The sign in front says that it's Richmond's smallest and friendliest pub. I'd find it hard to argue. It's tiny, with only a couple of seats and a very small bar. But there's a tiny paved garden out back (just a space with three tables behind the pub), and lots of people take their drinks across the street to a small hilly green.
The bartender was kind enough to warn me that a previous patron had thought that my first choice of pint (Hobgoblin) was perhaps going off, and let me taste it. It was indeed on the way out, so I ordered an Adnams bitter instead. Nice of him to tell me so, I thought.
Very local, very friendly pub.
Tiny and cosy pub on Richmond Hill, 20 people and it'll feel pretty full. There's a small garden to the rear, but keen smokers seem to take their chairs across the road.
Good cheap beer and frindly regulars what more can I say.
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