The Salutation, Hammersmith - pub details
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- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating
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|My guidebook for London is the a camra pub walks and today, I am ticking off the Hammersmith walk. Start in reverse, as I want to end up for Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, who are on in the Apollo. So this is the first. King Street has little charm but this boozer was a classic of its type. Good pint of London Pride, although when I got around the corner, I saw they had ESB. Sat and watched the results come in. Only bad part of the day, Albion lost 4-1 to Liverpool.|
Mappiman - 28 Oct 2013 17:10
|If you want to avoid the crowds down by the river, then this is possibly the best pub in Hammersmith to head to. Benefits from not being too far from the Griffin Brewery, with a generous range of good Fullerís beers always on tap. The foodís also decent, and the beer garden at rear very nicely secluded from the nearby busy roads.|
Popular amongst local workers as a after-work haunt, and not difficult to see why. Highly recommended.
elegiac_stanzas - 7 Aug 2012 11:40
|The exterior of this pub is quite striking, with its purple tiling. Inside is a much more bland affair. Live football was being shown and most people were clearly there to watch it. A few were somewhat annoying, especially when one decided to fling his stool over spilling my beer in the process! I sometimes wonder why people get so excited watching football in a pub. If they're that excited, they should go to the game itself. But back to the beers. As a Fullers pub, there were only 3 of their ales on - Pride, ESB & Front Row. The pub probably benefits from its location on the main Hammersmith shopping street - King Street. Otherwise, I didn't find anything in particular to recommend it.|
blue_scrumpy - 7 Mar 2012 16:32
|Used to be good but this place is steadily getting worse. As soon as the cutlery is laid out on ordinary pub tables you know it's on the slide as a decent option for drinks. I heard a rumour there are going to be DJs on a Friday evening, so the manager is clearly going for a kids' crowd, despite the fact that on a Friday most customers are from local businesses and council, after work, and are often the slightly older crowd. DJs belong in clubs and cr*p bars. This is a pub. Expect trade to nosedive and a 'revamp' within a year. Come on Fuller's - sort it out before it's too late.|
derekwinchester - 19 Feb 2012 15:22
|Can't believe how this place has changed since a few years ago when I thought it was a brilliant traditional pub.|
Aiming for the beautiful people now I guess and their larger wallets.
Beer not bad, but not for me any longer. No atmosphere. I've knocked off three marks since my last visit.
willesden_seadog - 14 Nov 2011 19:52
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