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West Meon Things to Do

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    by hayward68 Written Nov 12, 2002

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    We decided to wander round the village after our meal and headed for the church which looked quite nice. It's a lovely old building with beautiful grounds and gardens surrounding it. This is probably the only thing to see in West Meon though ;-)

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West Meon Restaurants

  • by jtp1888 Written Apr 19, 2012

    The food is just how food should be: Delicious! The Chefs back behind the scene must know what they are doing because on many a visit i can find no faults at all. I've often joked that you could pick from the menu blindfolded and you could not be disappointed.

    All in all its a great place to drink to your hearts content with some superb if limited in choice local ale or indulge in a culinary treat. I have no problem paying £19 for a prime Scottish rib eye if it is just that, £16 for a rack of British lamb, £15 for a fillet of Scottish salmon or going the vegetarian way with the recent addition of pearl barley to the menu. Like many a like minded individual i have no problem if i get what i am paying for, and therein along with the friendly staff lies The Thomas Lords biggest asset.

    Favorite Dish: As I mentioned above, to pick one would be impossible.

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  • by jtp1888 Written Apr 19, 2012

    The food is just how food should be: Delicious! The Chefs back behind the scene must know what they are doing because on many a visit i can find no faults at all. I've often joked that you could pick from the menu blindfolded and you could not be disappointed.

    All in all its a great place to drink to your hearts content with some superb if limited in choice local ale or indulge in a culinary treat. I have no problem paying £19 for a prime Scottish rib eye if it is just that, £16 for a rack of British lamb, £15 for a fillet of Scottish salmon or going the vegetarian way with the recent addition of pearl barley to the menu. Like many a like minded individual i have no problem if i get what i am paying for, and therein along with the friendly staff lies The Thomas Lords biggest asset.

    Favorite Dish: As I mentioned above, to pick one would be impossible.

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    by hayward68 Written Nov 10, 2002

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    Named after Thomas Lord, the man who founded Lord's Cricket ground in London. He retired to West Meon in 1832 and is buried in the local churchyard. The pub has all sorts of cricket memorabilia on the walls.
    We actually found this place because we were lost!

    Favorite Dish: We had a great duck pate here, and a lovely pint of Ringwood Bitter

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    by hayward68 Updated Nov 12, 2002

    Those who are cricket fans will know who Thomas Lord is, he built Lord's Cricket ground in London. He eventually retired to this small village and is buried in the churchyard. As I actually knew who he was I had to take a picture of his grave ;-)

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