Anglers since refurbishment

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Anglers since refurbishment

Post by Davros » Sat Mar 03, 2018 11:37 am

Popped into the reincarnated Anglers last night for a look at the new refurb. All very nice and new, with the first floor now available to all and with the small bar in the corner in use for drinks.
First review on Tripadvisor doesn’t bode well but time will tell.
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Re: Anglers since refurbishment

Post by magnolia » Sat Mar 03, 2018 10:37 pm

Saw some photos - best it's looked for a long time.

Menu has stuff that appeals to me.

Thirty-five quid for a bottle of Prosecco seems a bit steep for a pub.

Edit
Went to The Ivy Brasserie in Cobham for brunch the other day.
Food - a little above average. Some nice options.
Puddings - unimpressive (Didn't order but I tried everybody else's. Hate people who do that).
Service - depends. Some very professional staff but also some useless. Watched several others parties arriving after us for lunch, wait thirty minutes just to order drinks.
Loved the tableware.
Overall, enjoyable. Avoid busy times as it looked like they had difficulty coping.

Edit too
Prosecco £34.00
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