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The Hare and Hounds, East Sheen - pub details

Hare and Hounds
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Address: 216, Upper Richmond Rd West, London, SW14 8AH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3561) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Mortlake (0.3 miles), Barnes Bridge (0.8 miles), Barnes (1.1 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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Love this pub! A new Manager couple took over early this year and seem to have whipped this pub into shape. New kitchen towards the back of the restaurant area looks really smart and the menu is really good too. Still pub classics but some nice variations on British food. Staff are friendly and polite, garden is beautifully kept and a great selection on Ales on the pumps. If you haven't visited for a while, I'd recommend giving it a go as it really has changed for the better. I'll defiantly visit more regularly.
Loveroflife - 16 Aug 2016 15:13
ALL IS NOT WELL AT CHARLES WELLS

I have could not agree more with AnthonyNE we had the same "mortifyingly humiliating and deeply unfair "experience as you only today. Having had a seventy pound meal with the family we were told(in front of the entire pub garden) to leave the pub before finishing our drinks being accused of breaking the law because I bought a cider with our meal for my 17 year old son.On returning home I contacted the police ,who confirmed that I hade not broken the law( indeed according to the law a 16/17 year old is allowed a cider with his meal if he is accompanied by an adult and the adult buys it).It is indeed a great shame that such a nice pub .with such nice staff should be spoilt by such an incompetent
and rude manager
familydinner - 20 Jul 2014 19:25
Horrific evening. Subjected to an extraordinarily intimidating outburst from the manager which was both mortifyingly humiliating and deeply unfair. Still reeling with shock and very upset. Such a shame.
AnthonyNE - 11 Jul 2014 11:44
Booked this pub for a family Sunday lunch as it looked child friendly and had a large beer garden. The day we went was windy and overcast so the beer garden was empty. The food was good, although having to pay 50p extra for peas with a £5 children's sausage and chips meal seemed a little mean. Sadly the family friendliness extended more to the dogs that were allowed in the restaurant and beer garden and allowed to urinate where they pleased. Children however, didn't seem to go down as well as our canine friends with the 'manager' and we were made to feel extremely unwelcome. The Hare and Hounds needs to embrace the fact that marketing itself as 'child friendly' means more than just offering a cursory kids menu. There are plenty of other really child friendly pubs in the area that we'll be going to in future.
KGal - 23 Jun 2013 19:16
This is the least child friendly pub ever, it seriously needs to appreciate its audience, this is sheen after all! The bar staff are friendly and almost seem apologetic of the managers and rightly so! The male and female manager here seem to totally hate children, which makes a pub in sheen with an enormous garden seem an extraordinary choice for them. Every evening the woman can be seen standing scowling on the fringes of their gorgeous garden, checking again and again with her staff that they have informed all tables of the chuck out time for kids! As you enter the garden you are welcomed with warnings that parents and their children will be asked to leave if they make too much noise (which is a considerate given rather than something you need large bespoke signs printed to dictate!) the pub itself has all the makings for a great place and in a massively family centred area it could be so lovely, the plough up the road has far less outside space but they are so great about kids, its definitely the nicer family environment and the food is way better. I have given this pub 5 out of 10 and those 5 are for the venue itself and the live musicians on Sundays, a real shame as with more welcoming managers it could easily be a 10.
Cjakes - 11 Jun 2013 19:37

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