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The Greedy Goose, Moreton-In-Marsh

Pub added by hondo .
Salford Hill
Chastleton
Postal town: Moreton-In-Marsh
GL56 0SP

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Nick Davies left this review about The Greedy Goose

Remains as described by K below. Not many people about on a midweek afternoon, just as well as there's not much outdoor seating, just the verandah, for those of us uncomfortable about sitting inside.

It seems to exist as much as for those using its campsite as a roadside pub. Just North Cotswold Best available, which, judging by the struggle to pour a full pint and its distinctly hazy nature once this had been achieved was being served a day too soon. Didn't taste too bad, mind.

Covid regs present and correct, though bizarrely they didn't sell crisps etc as, according to the barman, doing so involves too much handling. I've no idea how shops manage.

It's OK for what it is. It's a struggle finding an all-day open pub around here outside the towns, even late in the week, so I guess beggars can't be choosers

On 21st August 2020 - rating: 5
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Komakino . left this review about The Greedy Goose

This country pub is located opposite a T-junction on the A44 Oxford-Evesham road and styles itself as a "bar and restaurant". You enter from the gravelled car park via a raised decking area into the bar, which occupies the small left-hand wall with seating in front. Two separate dining areas are located through an open doorway to the left and ahead and right, although the bar area seemed to be commandeered by diners as well on my visit as well as one or two braving it out on the aforementioned decking on a clement October Sunday. Ales were Ringwood Boon Doggle, and two from North Cotswold - Best and Windrush, with a third (Shagweaver) turned around. The Windrush was in OK shape and came in at £1.75 for a half. Not brilliant, but a cursory nod with regards the local ale selection, when they could have played safe, so an additional point meted out accordingly.

On 24th October 2016 - rating: 5
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