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Address: 126 Devonshire Road, Chiswick, London, W4 2JJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32335) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Padgate (2.4 miles), Birchwood (2.5 miles), Warrington Central (3.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Little Manor, Thelwall (0.2 miles), Pickering Arms, Thelwall (0.2 miles), Bellhouse Club, Grappenhall (0.7 miles), Rams Head Inn, Grappenhall (0.9 miles), Parr Arms, Warrington (0.9 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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This place has now closed & is up for sale
FullersMan - 30 Oct 2012 16:12
Good place to take a friend for a quiet drink. Although most come here to eat, the beer is decent and not too much seeing as they must have spent some money on keeping it well decorated and current.
casklovers - 17 Jan 2012 14:54
Formerly a Gordon Ramsay pub, now spruced up and reopened by Nick Gibson, who also owns the Drapers Arms in Islington. With former Le Caprice chef David Philpot in the kitchen, there's still an emphasis on high end food - which, judging from the many empty tables we saw on a Friday lunchtime - may well be lost on the residents of the shabby flats surrounding the pub.

The decor is ruined by the hideous wallpaper, but what's definitely welcome is the choice of three fine cask ales, which included Woodeford's Wherry and Sambrook's Wandle. A pleasing alternative to the Fullers pubs which abound in this area.


rentaquote - 15 Jul 2011 17:54
Went here expcting expensive restaurant food and was very surprised to find lots of very well priced British pub food. The biggest surprise of all was the good real ales and cheap cocktails. Having been to the Harwood arms and the Sands end I have to say that this is my favourite pub in London.

Well Done Gordon!
simon22d - 17 Apr 2010 09:09
Being a Gordon Ramsay pub restaurant, I was expecting a fancy overpriced gastro-pub. However, my pint was 'only' 3.30 and the small-ish bar area retains a reasonable pub feel with a selection of different furniture including a row of bar stools. The larger restaurant area also has some sofas at one end providing extra seating. London Pride, Old Hooky and Old Rosie cider on handpump. Better than I expected, but so quiet in mid-afternoon the barmaid spent the whole time pacing about in a rather disconcerting manner.
rpadam - 17 Mar 2010 21:28

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