The White Horse, Richmond - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3879) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Richmond (0.3 miles)
- Food served
- Outside seating
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|Whilst I'd been to the nearby Red Cow several years back, I'd not previously been aware of this Fullers gastropub up a back street. It certainly attracts a middle-upper class clientele, which is reflected in the prices. Fullers London Pride & Olivers Island & Gales Seafarers & Spring Sprinter were the ales. With all tables inside taken by diners, I retreated to the paved garden at the rear, where it was very pleasant in the sun. But it was soon taken over by Richmond's finest, complete with their young charges. Not somewhere I'd rush back to. But it's clearly got a captive market.|
blue_scrumpy - 4 Apr 2016 20:19
|After trying unsuccessfully to get a drink in the Red Cow while the Rugby was on, I headed to this Fullers pub just off Sheen Road....the first thing I notice is Food and Kids!|
Almost every table was taken by families with loads of kids...to be honest most seemed well behaved but it was gone 6pm on a Saturday, some of the kids were young and it was very noisy. Good smelling food was being served but I was only in here for a quick beer.
4 beers on hand pump...Butcombe Bitter, Fuller's Seafarers, London Pride and Bengal Lancer.
As mentioned about it was very noisy and we definitely more a pub come restaurant than just a pub. Interesting decoration with a Rhino lamp in one corner.
Nice enough place but not my thing when there's so many kids in a pub.
lezford - 5 Feb 2014 16:23
|Large rather soulless gastropub in typical battleship grey with largish garden. Didn't try the food but the beer (Fullers) was fine. Visit marred by the fact that staff did their best to get rid of customers by 10.50pm. Why do this?|
simontheeditor - 13 Jul 2013 18:15
|Initially put off by the huge bar but with no seating around it and seemed to be more of a restaurant however after a lovely evening changed my view to say well run pub, good beer and nice clientele. Didn't try the food but looked very good and will be back to try it.|
PeterClarke - 7 Apr 2011 12:48
|was poisoned by the food the first time I came here - glad to say second visit recently was much much better, Food was good and beer as well - full of young trendy things with dogs and beards, but apart from that, seemed a good pub now|
TheGP - 25 Sep 2010 11:45
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