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The Mash Inn

The Mash is the new name for the former Three Horseshoes pub in Radnage. Described by its owner Nick Mash as a ‘new generation inn’, its aim is to remove the barriers between chef and diner and put honesty and communality back into increasingly sanitized contemporary inns.
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