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Old Smugglers Inn
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Reviewed August 14, 2013

Visited twice in the last week, had a great ploughmans lunch on Thursday, so good we went back Sunday for the roast dinner. Great pub with friendly staff, excellent service and VERY good beer! Giant free car park outside. Visit for lunch, then walk around the bay to St Brelades. You won't be disappointed. A very atmospheric genuine old smugglers haunt.

Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
Thank shorty1954
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Reviewed August 12, 2013

Great Inn with plenty of seating, it was very busy when we visited but we were made to feel welcome and the service was good and friendly. The food was lovely, and it was great to see homemade desserts.

Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
Thank Catherine C
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Reviewed July 20, 2013

We parked in the huge car park opposite and ventured inside this olde world pub and we weren't disappointed. They had plenty of choice on the menu and specials on the board. I had salmon which was beautifully cooked and presented, my husband had a curry which he said was delicious. Service was very good despite it being a busy evening.
If the weather is good you can have a lovely stroll on the beach afterwards.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank LucindaStaffs
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Reviewed June 28, 2013

Parked in public car park virtually opposite (& just up from the slipway & beach).

Very quiet inside, with only two other tables at out lunchtime visit, which probably explains why we were served by the barman as there was only one other member of staff front of house. In any case we were warmly welcomed & chose to sit in the bar area.

Beer was excellently kept (they have been accredited by Casque Mark & are recommended by CAMRA), my wife had sea bass fillets which she said were excellent, my fish & chips were quite good.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Ron P
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Reviewed May 16, 2013

I was out last sunday(12th May) with my daughter for a drive+then lunch.As we were getting hungry and were around St Brelades area we decided to visit The Old Smugglers Inn.We thought this was a safe bet as we had been before and were very pleased with everything.

We were seated by the first of the two waitresses on duty in the rear of the restaurant.Very polite
and attentive.Recommended various dishes on the menu.Unfortunately she then dissapeared and left us in the company of her colleague the second waitress.This lady took our order with
very little interest.She was abrupt when i asked her for some more bread and instead of smiling and getting some she thought it better to" Very Firmly " state that it was chargeable
with a very unfriendly look.At that point i felt like leaving the place,but reluctantly and privately swallowed my dissapointment.I thought i was imagining it all until my daughter pointed out that
i wasnt.
We were never once asked if the meal was ok or if we needed anything else.
Not even when we quickly finished our meal and paid the waitress at the till with the plates
still on the table and the fact that we werent leaving a tip(which i usually do).

The restaurant itself had a cosy feel to it.It was about half full.
The food was timely and good.
Our table was unbalanced.The top was loose,so that if you put your arms on it the other
end would tilt upwards.A bit like a see-saw.
However the service was frankly shocking.
We were not made to feel welcome.
Doubt we will return.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with family
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2  Thank Kaleem A
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