The Castle Inn (Rowland's Castle) Reviews
Description:1 Finchdean Road, Rowland's Castle, Hampshire PO9 6DA Tel. 02392 412494. / Castle Inn has open fires, wood panelling, ... more
The Castle Inn (Rowland's Castle) ... flagstone and timber floors. An old traditional pub which prides itself on good ale, good food and old fashioned hospitality. Located directly opposite Stansted Park which is an impressive 500 acres of Trust woodland, there are lots of walks around including the South Down Way. Food is freshly prepared on the premises and we are famous for our handmade pies, which include favourites such as steak & ale, chicken & ham, chicken & leek etc. Our non smoking restaurant and lounge offer you a comfortable environment to dine or enjoy a drink, or you can choose to dine al fresco in the summer. Because of our popularity booking is recommended for food in the evenings and at weekends. We are also proud of our well kept real ales, which is much appreciated by the real ale drinker.
Newest Review: ... out so wrong and so slow!!! i waited an hour and a half) It was burnt to a crisp - so I asked the waitress what would be a quick replacement and she sugested the home made burger, so i waited a further 15 mins for this, when I cut it in half it was RAW!! now I have done my food hygiene and I know that minced food harbours more bacteria and must be cooked thoroughly!! obviously the chef/chefs ... more
Customer The Castle Inn (Rowland's Castle) Reviews (4)
by - written on 24/09/11
this country pub is a real find. The chef produces food of the highest standard and his talent is there for all to enjoy in the wonderful menu he has. It will now be a family favourite and we all look forward to eating there again. I have been there for various meals and attended a biirthday buffet lunch there in the summer and every guest without exception commented on the cuisine. It was all so delicious and served with such flair and professionalism. The only problem is that the waitress needs help when it is busy as she cannot be expected to cope at busy times on her own
by - written on 15/09/11 (Somewhat useful, 34 readings)
First off it was my first time here I had been working/travelling a while and was starving!!! I ordered the homemade lasagne which is such a simple dish,(really didn't think this could come out so wrong and so slow!!! i waited an hour and a half) It was burnt to a crisp - so I asked the waitress what would be a quick replacement and she sugested the home made burger, so i waited a further 15 mins for this, when I cut it in half it was RAW!! now I have done my food hygiene and I know that minced food harbours more bacteria and must be cooked thoroughly!! obviously the chef/chefs are rubbish as a temperature probe would have told them this!! I wouldn't go back and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/10 (Somewhat useful, 121 readings)
I went for a meal in the Castle Inn last night with my partner and kids. All our meals were excellent but I can honestly say that my steak and ale pie was the most delicious thing I can remember ever having eaten. It was close enough to perfection that I, an ordinary member of the public, was unable to find fault of any kind. Even the portion size was perfect i.e. I ate it all but shouldn't have. On a more balanced note: - We got there at 7pm and all was quiet. However, as the evening progressed the restaurant started to get busy, stretching our excellent waitress and resulting in a lengthy wait for the bill. There were a couple of fruit ... Read the complete review
by Tony Day - written on 26/06/09
Just recently me and four other friends attended the Castle inn for lunch, I have passed the pub many times going for walks in the nearby park, we went to the Castle Inn for an elderly friends birthday, the surroundings are very warm and easy to fall into, the meal I had was the beef and ale pie, with fresh vegetables.And I will say the pie was top notch for me lots of beef steak, not cheap chewy steak, but good size portions, the pastry was just the right consistency not to thick or thin, and even the Vegetables were not over cooked, Perfect for me.This was on the 18/06/09 a good summers day, We are going again for an evening meal on the 26/06/09 Excellent Value will recommend highly.Tony Day.
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