The White Horse, Parsons Green - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 107)
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating
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Aragon House, Parsons Green (0.1 miles), Duke On The Green, Fulham (0.1 miles), Pen, Parsons Green (0.1 miles), Ghillies, Parsons Green (0.2 miles), Establishment, Fulham (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|First visited the White Horse over 25 years ago when Sally Cruikshank was in charge. Visit the pub a few times a year. Have to say the pub isn't as good as it once was. Service isn't good and there doesn't appear to be anyone in charge. When Sally and her successor, Mark Dorber were there you knew that the service would be good. Beer is good but not as good as it was. Used to do Traquair House - a fine beer. Don't know why they stopped serving it.|
Boyne - 27 Feb 2014 16:03
|Relieved to see some restoration of reputation with Binghams Twyford Tipple and Brightwater Little Nipper - hope this is not just a flash in the pan though!|
craftman - 19 Feb 2014 14:46
|White Horse refugee desperately seeking stimulation of taste buds has been forced to take refuge in ale houses in Clapham, Chiswick, South Wimbledon, New Malden, Kentish Town, Highgate, Pimlico, Farringdon, Clerkenwell, Borough, Hoxton, Islington, Claygate, Hackney, South Kensington & Mayfair.|
craftman - 17 Feb 2014 22:03
|Today - the most boring uninteresting selection of real ales that I have seen for a long time in The White Horse. This used to be THE real ale pub in London but it would appear that they are not aware that there are now more than 1,150 micro-breweries in the UK from which they could select/order!|
craftman - 10 Feb 2014 23:15
|The selective house bitter, Hobsons Best (3.8% ; from Shropshire), at £3.50 per pint is no longer available having been recently replaced by the returning ubiquitous house bitter, Harveys Best Bitter (4% ; from East Sussex), at £3.90 per pint. The other regular house real ales are Adnams Broadside and Oakham JHB. Normally up to five guest real ales are available, mostly from micro-breweries, although the regional Fullers ESB is currently on hand-pump. The remaining 10 hand-pumps on the bar are generally only in use for real ale festivals (about four times per year).|
craftman - 7 Feb 2014 15:36
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