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The London Apprentice, Old Isleworth - pub details

London Apprentice
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Address: 62 Church Street, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 6BG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1604) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Syon Lane (0.6 miles), Isleworth (0.7 miles), Richmond (1.1 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 67 users)
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Swan Inn, Old Isleworth (0.2 miles), Town Wharf, Old Isleworth (0.2 miles), Castle, Old Isleworth (0.2 miles), Waiting Rooms, Isleworth (0.3 miles), George, Isleworth (0.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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A real disappointment. A pub with a great location close to Syon House and amid tranquil Thameside surrounds but touristy. Beers are just the ride side of OK with the local Twickenham brewery represented in typically unexciting style as well as Greene King’s festive offering Rocking Rudolph. Service was brusque and impatient while a steak and kidney pie as very poor – overcooked pastry with congealed filling.
BoehmBawerk - 21 Jan 2018 10:00
Have to agree with the last comment; an unwelcoming pub full of tourists sitting by the river and moody looking locals. Asked to try a beer and the taster would have only been good as vinegar for the microwaved chips. Settled for a half of Ghost Ship instead - very average. How on earth is this place in the CAMRA guide?
alebarry - 7 Jul 2016 09:03
unwelcoming pub full of unwelcoming locals... Tourist trap
bigalfish1 - 10 Jan 2016 09:29
Good local pub at attracts plenty of passersby and tourists. Good selection of real ales plus the usual lagers ciders and soft drinks. Food good and plenty of it if a little bit pricy. On a sunny day the outside area can get very busy which overlooks the river.

Good place for a passing drink but not for a serious session.
droggs - 8 May 2015 14:10
Paid my first visit yesterday while out walking another stretch of the Capital Ring with my friend. Lovely atmosphere, friendly staff and an excellent range of ales. We both opted for Okell's from the Isle of Man and it duly proved to be a good choice as we had another! We both chose good, old-fashioned bangers and mash for our lunch and the Boroughbridge sausages were divine so I asked where I could get some. A very historic pub with such famous personages as Henry VIII with Catherine Howard, Lady Jane Grey and Charles Dickens all having crossed the threshold for a crisp one! Not to mention the smugglers who used the cellar and tunnels to stash their booty! This is a top-drawer pub and will hopefully be visited again.
roobs52 - 17 Oct 2014 23:24

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