The Greyhound, Kew Green - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 41947) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
- Riverside location
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Late licence, Credit cards accepted, Smoking area, Function room for hire, Wireless internet access, Coach parties welcome, Disabled access
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other pubs nearby:
Coach and Horses, Kew (0.1 miles), Rose and Crown, Kew (0.1 miles), Botanist On The Green, Kew (0.2 miles), Bell and Crown, Chiswick (0.2 miles), Express Tavern, Kew Bridge (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Was here for lunch a couple of Saturdays ago and had a lovely time.|
Table service, friendly staff, great food and well kept beer.
riddz - 17 Jul 2013 16:44
|Went here with a group of like minded old codgers and had the best pint of Young's Bitter I've had for a long time. They also had London Pride and Doombar. |
The barmaids were lovely and even brought our drinks to the table for us.
The food looked excellent although we didn't try it.
zapsincl - 17 Jul 2013 13:19
|Had supper and several pints here a week or so back. It is fun, it is simple, it is light and airy. The garden at the back is a haven. Loved it. Will return to enjoy more friendly faces are around.|
plumbpudding - 9 Sep 2012 16:33
|I had lunch at the Greyhound yesterday and thought it was great! I love the fact they’re dog friendly and it has a really nice relaxed vibe that tends to go with pubs that allow mutts in. I had the beefburger and chips and my husband had the slow roasted pork and both meals were really delicious. The beer garden at the back is really nicely done and the staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. There wasn’t a big range of bitter but that’s really the only downside of this pub. Definitely recommended. |
wobblymoth - 9 Aug 2012 11:44
|Doom Bar, Pride on tap, the usual suspects basically. |
Lots of parents and toddlers, which is fine if both elements behave. Gastro type food fayre, you could stick a mast in the prawn crackers and sail off down the river, better yet stick the parents and toddlers on the crackers, unfurl the mast and give 'em a push and a wave goodbye.
My small lad behaved though, just for once.
boony - 24 Apr 2012 17:37
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