was showing football. There are a couple of alcoves off the main area offering seclusion.
A surprising range, I felt, Jennings Cross Buttock (odd name!), Ringwood Porter, Wychwood Hobgoblin and Brakspears Bitter, discounted at 1.99.
It's part of the Marstons Taverns chain, and I did feel that a lot of the adverts around for cheap food and drink deals gave a bit of a 'Spoons feel to the place.
Nevertheless I felt the place fine for an afternoon pint and I'd pop in again.
Maldenman - 18 Jan 2010 09:51
Where does one begin with this place ? Full of kids at weekends , young girls with large expanses of flesh showing , young guys consuming vast quantities of alcohol as they ogle all that flesh , toilets that really I wouldnt let my dog use , sitting underneath a huge office block with a lovely view of the shitty railway bridge & Tesco Express . Force 9 gale blowing outside if you want a fag ( but I'm nothing if not fair & the manager cant do much about the weather ) & more often than not , particularly at the weekend , a long wait to be served at the bar only to then be told that the beer I want is unavailable . Apart from all that , it's great ! Well maybe that's a bit of an overstatement ......... on second thoughts it's the pits . Handy for the bus stop though .
naja - 8 Jan 2009 23:43

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