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Address: 92 Bramley Road, Ladbroke Grove, London, W10 6UG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38815) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Latimer Road (0 miles), White City (0.3 miles), Ladbroke Grove (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations Kensington Olympia (1.2 miles), Kensal Green (1.4 miles), Kensal Rise (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.9/10 (rated by 8 users)
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user reviews of Pig and Whistle, Ladbroke Grove

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Stay clear of this pub, been in a few times and the fosters is getting worse and worse, typical old mans pub, gfo further down the road and have a piont in the kennilworth or better still the stewarts
fulhamstar - 17 Oct 2011 20:28
Really confused by the other reviewers. This place is class. Good food, fit staff and a beer garden where you can enjoy cafe culture in Latimer road!
madmax1 - 17 Jan 2011 10:40
This may well become the regular haunt for a quick post-football drink. Empty when we went in there on a Monday save for the old men with their pints and a couple of ropey looking locals. Has the added appeal of a BBQ although I hear that they're not much better than your local burger van job. Ok for a quick drink with friends but that's about it. Oh and special mention to the friendly barmaid.
telephones_and_toliets - 2 Aug 2010 23:26
This is (in fact) an old man's pub. Large flat screen TVs with the sound off, nothing approaching a real ale, some old men with dogs, and some sullen youths playing pool. A friendly Irish barmade, so friendly in fact that chatting with the locals ranks slightly higher than serving strangers.

I dare say it gets busy on on Friday nights, but on Monday night it was quiet enough for a drink. Which ever way you look at it, it's a pretty crap pub, but it's not pretentious, it's cheap, and they serve things like crisps instead of wasabi rice snacks drizzled with extra virgin smugness.
jhsp - 1 Mar 2010 10:21
Decent (although a little pretentious) celebrity hang-out on Notting Hill borders. In some ways this place is leading the charge of gentrification in this area with its cutting edge Italian food and post-ironic entertainment. Extraordinarily attractive staff complete the ensemble. Jedward are to play a New Year's Eve gig.
IanLegion - 5 Dec 2009 22:16

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