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City Barge
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Address: 27, Strand On The Green, Chiswick, London, W4 3PH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1051) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Gunnersbury (0.5 miles), Kew Gardens (0.7 miles), Chiswick Park (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Kew Bridge (0.4 miles), Gunnersbury (0.5 miles), Chiswick (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 64 users)
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Bulls Head, Chiswick (0.1 miles), Bell and Crown, Chiswick (0.2 miles), Greyhound, Kew Green (0.3 miles), Coach and Horses, Kew (0.3 miles), Copper Cow, Chiswick (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Used as a filming location for The Beatles 1965 film "Help ". I wonder if they still have a tiger in the basement?
Tuna - 2 May 2017 12:41
They have demolished the old inside bar where THE BEATLES did their filming and replaced it with the worst type of fake old furnishings and cheap repro knick knacks. Madness. The tiled floor, old fireplaces and brickwork have been torn out. The CITY BARGE now looks like a service station on the M6. I hate this type of casual vandalism. Someone should tell the Greene King shareholders that their pub group is screwing things up badly.
lowrider - 9 Dec 2014 10:51
An important contribution to this stretch of Chiswick. I would agree some of the charm has been lost in the renovation but compared to what Chef and Brewer did to to the Bulls's Head, it could have been a lot worse and there is space for that increasingly novel act in a pub: drinking.
They take their drinks seriously and there is a good selection and quite a few of the staff really know there stuff. Well done. I do find the food a bit pricey although their drinks are reasonable. The staff work hard so they deserve success. One little thing, the piped music can be a bit naff but it is great that they have brought back live music.
bertiebark - 11 Oct 2014 12:55
Been back twice since reopening good range of ales which have changed since 1st visit.Modern style open plan split level pity they couldn't have kept some of the old bar area.That is now where the restaurant and kitchen are.My thoughts are split this would look good in a new building/pub.Miss the character of the old though.I will be back.Oh yeh I received table service outside so I would say the service was good(might have been cos I was on crutches!).
jenninpa1 - 27 Jun 2014 22:23
Aaargh. The beautiful and charming old City Barge has been transformed into a standard issue modern departure lounge-style gastro-pub operation.
It's still okay because of the beauty of its location. The beer is good.
The owners must be right because it was busy.
But to those who loved the wonderful old place - the pub-snatchers have been again.
AbeC - 14 Jun 2014 12:25

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