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The Black Bull, Ruislip - pub details

Black Bull
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Address: Victoria Road, South Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 0EF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22518) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations South Ruislip (0.4 miles), Ruislip Gardens (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations South Ruislip (0.4 miles), West Ruislip (1.8 miles), Northolt Park (1.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 14 users)
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Middlesex Arms, South Ruislip (0.3 miles), Bell, Ruislip (0.6 miles), Venue 5, Eastcote (0.7 miles), Eastcote Arms, Eastcote (0.9 miles), J J Moons, Ruislip Manor (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Visited again yesterday afternoon and my experience was pleasant. The pub is clean and tidy and was pretty lively for a Saturday lunchtime.

This place is still sport orientated and has tv's adorning every wall so there was no issue getting a good seat for the (mind numbingly dull) Spurs V Liverpool game. I know that there is a load of boring old farts who hate pubs with tv's however, as a sports fan this works just fine for me.

The pub had 3 ales on which included Deuchers, another well known one which has slipped my mind and the pubs own beer, the black bull ale at 4.1%

I didn't eat but the food I saw coming out looked like good honest pub grub served in generous portions. The choice is fairly basic but the pub isn't trying to do too much which is to its credit. Your not going to get lightly poached quails eggs with a kale jus but then again this is the black bull in South Ruislip, not the fat duck in Bray.

All in all this is still a pub that pulls in a down to earth crowd and provided me with a pleasant enough experience. I am happy to add that this place has improved infinitely from the filthy dive it was a few years ago before the new owners came in :)
BeerGutt - 18 Oct 2015 17:59
Looks nice on the outside. The pub has new signage and the exterior is adorned with flowers and hanging baskets. Looks like this place has turned itself around after an extensive refurb. The pub in its previous incarnation had a sense of foreboding and doom about it and contained the what could be described as the dregs of society and a drain on the social fund!

I really hope the clientele has improved as this looks like it could have really good potential. It has everything that in my humble opinion one would want from a pub. I am due to try it again this weekend so will review again in due course!!!
BeerGutt - 5 Oct 2013 10:39
Good to see this large 1930's pub reopen after 2+ years of closure and a multi-week very expensive refurb. New outside garden area. All new interior, carpets and d├ęcor. Even the car park has been resurfaced. 4 hand pumps although just 2 were on the go when I visited mid week. Deuchers IPA was in good form. Good to see quite a few customers. Food served. 114 bus stops right outside.
freeman - 3 Aug 2013 17:24
The pub has reopened following an extensive refurbishment.


imaginarynumber - 16 Jun 2013 13:02
The Pub has closed. Rumour has it that it will be turned into an Indian restaurant. Dont see that working somehow
BeerGutt - 14 Dec 2010 09:07

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