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Pipemakers Arms, Uxbridge - pub details

Pipemakers Arms

Address: St. Johns Road, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 2UR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3219) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Uxbridge (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations West Drayton (2.4 miles), Iver (2.6 miles), Denham (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Chinese owned pub on the outskirts of Uxbridge. Adnams Bitter & Fullers London Pride were available. A Marstons Pedigree pumpclip was hidden away behind a couple of charity boxes. So I'm not sure if this was on. A Greene King Abbot Ale clip was turned round. I opted for a bottle of sake! The owners seemed reasonably friendy. The Chinese food menu was displayed on standard take-away leaflets at the side of the bar and looked fairly good value. Otherwise, this is a fairly typical pub set on a couple of levels. A couple of TVs were showing live Premiership football.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Oct 2010 18:54
great little pub they set up the fireplace on colder days which is rather homey to me!
lovely feel in there, the owner is nice and the best bit is that there is chinese food if your up for a full meal or even a small niibble

its so close to the uxbridge shopping centre so you can have some good chinese and a beer (or two haha) cheap after ur shopping.
mel_onit - 2 Nov 2009 01:19
I like this place, nice little retreat. It's had a few owners coem and go but the Chinese resturant attachment is a great idea. Not gourmet Chinese (you need a proper resturant for that) but good food with no frills at very good prices. Have taken loads of folks there and they've all said it was great for what it is, a real gem to be able to eat Chinese in your local. The beauty is the fast service and you generally can go on the spur f the moment and fidn a table. Forget other pubs for food in the area where you wait half and hour, if you eat here you can be fed in under 10 mins generally, and that is no lie. Landlady and landlord and all stuff are very nice and welcoming. And no trouble - I once saw a drunk get aggressive, and he was dealt with and ejected very quickly.

Downsides are beer prices, and not much of a range of beers and much more could be done to the outside space than is being done at present for outisde diners/drinkers and smokers. It's a big space, use it and capitalise.
ladyday - 18 Jul 2008 16:06
Great Chinese attached to pub. Landlord and landlady very friendly as are locals. Pub very popular and beer very good although slightly pricey due to brewery demands.Thoroughly recommended.
johnalarms - 28 May 2007 23:45
After moving from the pub over the road, we all enjoy this place immensely, beer is kept well and recommended (Pride/Abbott/Adnams bitter), the pool table has gone as there was a change of ownership a while back and new staff are very friendly.
Now they serve a full Chinese menu, cooked in full view, so eat in or have a quick pint while waiting for your take away.
It is still mainly a pub with locals so you don't have to eat but if you fancy a snack then the menu is enormous!
Ginja - 17 Jul 2006 23:24

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