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Cleveland Arms
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Address: 28 Chilworth Street, London, W2 6DT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2998) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Paddington (0.3 miles), Lancaster Gate (0.3 miles), Bayswater (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations London Paddington (0.3 miles), London Marylebone (1 mile), Kilburn High Road (1.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 38 users)
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user reviews of the Cleveland Arms, Bayswater

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TTMR - 2 Apr 2015 12:43
Not quite sure about the makeover; the intention is good and I like the way that they've stripped it out but they haven't quite found their new identity yet. If a bar like this was in Milan or Paris it would be heaving as there's nowhere else decent for the well heeled folk from Cleveland Square to retire after a long day counting their roubles
lowrider - 9 Dec 2014 11:27
The Cleveland Arms is under new management. The hops, pool table and dart board have been removed, and the walls have been painted a steely blue. In many ways it is an improvement, but the staff seems to be changing on a weekly basis, - and while they are an attractive young bunch they are inexperienced. You can buy a plate of charcuterie or smoked salmon, with a few hunks of bread with no change for a tenner. IPA has remained at a reasonable price, but all other beers are pricey. Also one pound -fifty for a weak lime and soda is exorbitant in my book. It's an attractive Victorian back street boozer and has been a friendly local for the Bayswater community for many years. In it's present form it is slightly pretentious, soulless, and a bit of a rip off, which is unfortunate.
clancy - 9 Oct 2014 17:48
It's been a while since I've ventured into paddington and after a rough day popped back to one of my favourite pubs. Well it was an award winning ale pub with enough quirk to make it interesting, a bunch of locals who were always fun and staff who were happy to chat and give a little more than dump a pint in front of you.
All change! Soulless place now, hardly busy, think they call it a "pop up pub" it's all wrong, the staff poured me a pint and took my money. There the interaction ended. And £4.20 a pint for what was an averagely kept bitter? No wonder the gaff was quiet!
Quincy2 - 2 Sep 2014 00:08
My last pub of the day after a day out in Maidenhead and to be honest I was pretty much finished by the time I came here, so this review is based on notes only!

Nicely updated and very modern throughout, the tiles by the entrance are lovely and even the wooden flooring is trendy

Flowers hanging in basket’s outside the front give the pub a homely and welcoming feel.

3 pumps offering GK IPA, Timothy Taylor Landlord & Magic Ring’s Master…I opted for a pint of Brewdog’s Fake Lager while I sat at the bar trying to keep myself awake and write this review.

A decent pub that I shall revisit on an occasion when I’m not feeling worse for wear!
lezford - 4 Aug 2014 13:52

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