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The Three Tuns, Uxbridge - pub details

Three Tuns
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Address: 24 High Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 1JN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1429) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Uxbridge (0.1 miles)

Nearest train stations West Ruislip (2.6 miles), West Drayton (2.6 miles), Denham (2.7 miles)

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Three ales on tap that are not hard to find elsewhere: London Pride, Old Speckled Hen and the awful Doom Bore. I had a couple of pints of Pride which were good but I would have preferred to see a decent guest beer in place of one of these. Good pub, very conservative with its beer choice.
Tom_Turd - 27 Jul 2015 21:57
The Three Tuns is conveniently situated opposite the tube station. It has a nice old-fashioned feel to it. Unusually you go down a couple of steps to the main bar area at the rear. But there is seating at the ground floor near the door and also in a courtyard to the side. Ales were fairly mainstream - Doom Bar, London pride & Old Speckled Hen. But the Westons Country Perry was doing a good trade. Pity the ale range isn't more adventurous.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Jun 2015 20:53
Please go there while there is still one old fashioned unpretentious pub left in Uxbridge. The Pride was spot on, I know it isn't rocket science, but it's more than most pubs seem capable of these days. Freindly staff and quick service although this was at 15-00h ish. The joys of being retired.
Brucie55 - 9 Apr 2014 19:37
I call in as it's the nearest pub to the station before my train is due. There is a long queue at the bar. The guy before me orders a sandwich. The one barmaid on duty then walks away to make the said somewhat dodgy looking sandwich while the queue watches on. Having made the dodgy sandwich she then ignores the rest of us and serves her mates who have just walked in.

After a twenty five minute wait to get served I finally sit down with my pint. A loud drunk in a football shirt is becoming increasingly loud and agressive and proceeds to shoulder barge a completely innocent stranger (ie me) sitting at a table minding his own business reading the paper.

You can draw your own conclusions. Hope your experience of this pub is better than mine.
strangetorpor - 6 Jan 2013 11:13
Nice looking pub, good location on the Highstreet is probably the sole reason why this pub does good business. The boss is a psychopath who treats his staff and his regulars very poorly, often publicly verbally attacking them, ensuring that his staff as well as the paying customers feel very uncomfortable whilst in the pub. Not a nice man. Good pub for the one off drink but definitely won't be making it one of my locals.
Mint03 - 2 Nov 2012 12:20

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