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The Star Inn, Romsey

13 The Horsefair
SO51 8EZ

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Moby Duck left this review about The Star Inn

A basic locals pub just away from the main town centre. A single opened out front room with a a few normal sized tables and chairs scattered around. Only two beers on first thing Sunday morning, Andwell King John and St Austell Tribute the latter being in good shape.
A reasonably decent pub.

On 6th August 2017 - rating: 7
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Quinno _ left this review about The Star Inn

No longer a Wadworth tied house. Open plan multiple refurb mish-mash interior with a faintly loungey left side and faintly public bar right side. Bar is to the left with a bespoke bar back that has a built-in leaded glass spirits cupboard. Predominantly a locals place and fairly friendly, the old skool guv’nor made a point of saying hello and goodbye. Wood burner spotted. Four pumps with two on and local ales at that - Bowman Wallops (decent nick) and Red Cat Prowler. Jukey. Whilst not one to get over-excited about, it’s worth having a look if you’re in town. 6.5

On 27th January 2016 - rating: 7
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Old Boots left this review about The Star Inn

The erstwhile brewery tap for Strongs of Romsey, once a major regional brewery that fell to the long gone Whitbread Empire in 1969, now a Wadworths pub, who would have forecast that? Single bar with a plain drinking area with darts and machine at one end and a more relaxed area with a big screen and sofa at the other. Four pumps selling the Wadworths range; 6X, Horizon, Henrys and JCB plus a cider, lager and Wadworth’s own smooth. Friendly staff and customers, the punters are a bit younger than some Romsey pubs but this isn’t a creche. Pleasant decoration with ceiling beams covered in drinking steins and lots of pictures of old Romsey on the walls. There is often live music here which is always a bonus.

On 12th November 2009 - no rating submitted
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