The Warrington Hotel, Maida Vale - pub details
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- Quiz machines (Strike It Rich)
- Food served, Real ale
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Prince Alfred, Maida Vale (0.1 miles), Robert Browning, Maida Vale (0.2 miles), Windsor Castle, Maida Vale (0.2 miles), W9, Maida Vale (0.2 miles), Truscott Arms, Maida Vale (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Sadly the beer quality did not match the stunning and unusual decor. Faucet Inns seems more like force it down- sorry chaps|
huntsbeer - 28 Mar 2013 13:25
|This is a beautiful pub inside, with an ornate bar. It was starting to fill up gradually on my Sunday lunchtime visit and a few people were ordering food. The beer quality was fairly poor, with the range being Adnams Broadside & Explorer, Youngs Kew Gold & Wells Bombardier. I thought the service and prices were fine. Nice pub. Shame about the beer.|
blue_scrumpy - 18 Sep 2012 20:07
|Just happened to be back in the area later in January and popped in for a bite to eat. The two real ales were now contrasting in style, the food was good if a moderate portion and it was served promptly|
Iceni_Explorer - 28 Jan 2012 17:10
|Great internal and external architecture. If only the beer matched. Only two real ales on when we visited and they were almost identical in Adnams Broadside and Adnams Yuletide. Surely any pub serious about real ale should offer a contrast in flavours/styles as Broadside is not exactly a session beer. I spoke to a regular at the bar who was rather unimpressed with the management company who had taken over from Gordon Ramsey|
Iceni_Explorer - 3 Jan 2012 10:50
|Lovely interior (and full marks for the loos), but we too were unimpressed by the service and the prices. The staff, while not overtly rude, were offhand, inattentive and inefficient, and generally lacking any aptitude for bar work. |
The Kingstone Press cider was fine, and none of my colleagues complained about the beer or the wine. But as for food prices — my meal of two small potato croquettes, a fried duck egg and just half an oven-dried tomato was delicious, as and as much as I wanted… but for £8.95 hardly represented value for money. I was brought no pepper and salt, so walked across and fetched them myself, without apology from the staff; and, of course, the pepper mill was empty! Symptomatic of the generally uncaring, slapdash attitude.
Lizzie13 - 20 Nov 2011 09:15
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