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The Bugle Inn is an 18th Century coaching inn located 2 miles from the Historic city of Winchester. Soon to be taken back to its original inn status with B&B rooms opening in January 2014. The Bugle inn is famous for it's locally sourced organic produce, daily changing menu & very locally brewed real ales. The Bugle inn is a training ground for young chefs to develop the skills required for British/French cuisine.
The service is fantastic, staff are all very nice and helpful. Had the Aspalls cider on drought and it tasted very clean and very crisp, they take very good care of their lines. Had the best meal I've had in a long time (the steak...More
We love the Bugle and have had excellent dinners here many times - it is our 'go to' place for family celebrations. We were celebrating the end of a tough year and my mums birthday and were looking forward to it. However, it sadly, wasn't...More
So apparently the prawn, crab and avocado was amazing, I wasn’t allowed anywhere near it. the ham hock, I can attest to was great. For the main the chateaubriand was simply amazing, beef cooked to perfection, green beans, mushrooms, chunky chips, Tomato’s, watercress, horseradish and...More
We had pre-booked our table for 6 and arrived by Taxi from Winchester. We were not rushed into sitting down and had a few drinks before and although the ladies had spirits we, (the blokes) had real ale (Flowerpots). We, (the blokes) had starters of...More
There is only limited parking at this pub and can be difficult to negotiate a parking place. The food was quite nice but not really outstanding and there was very little atmosphere which is unusual in a village pub. There is another pub in the...More
We were warmly welcomed to the Bugle for lunch on a Friday. This is a popular location and we could book only for the 1.45 sitting. We both began with a starter portion of mussels. This was a generous serving of plump mussels, in a...More
Having read the reviews the visit was exremely disappointing . There is no atmosphere of an inn and never will be , parking is limited to say the least and the food is mediocre . Whilst the service was good the frenetic activity of the...More
Response from wesleygibbons22 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, so sorry for not answering sooner!
I have not been recently so I do not know, it has been recently been taken over by a company who runs a chain, but I will find out, next time I go there and answer your question... More
Hi, so sorry for not answering sooner!
I have not been recently so I do not know, it has been recently been taken over by a company who runs a chain, but I will find out, next time I go there and answer your question properly!