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131 High St,  Oxford

OX1 4DH

01865 727463


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Ratings

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Overall:
2.8/5 (4 Votes)
1 5
Food:
3.0/5 (4 Votes)
1 5
Atmosphere:
3.3/5 (4 Votes)
1 5
Beer Quality:
3.0/5 (4 Votes)
1 5
Drinks Selection:

(real ales, wine etc)

3.0/5 (4 Votes)
1 5

Reviews

29/11/2010 11:50:52

Reviewed by:
Anonymous

Having now visited the Pub on Sunday 28th November 2010, I am very pleased to report all fears completely unfounded. Very pleasant and engaging staff, excellent service, well kept beer. Perfectly fine Sunday Lunch. Lovely environment. Deservedly, busy and popular.

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20/11/2010 11:18:15

Reviewed by:
Anonymous

We're due to visit The Chequers 28th November 2010 on a pilgrimage to what is now The White Stuff The High. It used to be Carters Fishmongers for over 100 years. Since these people are my direct ancestors I was hoping for at least a passable review somewhere of the Pub at the back, which they all must've spent time in. Has anyone got something encouraging to say?

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13/07/2010 09:07:14

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Anonymous

We were visiting Oxford on Saturday and decided to have lunch at The Chequers Inn. Initial impression on entering the pub was good, however, it soon went down hill after that. There were 4 of us and we all chose what we wanted to eat and drink, then went to order. The drinks were ordered ok but we were then told that we could not have the lunch we had ordered (chicken sandwich, welsh rarebit, etc) because they had no ciabattas. When we enquired whether we could have the sandwiches with standard bread instead, we were told we couldn't as it would mess up their stock level. Have you ever heard such nonsense, and who has welsh rarebit on a ciabatta anyway!!!

It wasn't even 1pm on a Saturday and this pub serves food all day every day. How can they have no stock and why were they so inflexible? It was their loss as we finished our drinks and took our custom elsewhere.

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