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The Harrow, Charlton Village - pub details

Harrow
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Address: 142 Charlton Road, Charlton Village, Shepperton, Middlesex, TW17 0RJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12100) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Upper Halliford (0.6 miles), Shepperton (0.9 miles), Sunbury (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 17 users)
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I can't believe that people have complained about the height of the ceiling in the bar of this pub-it's 800 years old-people were a lot shorter then!
Landlord lacks a publican's charisma/bonhomie,but the beer is well kept-both Greene King IPA and London's Glory-presumably a post Olympics brew.
Food offer-two main courses for 12.00 on weekdays from a truncated menu seems remarkably cheap.
Well worth a visit.
huntforbeer - 12 Sep 2012 10:20
I can't believe that people have complained about the height of the ceiling in the bar of this pub-it's 800 years old-people were a lot shorter then!
Landlord lacks a publican's charisma/bonhomie,but the beer is well kept-both Greene King IPA and London's Glory-presumably a post Olympics brew.
Food offer-two main courses for 12.00 on weekdays from a truncated menu seems remarkably cheap.
Well worth a visit.
huntforbeer - 12 Sep 2012 10:20
Visited for the first time on Friday.

Pub is lovely to look at from the outside, and has a nice seating area to the front/side and a large grass garden (popular with some kids and their football) at back. Inside it was very busy and cramped, although I thought the short bar quite quaint.

Beer was OK, and the smell of curry from the kitchen was divine (evening meals were all priced at 10, so not cheap). Both staff (a lady and a gent) seemed rather sour, however. I certainly didn't feel at all welcomed, and am not sure I'll try it again.
rpb - 5 Apr 2011 14:54
An extremely pleasant pub (thatched roof, exposed beam interior), efficiently run by a family who are popular with locals (they are packed with punters almost every lunchtime) and run a very able kitchen. In particular I'm hooked on their daily curry; I shall have to try something else one of these days. Impressive wine list too. Best place in the 2 mile radius.
ifyouaskedmeonafriday - 7 Oct 2010 21:19
How wrong can you get the most basic food? I thought it was safe to order pie, chips and peas. The pie was cooked on top but stone cold in the middle - probably frozen, grilled on top and only just thawed out. Really horrible. I thought the guy next to me did better with fish and chips but that was also cooked badly from frozen. No one in my party of 8 had a good food experience. If anyone from the Harrow reads this then you seriously need to sort out the kitchen because you'll keep losing business.

The pub itself has the potential to be pretty but is badly furnished with 80's curtains, cheap burger joint furniture and tacky plastic flowers arranged to within an inch of their life.

The staff were pleasant.
Polster - 23 Mar 2010 12:12

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