The Rose Inn
|General Manager||Malcolm Scott.|
Wakering Road, Great Wakering, Southend on Sea, Essex SS3 0PY
|Contact Us||Tel. 01702 588008|
|Map||Click Here For Map.|
|Type||Pubs in Great Wakering, Southend On Sea.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||36517.|
|Pub Opening Times||Daily 12noon - 11pm.|
WHAT'S NEW & FORTHCOMING
Available Monday - Thursday. Two 9oz Rump Steaks for only £18.00.
We have a charity bookshelf with proceeds donated to 'Help for Heroes'.
We have achieved a 4* award from the Food Standards Agency.
|Drinks on Draught||Becks Vier, Carlsberg, San Miguel, Guinness, Aspall Suffolk Cyder & Strongbow Cider.|
|Real Ales||Greene King Abbot Ale (5.0% ABV), Sharp's Doom Bar (4.0% ABV) & Shepherd Neame Spitfire (4.2% ABV).|
|Other Drinks||Extensive Range of Wines, Hot Chocolate, Tea & Range of Segafredo Zanetti Coffee.|
|We are accredited for excellence in service of our quality real ales.|
Quiz Night from 9pm. Entry £1.00.
|other entertainment||Darts Board.|
DINING AT OUR PUB
Our pubs and chefs are fully committed to supporting the Great British farmer and aim to source fresh produce and meats, when in season and where possible, from British Red Tractor Farm Assured producers.
Our menu suits all occasions from a quick lunch bite to a family Sunday Roast. Why not book a table and try our lovingly prepared British pub menu, with all your pub favourites.
|Meal Times||Daily 12noon - 10pm.|
Available Monday - Friday 12noon - 3pm.
Two course £8.95. Three course £10.95 .
Traditional Sunday roast with a choice of 3 meats served with vegetables all the trimmings from £8.49.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Large Beer Garden - suitable for families, Outdoor Children's Play Area, Very Large Car Park.|
|GENERAL FACILITIES||Free Wi-Fi Access, Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet, Baby Changing Facility.|
|OTHER||Children Welcome until 9pm, ATM Machine, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.|
The Rose Inn refurbished in Winter 2014 is to be found in the village of Great Wakering, just ten minutes out of town in an area of green fields and countryside. Built at the turn of the 1800's we have a cosy English country feel this fine olde English pub has retained its wooden beams, low ceilings and traditional ambiance. Outside there is large family garden with play area for the children where you can relax over a drink and have some adult conversation whilst the little ones run off some energy. This destination food house mainly attracts people coming especially to dine. The mixture of traditional English and modern cuisine along with a Specials board gives a good variety of options. There is an extensive range of wines to choose from to accompany your meal or an excellent selection of real ales if preferred. If you are looking for that extra 'something' then why not try us out soon. There is a warmth of welcome and expertise in service that will ensure your first visit will not be your last.