Set in the lush, green countryside of Thorpe, this beautiful “chocolate box” pub is everything a good, traditional English pub should be. The Rose and Crown offers great food, all day, everyday; our delicious menu complemented by perfect pints and a great wine list from around the world as well as a fabulous Sunday roast served from 12:00 - 17:00. The Rose and Crown is family friendly too, with a kids menu, colouring competition with monthly prizes and a great play area in the rear garden. Our beautifully-kept gardens and large patio area are perfect for alfresco dining. In the summer months, the outside bar is open, selling chilled bottle beers and wine and taking orders for ice-creams, snacks and food for outside dining. Situated 15 minutes from the M25 and 10 minutes from Thorpe Park, The Rose and Crown makes an ideal meeting place.
by Lynne bowler on 23 Feb 2019
Good food Good service and friendly young man Nice table and not rushed
by Mary on 22 Feb 2019
Lovely food, great service, one of our favourite places
by perryoaks on 21 Feb 2019
I visited The Rose and Crown again yesterday. Again we had superb food. My Mum chose scampi, and my Brother and myself chose steak and kidney pudding, which was delightful. The steak was very tender, and flavoursome and a very generous portion. We shared a dessert of apple crumble and custard, which was delicious. We utilised my Barons card which affords us 33% discount on food, so excellent value.
by Paul on 21 Feb 2019
Order was taken on sitting at table and another couple sat next to us ordered 15 minutes later and there food arrived within ten minutes no sign of ours then a member of staff asked if we had ordered ? Turns out member of staff took our order and finished his shift without telling the chef so had a long wait , also table was so close to other diners
by M on 21 Feb 2019
Service was friendly. Food was disappointing. It seemed as though it had been left far too long. The tortillas for the fajitas were dry and stuck together. The suet in the steak and kidney had dried out and was chewy. And generally it was quite bland. The pub was busy but nowhere near full.