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Miller & Carter, Old Malden, Worcester Park

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Church Road
Worcester Park
KT4 7RD

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Harvester (Mitchells & Butlers)

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Rex Rattus left this review about Miller & Carter Worcester Park

Mitchell & Butler have now rebranded this pub into their Miller & Carter Steakhouse chain. It's still as much of a restaurant as it was when it was a Harvester. As before, the restaurant area is on the left as you enter, with the bar area on the right. The outside seating is still there at the front, the "Dick Turpin" snug bar is essentially unchanged, and there's still no real ale. Not much change then; although the menu is a bit different.

On 14th November 2017 - rating: 3
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Moby Duck left this review about The Plough

What can I say, Its a Harvester, no ale but the Lager was cold.

On 10th September 2016 - rating: 3
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Old Blue left this review about The Plough

A Harvester in which we were indeed intercepted by a menu-waving waitress on our way in one recent Sunday early evening, but managed to escape to the bar area which as others have commented is much more pleasant and traditional than the eating area. Alas the place was busier than the staff could cope with, and we eventually gave up on getting served a drink and went elsewhere. Our subsequent visit one Saturday evening found it very quiet, but still involved a seemingly endless wait at the bar whilst the barman was a few feet away chatting with the other two people who were there. On presenting myself right in front of him he make some ridiculous remark about not having wanted to move away from his till. In the absence of any real ale, the lager I eventually received didn’t seem to have been worth the wait. Maybe I just picked a couple of bad times to go in, but I don’t expect to return.

On 16th November 2013 - rating: 3
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Nick Davies left this review about The Plough

Plough Green is the village green of the original village of Morden, a sleepy backwater until the coming of the railways and now submerged by suburbia. The Plough is a grade 2 listed building dating back to the fifteenth century, though much altered and extended over the years. It is now one of M&B's downmarket Harvester grill chain, complete with their 'famous' salad cart for those with strong immune systems. That bit is on the left, and you are likely to get intercepted by a menu waving waitress if you enter that way. Go through the right hand door and you enter the bar area which is a more interesting affair and remains fairly traditional, with some vaguely original features, including the Dick Turpin bar described by Rex below.

If you don't like real ale (there isn't any) and like screaming kids (it's a Harvester) you'll be happy.

On 9th May 2013 - rating: 3
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Rex Rattus left this review about The Plough

This a Harvester so you know what you are going to get in the way of food. But I have to say that it is pretty good value for what you are paying. The interior of the pub is like every other Harvester you've been in. The best feature of the the pub is the rather old "Dick turpin Bar", which is essentially a very small room with some small, narrow banquette seating, and two or three tables. There are also some tables out in the front of the pub. My main gripe is that they don't sell a real ale; it's too much trouble I suppose. A "pub" having nothing worth drinking is a major flaw in my opinion, and for an establishment with the number of visitors that this place gets not bothering to offer at least one real ale is a pretty poor show.

On 26th November 2009 - rating: 3
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