Red Lion (Egham) Reviews
Description:52 High Street, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9EW. Tel: 08721 077 077
Newest Review: ... a 1970's time warp bar with three people having lunch in the corner. On reflection we should have followed any atmosphere straight out of the back door and kept walking. The barmaid looked positively disappointed when we wanted to order food (at lunchtime - I ask you!) and made no apology for the presence of a single ale on hand pump, despite an extensive list of tempting ales on a ... more
Customer Red Lion (Egham) Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/08/09 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Having found myself in "Historic Egham" at lunchtime with a work colleague, we decided we would go for a quick pub lunch. Both of us enjoy a pint of real ale, so we started by going into the White Lion (stick with me here - there is a logical progression to this!) After looking through the door, seeing no-one behind the bar or anywhere else, we left in search of a warmer welcome... and found the Red Lion in the High Street. The outside looked promising (signs referring to Real Ales in the plural and Home Made Hot Food). We entered a 1970's time warp bar with three people having lunch in the corner. On reflection we should have followed any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/09 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Wow. I can honestly say I have never, ever paid for poorer food and service in my life. But I am getting ahead of myself. From the outside, this looks a charming, village centre real ale pub in so-called 'Historic Egham". How wrong that impression is. The decor looks to be around 20 years old. Despite boards advertising a number of real ales, there was but one session ale (at 3.8%) on, and nothing else. When I asked, no apology was given. The ale was in decent condition, but was nothing special. They also served lager, and some wines, though not a huge selection, from what I could tell. Before ordering food, I should have looked around. There ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Red Lion (Egham)
The Royal Arch Bar (Broughty Ferry) - Cheap, good portions, tasty food, somewhere different, good service A bit dark to start with, toilets aren't the nicest.
Fox and Hounds (Stony Stratford) - Home made meals reasonably priced None really
The Pump House (Liverpool) - Great value lunches Not the healthiest of food perhaps but it's only once in a while
The Lion Inn (North York Moors) - Beautiful location, gorgeous food, loads of atmosphere I don't live near enough to go more often
The Worlds End (Bradford-on-Tone) - Quality food, reasonable prices, spotlessly clean, cosy..... Addictive!
|More products in Pub / Bar National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Fayre & Square Nickelodeon (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)|
Great Food. Nice Location.
None for me.
|Three Tuns Inn (Bransgore, Dorset)|
Excellent food, cosy for a drink, accepts dogs, next to the forest
|Litten Tree (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)|
Hit & miss music
|The White Swan Wythall (Birmingham)|
Good Location. Nice food.
None for me :)
|The Pack Horse Wythall (Birmingham)|
After work drinks. Good Atmosphere
Car parking is awkward
|Pubs / Bars in Leighton Buzzard in general|
|Coach and Horses Pub (Brixworth, Northamptonshire)|
It's local to where we live so we don't need to drive
There are better alternatives nearby
|Pubs / Bars in Dorchester||Pubs / Bars in Holt|
|The Golden Lion (Southwick, Hampshire)|
Very good food in quiet surroundings
Access to toilets is outside