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Review by SHARON DARBY on 22nd August, 2007

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Serve the best Fillet there is ! 21 in our party and we all sat down together and we were fed together - no delays at all, the food kept coming - no delay in between starters & main meal. Everyone complimented the food, and saying it was the best Fillet steak they had ever had - and that the chicken melted in the mouth. There was nothing we could fault it on. The staff are all so friendly, & The Landlord amazing to cook food like that ! Its a very interesting place, with plenty of attemtion to detail , a joy to look at. We will be returning - the sooner the better.

Date visited: 18 August 2007

Review by Tim Stephens on 4th May, 2007

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Used to be the absolute best pub in the area. I was stationed at RAF Greenham Common for two years and made the Three Horseshoes my home away from home. John and Polly O'Keefe were the best! Hope they're still there! If you stop buy, you need to buy John a pint of Fullers ESB and an Irish whiskey. You'll always be welcome!

Date visited: 1988-1990

Review by Rachel on 13th May, 2005

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excelent work place with a homley feel, made welcome by everyone and accepted at the click of the finger. have a beautiful dog called charlie brown possibly the nicest dog ever so friendly and love to be stroked etc!

Date visited: every weekend

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