The Three Guineas

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Description

A Fuller's favourite, more than just shy of Reading train station, The Three Guineas is a favoured plot for locally produced ales, affordable pub grub, and a quick drink when hopping on and off of the train. 

Make no bones about it, The Three Guineas make no bones about steering clear from classic pub innards. Known for their cosy seating, classic pub atmosphere and somewhat dated stance, The Three Guineas keep the tone of the beloved British pub in check. From Sky Sports to tucking into a beer on their patio, The Three Guineas is about as laid back as they come. 

Known for their CAMRA stance, The Three Guineas tote a top selection of ales and beers the likes of London Pride, Front Row, Cornish Orchards Gold, Chiswick and many more for their guests to tuck into. Pub grub is a delicious treat as not only can visitors tuck into classics, they'll enjoy incredibly reasonable prices as that. Tuck into the likes of their Portobello Burger at £7.95, or their Steak and London Pride pie for the same price.

Info

Hours

Day Open Close Notes
07:00 23:00
07:00 23:00
07:00 23:00
07:00 23:00
07:00 23:00
08:00 23:00
09:00 22:30

Location

The Three Guineas
The Station Approach, Reading, RG1 1LY



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Menus

Drink Prices Price
Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large ) £4.95
Bottle of House Wine £14.75
Jaeger Bomb £35.00

Menus

Three Guineas Main Menu Download


This venue serves British and Pub Food food.

A word from the chef:
Tuck into pub classics at The Three Guineas as the likes of their Steak and London Pride pie comes in at just £7.95 with seasonal vegetables and mash.

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Amazing night, we were moved from the very loud main bar into a really nice private area that was a lot more personal and it was lovely. All the staff were amazing. The only downside was that they ran out of Pinot Grigio and Prosecco, but staff were really kind and offered alternatives. Food was pricey but beautiful and nothing was wrong with our order. We will definitely be coming again. Thanks to Andy! visited The Three Guineas on 25 Feb 2017
27 Feb 2017 by
5

Waiting staff were excellent and friendly. Food was very nice though the chips were overcooked and some were quite hard. Table was wonky as well. visited The Three Guineas on 18 Feb 2017
20 Feb 2017 by
4

We travel to Reading several times a year, by train from Exeter, to pick up our grandchildren, who travel by car from Kent. We always meet at The 3 Guineas - no pub/restaurant could be more convenient. Last Sunday, we were looking forward to experiencing the newly renovated pub interior and its food and drink offerings. It was good to be able to book a table before travelling and also to receive a voucher for a free drink. When we got there we were impressed by what we saw. Then we met our family and sat down for lunch together. However, as one who normally doesn't eat much at lunchtime, I was disappointed by the very few "pub snack" options available, In the end I chose fish and chips, although it was more than I wanted. I ordered at the bar and made it clear twice that I wanted garden peas, not mushy peas, and got the barman to confirm it. But, when it came, it was served with mushy peas. To be fair to everyone, the waitress took it back and a new plateful was cooked to replace it - not heated up! The food was great, especially the fish batter, but I was lagging behind the rest of the family, as a result of what had happened. They had also enjoyed their Sunday Lunches, except my granddaughter. She had chosen the child's menu, as it included ice cream, but had been disappointed when it came to choosing her dessert to be limited to 3 flavours, none of which she liked. In conclusion: 1. We like the new 3 Guineas. 2. The service was exceptionally good. 3. Overall, the food was good and enjoyable. 4. Why not offer a choice of either mushy or garden peas - up front. Many people do not like mushy peas and resent having to ask for proper peas as a special arrangement? 5. Make it clear, when ice cream is included, if there is a limitation on choice, so young ice cream fanatics are aware beforehand and not disappointed later. Having said all that, we shall be back. We hope to award 5 Stars next time. visited The Three Guineas on 12 Feb 2017
14 Feb 2017 by
4

the food was good but very expensive, and considering it was a station pub it was full of people watching the rugby and therefore noisy, we also had people putting their drinks down on our table so for that type of meal it was too packed and way too noisy visited The Three Guineas on 11 Feb 2017
13 Feb 2017 by
2

Had a lovely breakfast and the service was very great,would highly recommend it. visited The Three Guineas on 11 Feb 2017
13 Feb 2017 by
5

Great venue x love the downstairs cellar x fabulous food visited The Three Guineas on 03 Feb 2017
06 Feb 2017 by
5

Lovely refurbishment on the pub, a visit down to the Firefly is a must. Food was lovely, I had a Sunday roast which was very fresh with a great selection of seasonable vegetables. Staff were attentive and beer was top notch. Definitely worth a visit. visited The Three Guineas on 29 Jan 2017
03 Feb 2017 by
5

We went to Three Guineas for a work lunch and found the food to be fairly average for a premium price. We all would have expected a higher quality for the price. The service was slow, particularly when we asked for condiments for our meal. Unless the quality is improved or the prices changed we will not be returning. visited The Three Guineas on 01 Feb 2017
03 Feb 2017 by
2

great food will come again. Place looks great. visited The Three Guineas on 29 Jan 2017
03 Feb 2017 by
5

31/01/17, second day of opening. Staff still finding where everything is. Good food, beer and service. Glad to see you back again Ken visited The Three Guineas on 31 Jan 2017
02 Feb 2017 by
4

What a fantastic place, the food was excellent as was the service. The Gin bar downstairs is an excellent place for an event. visited The Three Guineas on 29 Jan 2017
01 Feb 2017 by
5

We enjoyed our afternoon on Sunday 29th Jan, thank you for having us. The pub is fantastic loved the downstairs, service and food was great too. Want to wish you all the best sorry I don't have any negative feedback. visited The Three Guineas on 29 Jan 2017
31 Jan 2017 by
5

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