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Reviews of Fox & Hounds, Tillingham

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Review by Penny on 1st February, 2013

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Our first visit to the Fox and Hounds was very pleasant. The beer was excellent, and the locals very friendly, especially the beautiful big black dog! However, we found it rather strange that the curtains were kept closed? The pub has a nice outlook onto the village green and even at night it would have been nicer to be able to see outside. Having the curtains drawn gave the place a slightly creepy clandestine atmosphere. It won't stop us from visiting again, but we'll try to go during the day next time.

Date visited: 31,1,13

Review by Eric Hoile on 27th March, 2006

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Excellent. We had arranged for 12-15 persons from the Essex Jaguar Club to visit The Fox and Hounds but due to the weather forecast I anticipated a low turnout. However, 22 people arrived & sat down to a great Pub Lunch. Peter, the Publican & Head Chef, managed to provide an excellent 8.50 lunch of either roast Chicken or Beef; both cooked to everyones satisfaction. Chicken well done & Beef rare, just how it should be. Plates full with veg but not piled high, extra gravy & mustard & horse radish accompaniments. All meals were freshly cooked & a nice selection of home made creamy deserts polished off a Great Lunch. Ala Carte also available. Excellent value & Home cooking. Rating 9/10

Date visited: 26 March 2006

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