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Waggon & Horses, Sudbury

Pub added by Graham Mason
Church Walk
Sudbury
CO10 1HJ
Phone: 01787312147

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Aqualung . left this review about Waggon & Horses

This former Greene King house was closed for some time but is now owned by the Nethergate brewery. It's a long narrow building and the same inside consisting of an open plan room with a small bar near the entrance. A narrow open area stretches down to the left of the bar while over to the right there is a smaller area.
The whole place seemed to be food orientated, certainly on my early Thursday afternoon visit.
The bar has four hand pumps which had one unused, Growler Bitter, White Park Oast House and Empire Autumn Pale. I went for the White Park beer (£3.50) which was in good condition.
I thought this place was OK but seemed a bit too food orientated.

On 9th November 2016 - rating: 7
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train man left this review about Waggon & Horses

Beware, closed 3-7pm (Mon-Thurs), 3-5pm (Fri). No rating left.

On 21st June 2009 - no rating submitted
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Roger Button left this review about Waggon & Horses

A short stroll from the town centre, the W&H was easily the best pub on our Sudbury session by a country mile although finding it closed until 7.00 on a Saturday night nearly meant we nearly didn't get there at all. Entrance is through a courtyard and glazed conservatory and from the central bar a series of extended rooms branch off. The main room has sewing machine tables and possibly 2 of the smallest snugs in any pub. At the far end is a separate pool table section. The other direction appeared to be more of a dining area although it was pretty full. Several old adverts and signs adorn the walls and these are complemented by displays of old Oxo and Colmans Mustard tins, miniatures, cigarette cards and other nick nacks. The ubiquitous Greene King IPA was supplemented by 2 guest beers (Old Hooky and Golden Glow on our trip). Good service and friendly locals – we ended up staying for much longer than we planned which is always the sign of a particularly good pub. Highly recommended.

On 26th March 2008 - rating: 7
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