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The Plough, Norwood Green - pub details

Address: Tentelow Lane, Norwood Green, Southall, Middlesex, UB2 4LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3094) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Southall (1 mile), Hanwell (1.8 miles), Isleworth (2.1 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 28 users)
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A visit to the Plough feels like a visit to a country pub, despite it being in London. This was my second Fullers pub of the day and another surprise. It's a good 10-15 minute walk from the nearest bus route. But this is a very pleasant inn. Pride, Seafarers & Rosey Nosey were the 3 ales. But to my surprise there were 2 Cornish Orchards ciders - Farmhouse & Vintage. The pub seems to attract its fair share of characters though and some of the language was a bit choice. But I still quite liked this pub.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Jan 2016 22:45
getting even better, now got the kitchen re open with a very good chef, good array of beers, though mainly Fullers and now special events nights too.
hartleys - 17 Feb 2012 19:09
Smashing pub, great beers pretty much good food, great landlord. pity Murphy the pub dog has died.
tmitch - 25 Aug 2011 16:56
Each Tuesday, I travel around six miles from Hampton to Norwood Green specifically to visit this pub. It seems a bit of a trek, does it not? It is worth it.

First, the pub itself. This is a friendly locals pub. It caters to all the locals, and you'll find young people from Southall and Heston, older chaps with their ties and their dogs, and everything in between. The decor is traditional and clean - not earth shattering, but pleasant. In the winter, the Plough has a real fire (which I cannot resist poking and prodding). The bar itself can get cramped, and because it is small, there are rare occasions that you'll have to wait a few minutes for your beer, but this is not an issue. Service is friendly and generally competent.

Derek (the landlord) is a superb host, and has a good sense of humour. Unfortunately, there do appear to sometimes be supply problems. This is a Fullers house, occasionally serving guest ales (well, rarely actually guest ales, but rather HSB and other disguised Fullers offerings). When all is well, you'll have a choice of around four hand pumps; when all isn't well, you may have to resort to bottles. Having said that, that does seem to have improved lately. The beer is well kept, and reasonably priced (though hardly cheap) for the area (expect to pay around 3.50 a pint).

All this is well and good, but would not keep me travelling each week to visit on a Tuesday. You see, Tuesdays are acoustic night with Jeff and Bob (and often guests). I am a folk music fan (as my username may indicate to those of you of similar ilk). Da Boys play folk, rock, country and requests (though top tip - don't ask two blokes to perform Kate Bush - it's never going to work). There are a range of instruments on show to suit any hardcore folk fan (guitars, mandolins, 4 and 5 string guitars, pipes...and whatever people fancy bringing). It never fails to be an excellent evening. See you there tonight!
mattygroves - 5 Jul 2011 19:49
Brilliant! A totally unspoilt historic country pub in the heart of suburbia. Pride and a couple of other Fullers beers available, and reasonable food in a pleasant dining room. Sadly our Sunday afternoon visit was spoilt by unsupervised children running riot around the place.
rentaquote - 31 Mar 2011 04:47

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