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Golden Cross Heathrow, Colnbrook - pub details

Golden Cross Heathrow
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Address: Poyle Road, Colnbrook, Heathrow, Slough, Berkshire, SL3 0BN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12380) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.cuinheathrow.com/EatAndDrink

Nearest train stations Wraysbury (1.6 miles), Sunnymeads (1.9 miles), Iver (2.8 miles)

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This pub is a bit of an anomalie as it looks and feels like a traditional olde worlde village pub however it is surrounded by the Poyle Industrial Estate just off of junction 14 of the M25.

Inside is cosy enough with low beam ceilings and basic but clean furnishings. It's a GK pub so will never set the world on fire in terms of beer range but usually have a couple of guest ales and serve GK IPA on keg. The pub has a spacious garden with grass however, again this is somewhat ruined by its location next to a busy roundabout with multitudes of parcel vans and container lorries chuntering by.

I had a pint of Ruddles on my last visit. Have never eaten here but the food I've seen come out looks good but then it should be with the prices they charge. Again my pint cost the best part of £4 which I do think is a bit steep. This pub always seems empty early evenings however, it may get busier later once the people who work at the freight companies turn out. I do feel they could do with dropping their prices a bit and this would get them more punters.

All in all not somewhere you'd go out your way to visit but ok if your in the area. Location not great but that's not the pubs fault and in all honesty the pub looks like it was there long before the industrial estate
BeerGutt - 30 Sep 2015 20:33
Redirected here from The Five Bells which is temporarily not serving food. I must say the food here is excellent - and very reasonably priced - even if there was a slight delay (which they apologised for) because they dropped my meal first time round and had to cook me a second one! My quibbles are firstly that most of the time I was here there was no-one manning the bar at all, because most of the staff were sitting in the garden enjoying the sun. And secondly the barman recommended Wherry bitter from Norfolk and offered me a sample; I liked it and ordered one, only then discovering that it's £5 a pint!
Trev - 14 May 2014 19:31
Disappointing ... very disappointing
thePubGhost - 5 Dec 2012 13:47
This pub is local to us and as CAMRA members we thought we would try it out now refurbished and is on the way home from our sons place.
Initial impression good dcor, couple of reasonable Ales, decided to eat along with our Granddaughter, bit of a mistake Im afraid, the menu is a bit too extensive & varied and they were by 7:30 struggling to cope. My Pad fried Sea Bass was one very small and slightly over cooked fillet, my wifes burger was okish but the baked beans were in a pot and congealed and my granddaughters Chicken Goujons were two very small pieces of chicken, loads of chips & beans. Dessert was not much better waffles were burned in places & a number of the strawberries had brown areas on them. Verdict overpriced for what we expected & disappointing, shame because they are trying, restrict the Menu a bit and they could make a go of things. RKR West Drayton

RKR - 28 Oct 2012 09:51
I have been in the UK for 3 weeks and now en route back to South Africa I was booked in the Hilton T5. Saw this little pub on a walk and went in for dinner. What an awesome pub man, great food and everyone was very friendly. Highly recommended and thanks to jamie and others, was a great evening and will tell everyone I know that is coming via Heathrow to pop in for good food and at very good prices. The hotel I am staying in the food and drink is ridiculously expensive so this was a huge relief. Thanks for a great evening Judgie.
Judgie - 27 Apr 2012 21:04

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