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The Walter Arms

Bearwood Road, SINDLESHAM, RG41 5BP

A typically solid Victorian building built about 1850 by John Walter III, grandson of the man who founded The Times newspaper. The idea was that it should be a working men's club for the workers on the Bearwood Estate, where Walter lived. Now a popular dining pub, the seasonal menus offer traditional English dishes, such as chargrilled rib-eye steak with roasted winter veg; or sausage and mash; as well as pasta, stone-baked pizzas, and seafood and Arabian-style 'smörgåsbord'. If there's still room, spiced sticky toffee pudding or rhubarb and apple crumble should fill you up. The beer garden is a good spot for a pint of Courage Best.

Further information

Tel: 0118 977 4903
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Courage Best Bitter, 2 guest ales


All day all week
12-11 (Sat 12-12)


Children welcome.
No coach parties catered.



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A329 from Wokingham towards Reading. 1.5m, left onto B3030. 5m, left into Bearwood Rd. Pub 200yds on left

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