The staff were very nice and the location was lovely. However, the food was very poor and a big disappointment.
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If you are after a lovely Sunday lunch in a beautifully quaint country pub, you can certainly not go wrong with a visit this delightful establishment The Abinger Hatch, nestled in the beautiful Surrey countryside. Three of my companions opted to sample the starters. Two...More
Marked down to 4 star as they had run out of whitebait starter and also did not offer custard with the apple crumble. Friendly service and good selection of beer.
Popped in here on a Sunday at noon. Ordered two Sunday roasts- one beef and one lamb. The beef was overdone (though the portion was generous)- that will teach me to read the menu correctly, pot roast is not the same as oven roast and...More
Burger and chips didn't really merit the price - the burger needed some relish. Staff tried hard but don't think I''d go again.
We recently returned with visiting American friends and had an excellent lunch after visiting Leith Hill & Tower. We (and they) really liked the pub's ambiance and were well served by the staff. Ok the décor may be now a little tired but the food...More
First time I've ever found the Abinger Hatch disappointing (and slightly puzzling). After a long country walk my friend and I stopped here for lunch on a weekday. Publican/chap on bar was gruff and slightly peremptory -- no other customers, really, so clearly this is...More
Although the website gallery shows the pub looking inviting, decor was looking tired (paint peeling in doorway, toilet and restaurant decor now looking scruffy).Bland white rolls, sausage skin was very tough and my friend found it more appetising to peel this off. Small amount of...More