The Town Wharf, Old Isleworth - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1603) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Brewery: Samuel Smith's
- Quiz night
- Riverside location
- Outside seating
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other pubs nearby:
Swan Inn, Old Isleworth (0.0 miles), Castle, Old Isleworth (0.1 miles), London Apprentice, Old Isleworth (0.2 miles), George, Isleworth (0.3 miles), Waiting Rooms, Isleworth (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|I'd forgotten this pub existed. Unmarked and off the beaten track. Clean inside but has the feel of one of the old Harvester pubs. Pint of Sam Smiths Old Brewery Bitter. Clean glass, good head, nice pint. Decent price to ! Not many places in Isleworth you can find a pint under £3. Bar staff happy and welcoming. What you see is what you get, it's not a pretentious pub but it's not a pub I'd want to spend the whole night in.|
Fuller_Beer - 14 Jun 2012 10:55
|Well the place is dirty, dusty, empty and over half of it is closed. |
It used to be a good pub apparently but has just gone stale. There is no reason to go to this pub except if you really love sam Smiths beers... and honestly there are better out there.
Prices always low but then wetherspoons undercut them and at least you can get a choice of Real Ales there... Food basic and generic.
ralphholland - 25 Aug 2011 17:12
|Popped in yesterday on a cycleride along the river, and even on a nice sunny day there was plenty of space on the decked area. The OBB was in excellent nick, and although it will never be my favourite beer at £2.11 it is certainly value. |
Is this the only pub with a National Trail (The Thames Path) actually going through the licenced area?
carstenp - 12 Jun 2011 08:20
|Situated just downstream from the London Apprentice, on which I have just posted, is the much less well known Town Wharf, a two-storey Sam Smith's pub built to resemble somewhat a Swiss chalet.In true Sam's style, it is unbadged and also unsignposted from the main road, hidden away at the end of a quiet side street in an area of new build offices and apartments.|
As you'd expect from Sam's, the interior is very traditional - if not original - with a nice carpeted snug on the left of the main central bar with leather banquettes and old photos and a room with a pool table on the right, similiarly furnished. The floor is tiled and there's some stained glass partitions.
The outside decking affords a view of Isleworth Ait in the middle of the River Thames, but you can't see the towpath on the opposite bank of the river and the view is less impressive than further upstream. Steps lead from this decking to an upstairs bar, but this was not open on my recent visit.
Notably, this pub appears to have a small band of regulars - perhaps for the cheaper beer. The Sam Smiths OBB is cheap at £ 1.99p of course and it's on the handpump as well.
First time visitors to the area will probably want to go to the better known London Apprentice, but, assuming you can find it, the Town Wharf is a more than acceptable alternative and is likely to be less busy.
JohnBonser - 10 Jun 2010 12:54
|Further Addenda. Now vacated by the replacements for the delightful couple. (after 4 weeks) Will keep you informed.|
StrawhillJ - 26 Apr 2010 10:57
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