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We at the Bhurtpore want to thank all customers for your continued support and are looking forward to seeing you soon.
BEER AT THE BHURTPORE
An establishment celebrated greatly by CAMRA, we have been in the Good Beer Guide every year since opening the doors in 1992. If you like real ale, Belgian, German or craft beers, you're in the right place.
Head over to our dedicated beer site for a look at what's on our eleven hand pumps .
Check out our extensive range of bottled alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks by hitting the button below.
DINING AT THE BHURTPORE
At the Bhurtpore we have a number of dining areas to choose from.
We can accommodate parties of varying size and for larger groups, offer full-room bookings of one of our three separate dining areas. Our Garden Room is ideal for parties of up to 30, with doors for direct access to the garden during the summer (weather permitting).
Click below for a look at our menus, as well as our regularly updated Specials offering.
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We have a sizeable selection of lighter meals served all day to accommodate those in search of a light lunch or simply those who favour smaller portions.
Our full list of light meals can be found on the standard food menu using the button below.
Unlucky enough to have been appointed as taxi service for the night? Don't worry, at the Bhurtpore we have a range of interesting alcohol-free beers and spirits as well as a vast (fruit) soft drinks selection. If you fancy a beer, you can still have one.
Click on the links below to have a look at our full range of soft drinks and non-alcoholic alternatives.
INFO & HERITAGE
Through the arrival of the George family in 1849, the rebuilding of the pub front by then landlord Phillip George, the sale of the pub in 1901, the resale of the pub back to the George family in 1991 to present day, the pub has undergone many transformations.
Find out more about the history of the pub and its Indian links or simply browse pictures of the pub as it stands today using the buttons below.