The Waggon and Horses, Culham
Morrells / Whitbread
Monday to Saturday 11am to 11pm
Sunday 12pm to 10.30pm (2.vi.1998)

Morrells Varsity 1.84
Morrells Graduate 1.96 (2.vi.1998)

This is on the main A415 road from Dorchester to Abingdon (and beyond). It 
has a children's playground out the back, a deflated bouncy castle, and 
panoramic views of Didcot power station.

Inside it's slightly twee but otherwise presentable. It is an odd hybrid: 
run by Whitbread Inns but stocking Morrells ales. I think the pint of 
Varsity I had was the worst yet, and might have gone off, but my nose was 
out of action from an incipient cold so I couldn't tell. Service very 
friendly though: pleasant bar staff.

Food average pub price, but nothing terribly special. The treacle sponge I 
had was actually inedible: horribly chewy and flavourless and I only got 
halfway through. If I were in the area, I think I'd try out the Lion, 
where the food seems to be cooked on site.

Big on world cup football (oh dear). (2.vi.1998)