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The Duke of Sussex, Chiswick - pub details

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Address: 75 South Parade, Chiswick, London, W4 5LF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2275) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Chiswick Park (0.2 miles), South Acton (0.4 miles), Turnham Green (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations South Acton (0.4 miles), Gunnersbury (0.6 miles), Acton Central (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.7/10 (rated by 50 users)
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This was once a great pub...fun, rocking, located on the Green. Now it is a pretentious gastro jobbie. It is full of middle class locals drinking coffee and reading the Guardian haveing been to the estate agent and pushing their buggies two abreast along the pavement as it is the nanny's day off. This is not a pub. Truly tragic.
ruperockroll - 24 Aug 2011 10:23
Large high with high ceilings overlooking Chiswick Park. Had a pint of Sambrooks Junction that went down faster than a whores knickers. Had another ale from Camden brewery so it was good to see some local brews on offer.

Food looked vey good but needed to be as this is derinitely a restaurant style pub and I guess that the food wasnt coming cheap. The only gripe was that there was distinctive smell of piss eminating from the gents and as the gents is located by the entrance when you walk in you are greeted by the lovely aroma of freshly cooked tapas with just of hint of stale piss. . . . .kinda puts you off! ! ! !

Come on guys....sort this small problem and this will be a decent pub with a big garden for summer evening imbibing! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
BeerGutt - 27 May 2011 17:25
Went to this because it was in the Good Beer Guide, but I was really disappointed with it. Expensive beer (3.40 a pint) and both times I was given incredibly short measure (by the same barmaid. She must have either been under instructions or incredibly stupid. The fact all the other bar staff seemed to be giving short measure too suggests the former). The pint of We'll Get It Right I had was borderline undrinkable, although the Seafarers was OK. And the place was full of yelling babies and kids rushing about.

If you're in the area, I'd stick to the Old Pack Horse on the other side of the Tube station.
paul154 - 21 Jun 2010 11:37
A pleasant gastropub on a corner overlooking an area of parkland. Many people were there for the football and a drink, whilst others were there simply for the food. This made for a fairly mixed clientele. Service was efficient. Two Cottage beers were on - We'll Get It Right and Champflower Ale, alongside Skinners Betty Stoggs. As I remember, the cider was Aspalls. The large central bar, frosted glass partitions and huge windows providing plenty of light, make for a relaxed and comfortable drinking environment. My only slight criticism was the lack of seating. But this was not too surprising given that the football was on. Far better than its 3.7/10 rating suggests.
blue_scrumpy - 19 Jun 2010 15:56
Great selection of real ales
boomer - 3 Mar 2010 23:07

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