The Gardeners’ Arms Reopens (Again)
Written by: BlackPhi
It’s nice to see people back in the gardens of The Gardeners’ Arms, in Emmer Green. They reopened at 5pm today (29th July), doing a special offer on food – no use to me as my tea was already on, but a good idea. I popped in for a quick half – the Speckled Hen isn’t ready this evening, but the IPA was as good as Greene King IPA gets (and better than it usually is). For 5:30 on a Thursday evening they had a decent number in, not packed by any means but nice to see after the pub has been so quiet for so long.
Their food menu is not over-ambitious, but looks reasonable: Thai curry, chilli, child-friendly standards like bangers and mash or scampi and chips, lots of pizzas, and various snacks. I think there’s something there for the whole of my family – who tend to like different things, which can be a problem – so I guess we’ll need to pop over to try them out in the next few days.
If you live in that part of Caversham/Emmer Green, why not pop over yourself and give them a go.