Food is really tasty, I like especially their meat pies.
Stuff are very friendly and ready to help you to do your choice.
Beer good, too.
There are a lot of people, most of them seem to be locals - that for me is a best indicator for a good place.
And this is a really nice place.
Gorgeous spot for drinking in the evening sun by the river and when it's low tide you can play on the mud banks. They serve good honest Fullers beer and if it's too cold to sit on the Thamespath then there are big windows to look out of.
A band of accordian players turning up and ruining the peace. I hate accordians.
Also... Nearly a fiver for a bitter and a pack of crisps?!! WTF sell walkers please not poncey tyrrells.
Its a Fullers pub its ok and in a nice location but very ordinary .
What a pub. Run by the staff for the staff. The manager acts as if she owns the place . . you wish. If your new to the locality, dont expect a warm welcome, expect a dour one. Sorry to be blunt but its a pub full of council house millioinaires. Shite
I visited last week, walked in looking anonymous and waked straight past the bar into the seating / eating area. The barman said hello and could he help, ignored him and carried on. Was then greeted by a waitress who said hello and then a bit further on by the Manager who said hello and asked if she could help me and did I want to eat. That for me is an indication of good service which did indeed follow.
A large and imposing Fullers pub set on the banks of the river on the Chiswick side of the Thames. Very traditional inside with carpets and lots of dark wood and traditional chairs etc. Great views over the river and a seating area outside also.
A great place to take your parents, grand parents, family, friends etc for a relaxing and no fuss sort of a meal in a traditional London pub. Go for a leisurely stroll along the short towpath and then head back for a pint and some scoff. Good food, good service and everything is shipshape here on the banks of the Thames. Not flash or grand but honest and pleasing. There are three pubs along this stretch and this one is easily the best.
The Bell and Crown pub is situated in Strand on the Green, right by the Thames. It is in a lovely location and has a conservatory with great views over the river.
The pub is a good place to come for a traditional Sunday lunch, and was busy when I went. The food was yummy although not cheap - I had sea bass for my main meal, which was £12.50. One of my friends had a roast dinner, which was a similar cost. They serve a wide variety of different food, but, while there are a lot of interesting meat options (from burgers and steaks to roast partridge) the selection of vegetarian dishes was very poor This could stop me going back again.
A little gem in Chiswick. This charming pub has the best burgers in the area. Apart from that they offer a wide selection of drinks and the menu is also very diverse. I had a beef burger and my fiancée had a smoked salmon and we both were very satisfied with our dishes. The service was also excellent. They were all very friendly, welcoming and from the looks of it they are also very child friendly. On our second visit I found out that they are also good with dog so since then I've been bringing my dog with me and he just adores all of the staff. Definitely recommend this place, although it's a bit pricey.
Good enough food, good enough atmosphere, better than average service.
Drunk female Irish owner, lots of black bar flies, over-priced wines and no atmosphere. Yuk get out and get 2 pubs down the road - better wine and no drunk witch behind the bar.
A real traditional Fullers pub with excellent quality right on the river. Not so trendy as the City Barge, more mature and reserved for a relax pint of London Pride
I was weaned on Fullers so I am biased ;-)
Lovely pub in the traditional English style - on the river, open fire and good ambience. But most of all - great food at good prices. Not shepherds pie and lasagnia type of pub food. More like bistro without being unrecognisable. Five of us went one evening last week and all of us said how much we enjoyed it. We try out different places all the time and this was way above all the Thai food places, Indian restaurants, spanish tapas but not out of reach price wise. Staff were also very nice too. Lovely place to take a special visitor to London I think.
A very warm and welcoming staff, and very dog friendly.. Haven't tried the. food yet but will go back just based on those.
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