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The Berrylands, Berrylands, Surbiton

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107 Chiltern Drive
Phone: 02083994043
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Moby Duck left this review about The Berrylands

Still as described below,beers on were Greene King IPA and IPA Gold, Hardy & Hansons Olde Trip and Youngs Special, so not much of great interest.There was a Breakfast menu as well as a main menu for later in the day. It's ok but nothing particularly special.

On 4th May 2017 - rating: 5
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Berrylands

Large 1930s suburban pub of the roadhouse type, but located next to the eponymous station in this case. Retains a split-level, two-bar layout; one with a further seating area down some more steps. Fairly basic furniture and decor, but tidy. Plenty of patio seating out front. Reasonably-priced menu. Only two of four handpumps on the main counter were working, dispensing the regular Youngs Ordinary and the guest Bingham Delta (£3.20 for a pint but later just £1.25 for a half - obviously wrong, "but that's what the till says"). Several more handpumps in the public bar (where the pool tables and dart board are located).

On 13th July 2014 - rating: 6
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Rex Rattus left this review about The Berrylands

The pub sign still has this as “The Berry”, as does another bit of exterior signage, but the original “Berrylands” name is still on the parapet, as well as on the menus inside, so it’s still the Berrylands as far as I’m concerned. There are still three distinct drinking areas – the area on the left has a couple of pool tables and several tall tables/tall stools; the central area is furnished solely with tall tables/tall stools; but the larger area on the right has normal tables and chairs, plus a sofa and a few bucket armchairs. This area is mainly carpeted. There are also a few picnic benches outside.

There are four handpumps in the central bar and three in the left hand “sports” bar. There were three ales on – Young’s Bitter, GKIPA (£3 a pint), and Pilgrim progress (£.30 a pint), with Wells/Dogfish Head DNA “coming soon”. The three pumps in the sports bar repeated the ales in the in the central bar when i was in, but are clearly in use as the barman went over there to pull my pint of Progress. Food was available on Thursday afternoon, and seemed to be very reasonably priced with most sarnies at £3.75 but with then classic bacon sarny at £2.75. Main courses are in the £6.50 - £8.50 range, with the Berrylands burger/chips at £7.50. There’s a disabled toilet on the ground floor, and I saw a sign referring to a recent ale festival.

This just has to be an inter-war station pub, and still serves its original purpose in providing a local for the area around Berrylands Station. It’s much the same as several other staion pubs in this part of the world. It’s nothing exceptional, but it does have a reasonable ale choice at reasonable prices. Not a destination pub by any means, but it’s good that it’s still here for the residents of Berryland as there’s not another pub for miles.

On 11th May 2014 - rating: 6
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Pub location see interactive map of local area
Map location corrected by Malden man
Berrylands, 0.16 miles, 3 min walk (show)
Surbiton, 1.28 miles, 24 min walk (show)
Norbiton, 1.67 miles, 32 min walk (show)
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27th Apr 2020, 22:39
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27th Apr 2020, 22:31
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  • Pool Table : Yes last updated 24 May 2010 by Moby Duck
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 24 May 2010 by Moby Duck
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