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William IV
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Address: 786 Harrow Road, London, NW10 5JX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2554) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Kensal Green (0.3 miles), Kensal Rise (0.4 miles), Queens Park (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Kensal Rise (0.4 miles), Kensal Green (0.4 miles), Queens Park - London (0.8 miles)

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user reviews of the William IV, Kensal Green

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Currently visiting a pub for every station on the London Overground. Did this one for Kensal Rise. A very nice, spacious pub. Real ale was decent. Seemed to cater for those dining more than just drinking - tables were already set out with cutlery. A strange part of the pub to the right of the bar with wierd seats. Would visit again.
hillzy - 18 Aug 2011 10:28
A very good pub to have an excellent Sunday lunch in. Staff always friendly and the atmosphere relaxed. Maybe too many toddlers and babies but they arev the future punters I suppose...
FrankMonaghan - 7 Mar 2010 16:52
Redecorations in late 2009 took away much of the pub's character and now it's an advertising manager's dream with its light pastel colours, long, plush sofas and unbearably smug Brazilian lounge music. Both the real ale pumps were off so I had a Bloody Mary, which was reasonable but not outstanding. The menu is no longer posh tapas, but fairly predictable posh English pub fare. We had dropped in for a late lunch of a Sunday roast, which was mostly fairly good apart from the price tag of 16 and the roast potatoes, which seemed to have been hanging around for a long time so that they were dense and chewy instead of crunchy and crisp. The last time I had roast potatoes like that was in the school canteen. The pub reflects the ongoing bourgeoisification of the area and will probably be to the taste of the marketing types that now infest the area, but it doesn't appeal to me.
red - 31 Jan 2010 22:43
Not very good pint of Young's Kew Gold, but people seemed to be enjoying themselves
oftenscore6 - 19 Jan 2010 12:20
There's a very nice beer garden at the back as well as pavement tables at the front and they serve good quality posh tapas. The beer quality is very variable (two pumps, London Pride and guest from Cottage Brewing), and it seems as often as not to be off, or at least ropey. Half price cocktails on Friday are very tempting. Rooms to hire upstairs.
red - 9 Aug 2009 14:41

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