At the far end of the town of March, which doesn't want for pubs, lies the Rose and Crown. Trepidation faces those who are put off by frosted glass, with not even a single clear pane to peer through; once you're in you're in. Thankfully, its actually a friendly enough pub and the closest thing to a real ale haven that March can boast. The interior is distinctly 1970's, save for an odd conglomeration of more modern chairs in one corner. A second bar offers more seating and a pool table, while the rear beer garden is fine, albeit dwarfed by the excessively large car park. For refreshment you'll find a good choice of ales, with some coming for local brewers. The traditional pub grub seemed especially cheap, but the scampi we saw people eating was hearty looking enough. Our visit was one a sunny midweek afternoon so it was pretty quiet and somewhat gloomy inside, so we recommend a winter's evening visit, when we suspect the place becomes rather more cosy.
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Reviewed by redcat
20 Aug 2009