Baker's Arms, Sewardstone

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FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
It's initially tricky to assess The Bakers Arm's age. The stonework and heavy wooden beams suggested 'old', but it looked suspiciously clean and tidy. And, of course, olde worlde pubs don't normally have such huge car parks. Indeed, it transpired to be a new pub, built as part of a hotel complex, presumably located here for easy access to the M25. As such, the hotel provides a fair chunk of the clientele, making it feel rather transient here. Sundays offer up a different, albeit equally transient crowd, filled as it was with families and couples on trips into the countryside. Consequently it gets pretty hectic, with harried but unfailingly polite staff. Despite the nature of the place, it wasn't as bland as some country-style pubs we've encountered recently and seeing a handful of well-kept ales was also pleasing. Despite the hotel connection, its perfectly easy to see this as a pub in its own right.
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17 Mar 2014
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I can honestly say this was one of the worse meals we had, there was 12 of us on Saturdays 15th March and all 12 of us returned our meals as all the food was either cold or frozen...the service and conditions were appalling and the female manager was rude and abrupt!!..we spent
over £300 pound to come out hungry and insulted, we will never eat there again,they need a visit from Gordon Ramsey I'd say....

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Sewardstone Road, Sewardstone, London, EN9 3QF
01992 656000

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