Royal Oak

Pub Details

Address
Broadwas-on-Teme
Worcestershire
WR6 5NE
Telephone
(01886) 821353

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Royal Oak, Broadwas-on-Teme, Worcestershire, WR6 5NE – The Good Pub Guide

Worth a Visit

Red-brick roadside pub with relaxed lounge bar and dining area, unusual lofty-raftered medieval-style dining hall, and separate public bar with pool, well kept Jennings and Marstons ales, decent wines by the glass, popular food (all day weekends) including good value lunchtime carvery, friendly helpful service; they may ask for a credit card if running a tab; children welcome, terrace picnic-sets, open all day weekends

Rating

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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Rating: 3/5 (172 votes cast)

Reader Comments

These comments need updating, 2013/14 We have been to this pub several times in the last 12 months, just for the carvery, it is the best we have had anywhere. We have been as a family and my wife arranged a larger family gathering for about 30 people and the service was no different, good and friendly. We are going again today, and we live 25 miles away. Beers good as well with some guest ales.

The Royal Oak has just opened under new management and I called in for a light lunch and to see what the place is like. I had a warm baguette absolutely stuffed with freshly carved turkey and beautifully served with the biggest side salad ever. And all for £4!! The service was quick and owners and staff friendly.
I look forward to my next visit when I shall have a full meal and also sample something from their wine cellar.

visited this pub in June, they had run out of beer, gave them the benefit of the doubt and returned the next day, still no beer. Was back in the area this weekend and the beer on offer was poor. If we had wanted lager I'm sure we would have been happy but it seems that this pub has difficulty serving the national drink, real ale

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