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Address: 15, Clifton Rd, London, W9 1SY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4344) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Warwick Avenue (0.2 miles), Maida Vale (0.4 miles), Paddington (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Paddington (0.8 miles), London Marylebone (0.8 miles), Kilburn High Road (1.1 miles)

Brewery: Samuel Smith's

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After a walk along the canal nearby on a cold frosty winters morning, a welcome well-kept pint of Sam Smith's in front of a roaring fire certainly hit the spot. The pub seems to have changed staff about nine months ago and the pleasant and helpful bar staff certainly made the visit enjoyable. The area is a bit chi-chi but the food was standard fare pub food and none the worse for that. We had sandwiches/bagettes, but they didn't appear on the menu for some reason. Our only negative was that vegetarians might have felt shortchanged by the standard of the quiche - it was a bit meh.
Don't go looking for the Robert Browning anymore the name has changed to the Eagle.
gb11 - 17 Jan 2013 21:56
I visited this pub over a year ago and was disappointed by the service I received. Last week I was in the area again and decided to give it another go. When I walk through the door i was greeted by a beaming smile. I lovely Irish lady by the name of Jo. Apparently her she has only had the keys for a week. Anyway I tried a Pint of the Pure Brewed lager. Fantastic Pint served in a stunning Glass. As we got talking turns out the room upstairs had just had a refurb. She kindly gave me a guided tour. This pub has everything to offer. Good sized beer garden, stunning lounge area upstairs and a traditional saloon bar downstairs. I tried the `beef stout pudding off the new menu. It was Superb and very reasonably priced for the area. I will defiantly be going back
tequilasteve - 27 Mar 2012 21:40
Sam Smiths pub not far from Warwick Road tube. All keg beers and served in plastic glasses yesterday, presumably because there was a cricket match on at nearby Lords. The interior is fairly pleasant and traditional with columns and a high ceiling. Prices are good, as you would expect from a Sam Smiths establishment.
blue_scrumpy - 10 Jun 2011 17:13
Had lunch here while at Lords a few weeks ago.

As per usual with a Sam Smiths pub, pricewise with the drinks you can't argue. My only problem is that they don't serve Old Brewary Bitter on handpump here. Is so much better served that way.

We also had lunch. Food provided by the Thai kitchen. It was about 7 for two courses. Had prawn toast and a Pad Thai (chicken noodles). Was really nice, good food which set us up for the remainder of the day at the cricket.

Nice patio out the back and a few seats and chairs on the street at the front for people watching.


rwjc22 - 9 May 2011 15:02
We went to this pub after going to the Warrington around the corner. And after that experience this was a welcome contrast. I enjoyed the Sam Smiths beer because it had been a while - and the price per pint was fantastic.

There was a cozy atmosphere - there were people reading the paper, people playing chess and people quietly chatting amongst themselves or with the lady behind the bar.

We then went upstairs for Thai and had a faultless meal!

Will definitely return if we're in the neighbourhood again.
The_Real_Alestralian - 10 Jan 2011 13:37

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