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Cross Keys
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Address: 57 Black Lion Lane, Hammersmith, London, W6 9BG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4882) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Stamford Brook (0.2 miles), Ravenscourt Park (0.3 miles), Turnham Green (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations South Acton (1.4 miles), Chiswick (1.4 miles), Gunnersbury (1.5 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 40 users)
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Wandering a part of London not familiar to me I came across this gem. Its was fairly quiet early on a Saturday afternoon, and a plumbing disaster in the male dunny was causing consternation, yet I was welcomed & treated like an old friend. I had an excellent pint of London Pride (3.54) and an interesting conversation about nothing in particular with the bar person. I did not see James May, but if he is indeed a regular he has a cracking pub as his local.
Queenslander - 29 Oct 2014 21:36
I saw James May here.He was in the Gents,and I saw his cock-quite nice!
bees4evva - 18 Apr 2013 14:10
What a cracking little pub! Nearly walked passed it the other day on the way to the river. So very glad we didn't. Not a massive beer selection (2 Ales on) but the friendly chap at the bar recommended I try Summer Ale which was lovely. My friend didn’t fancy anything on draught so the barman suggested one of the bottle ales instead. He ended up going for a ‘Pastmasters XX’ apparently it’s a beer that you won’t see everywhere, made to a recipe from the 1800’s. The taste I had was again, lovely, really hoppy with bags of flavour! (Over 7% though so not a beer I could have a lot of)

Spent a very relaxed few hours in the garden then played a couple of games of darts. Not a bad night at all.

squid2k - 29 Jul 2012 14:14
New to this area and new to this forum but this pub is great. The usual array of Fullers beers served very well and amazing newly refurbished garden. Possibly my new local!
beerabout - 8 Jun 2012 04:08
Another backstreet Fullers pub not far off the A4. The front bar is fairly traditional, with wood panelling and frosted glass windows. Rugby flags can currently be seen on the ceiling. As you head towards the rear, the pub opens up into a much larger room. Only 2 Fullers ales were on - Pride & Bengal Lancer. Watching sports is clearly one of the favourite pastimes of patrons here. Many were discussing what the landlord would be showing on the different screens. A pleasant pub, but with a limited ale range.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Mar 2012 16:26

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