The Mad Bishop and Bear, Paddington - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3960) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Fruit machines, Quiz machines (Multi)
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating, Credit cards accepted
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|Spacious and adquate bar high up in Paddington station. A fair range of ales, including several guests, and a place that seems less frenetic than its Fullers counterpart at Kings Cross. |
Couldn't understand why the sign to the Gents is in LMS maroon, here at the very fundament of all things Great Western, but with a decent pint to hand, I didn't lose too much sleep over it.
Torqueback - 11 Mar 2015 15:10
|I've been staying in B&Bs in Paddington every summer since 2009 & never visited this pub till now. Don't know why, maybe an aversion to escalators. Anyway, a good pint of Pride (3.99), WiFi that worked, plenty of seats and an almost tranquil atmosphere compared to the pandemonium below. What's not to like?|
Queenslander - 5 Oct 2014 22:57
|Visited this station pub after an absence of 4 years late on Tuesday evening. I regularly travel through Paddington, but rarely get round to visiting. It was very much as I remember it. The Fullers range is supplemented by a guest or two. The selection during our visit was Fullers Disocvery, Red Fox, London Pride, ESB & Chiswick, Hektors Pure & Hydes Original. Lacks atmosphere. But it is a quiet retreat from the main station concourse.|
blue_scrumpy - 27 Sep 2013 20:25
|Fuller's station pub at the top of the escalators in Paddington station.|
Since this place opened I have used it on almost every visit through the station, always had a very range of Fullers beers includes their seasonal specials on draught.
On my last visit I had Fuller's new Frontier lager @ 4.5%, very good quality even if the price was a bit steep.
Good that they have the train departure boards available for you to keep tabs on your train.
Well worth a visit if the price doesn't bother you.
lezford - 25 Jun 2013 14:12
|Well maidavale, you seem to like this pub so much, you keep coming back even when the beer is bad, you are allegedly shortchanged etc. There must be something that keeps you coming back.|
hotrods - 25 Nov 2012 07:56
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