The Cleveland Arms, Bayswater - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2998) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night (Thursdays), TV
- Pool table (1), Dartboard
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|It's a building site! Mr Singh next door was unable to tell me more, i.e. if it will be a pub again.|
oak_cliff - 2 Mar 2016 21:41
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
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