The Boaters Inn, Kingston Upon Thames - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 165) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music (Blues on Tuesdays, jazz on Sundays)
- Food served
- Riverside location
- Outside seating
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Queens Head, Kingston Upon Thames (0.2 miles), Oak, Kingston Upon Thames (0.3 miles), Grey Horse, Kingston Upon Thames (0.4 miles), Isha, Kingston Upon Thames (0.4 miles), Foresters, Hampton Wick (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Attractive location by the Thames with plenty of outside seating areas. Pricey food - £11.50 for burger and very small bowl of chips. Beer selection reasonable. Tried the Sambrook Junction and the keg Meantime Pale Ale. Condition was nothing special. Okay - nothing more. 5/10.|
wobblybob - 2 Jul 2014 23:12
|Visited here after the Kingston Beer Festival on Saturday. The beer festival had a poor selection remaining after what must have been a busy Friday. With 6 ales on, the Boaters offered a suitable alternative. Sambrooks Junction, Tring Tea Kettle Stout, Dark Star Sunburst, Twickenham Smiler's Ale, Adnams May Day & The Boaters Inn Particular were the ales on offer. My only complaint would be that my half of stout was not poured fresh. It was retrieved from the drip tray. Nice location by the river.|
blue_scrumpy - 21 May 2013 19:00
|A lot of positive things can be said about Boaters. Sadly since the Greene King takeover the range of ales has become very limited so there is not the draw there once was to enjoy a really interesting as well as great beer by the river. High prices for great beer is one thing but for bog standard stuff? Methinks not.|
Insearchofthebestpint - 30 Nov 2012 09:47
|Have visited this pub many times over the past 10 years, and found the location to be perfect, what ever the weather. The beer is good with a good selection and often changed. The food has nearly always been good and sensibly priced but yesterday visited with a friend for lunch and had a Boaters Burger. The food was very good indeed but the price was very high for such a meal, £13.95. The menu is not as currently on their website. The beer at £4 a pint of Adnams was also steep. I appreciate the location and view etc, but. The service was fine and waiting time was good too, maybe you get what you pay for.|
So, good beer, good food, good service, good location, high prices.
bobtherambler - 29 Nov 2012 16:14
|First visit and very impressed with the range of ales from Golden to Stout. Lovely spot by the river. Food a bit on the pricey side.|
Steamer1 - 12 Nov 2011 19:22
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