The Abercorn Arms, Teddington - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3357) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- TV, Sky TV, Big screen, Jukebox
- Pool table (One), Dartboard (One), Fruit machines (One), Quiz machines (One)
- Food served, Sunday roast (From 13th March 2011), Real ale
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Smoking area (In Large Beer Garden), Wireless internet access
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|I used to be a regular here until moving to Dorset some years back. All our old buddies now drink in the Mason's round the corner, so the wife and I dropped in to have a look to see if it was as bad as we had been told. I'm pleased to say it wasn't. |
The decor has certainly changed, and we found it a little gloomy on a sunny day compared to the old scheme (I was one of the aforementioned hideous caricatures dear readers...). On the plus side, the rear of the pub has been opened up really well, the staff are very friendly and helpful and the beer was top class, even if it is not really "Youngs" any more.
A little tweaking to the decor is all it would take to make this a really good pub. Certainly worth a visit though.
Longitude - 2 Oct 2012 00:52
|The Abercorn Arms is a cracking backstreet local. It used to be very olde-worlde with an interior that hadn't changed in decades (think your nan's front room with hideous caricatures pictures on the walls and you wouldn't be far off). The old geezers playing flacid jazz of a Sunday were given the push when the new landlady took over and it's now a top boozer selling Young's ales in great condition with a funky, comfortable garden. Combine it with a visit to the Mason's Arms (two minutes' walk away) and you'll enjoy two of Teddington's best pubs. |
JDchaser - 15 Jul 2012 11:50
|Dropped by early on a Six Nations Saturday lunchtime; public bar was full of guys watching football; lounge though was very quiet; a couple of families - one the landlord's? - occupying the pole positions. A bit cold and characterless. However, beer (Special) excellent and home-made burgers extremely good - though a few more chips wouldn't cost much to provide on the small plates. Staff friendly. Just all felt a bit random. Would go back.|
strongarm - 14 Feb 2012 09:58
|Excellent local pub. Youngs ales well kept. Much better since the refurb, and now has really good food at lunchtimes,|
phil_27 - 17 Dec 2011 00:07
|Have to say I agree with TW11. When I hear of a pub getting "done up" its normally curtains but not for the Abbers. Very good move by the new owners and if it wasnt for the fact that I moved away from Teddington then Id still be a regular there. Still a great Ramrod n Special, served correctly ie not tight gits, and food looks ace. In fact Ive talked myself into going there again soon. Out of my way? Yes. Problem? No|
pompeyron - 1 Aug 2011 13:53
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