The Stag (Ascot) Reviews
Description:Address: 63 High Street / Berkshire / Ascot / SL5 7HP
Newest Review: ... myself or my lunch companions could have leant upon it. The area behind the bar was obviously higher as the barmaid towered over us. In the part of the saloon bar where we were, the chairs and tables were also very high. I'm just over 5 foot two inches and after several attempts to clamber up onto a bar stool, in the end I gave up rather than struggle further. Decoratively speaking, I ... more
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by - written on 07/03/13 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Since retiring, I've become a member of the ladies-that-lunch brigade and regularly meet up with friends and ex-colleagues in the same boat where we discuss the joys of no longer being wage slaves whilst tucking into a spot of grub. As we all live in different parts of East Berkshire, we take it in turns to choose the pub or restaurant and The Stag was the choice of a friend who lives in the Ascot area. She hadn't eaten there before but had heard good things about it. This pub is part of the Greene King group and is purported to have been recently updated. I'd argue that there are still areas which need improvement. Location For anyone who ... Read the complete review
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