The Gun, Coldharbour - pub details
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- Live music (Live jazz on some weekends)
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
- Riverside location
- Outside seating (Terrace and grassed area by river), Children allowed (Baby changing facilities highchairs and children's menu available), Late licence, Credit cards accepted (All bar diners), Function room for hire (2 private rooms available for high), Disabled access, Disabled toilet
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|Having worked in the area for over 14 months today was my first visit to The Gun...I have no idea why I haven't visited before today.|
4 cask ales....my pints of Stringers Yellow Lorry @ 4.0% & Jugged Hare's Pale Ale @ 4.3% were both excellent.
The front bar has tables laid for food to the left as you enter and "pub" seating areas to the right...the back bar is more like a pub and leads on the terrace that has a small standing area and a large covered area for diners.
River views are a massive plus, the pub has decent and attentive staff, good well kept ales & the food looks blinking excellent.
Tucked away from the main road this is a quality pub that is worthy of another visit ASAP.
lezford - 9 Apr 2014 15:21
|After trying a traditional local down the road - the George, we moved on to the Gun. This gastropub is at the opposite end of the spectrum. The front bar is primarily for diners. There is also a rear bar that was packed with tennis fans and a terrace with great views over to the Dome and the new cable car. Prices are astronomical - £7.50 for a bottle of stout and a half of bitter! £25.50 for a steak! Beers on were Caledonian Flying Dutchman, Sambrooks Junction, Adnams Bitter & Otter Amber. We only stayed for one.|
blue_scrumpy - 9 Jul 2012 19:59
|Found pub as a result of downloadable DLR Real Ale Trail, and not easy as well tucked away. Diamond Jubilee weekend so very busy, but staff made us welcome, and steak sandwich off bar menu was £9.50 but very good. Excellent pint of Dark Star Hophead at £3.70, other beers were Sambrooks Junction and Adnams Bitter. Outside Terrace with Portugese Bar B Q would probably be great on a dry day ... If ever out this way again would pop by.|
spikefromsurrey - 4 Jun 2012 09:52
|Wonderful pub. Really atmospheric with great views. It is a gastro pub, but the real ales (Adnams, Hophead and Scottish flyer) were really well kept. Cosy fires as well for the winter nights. Food is expensive, but was top quality.|
leeborders - 9 Nov 2011 13:46
|Nice beer, great interior almost too nice to be a pub - the eating area feels like a restaurant (and the type of restaurant that's too expensive for my pocket). Had a nice real ale - one I had'nt heard of before and sat on the terrace looking at the Millennium Dome and the Thames. Did encounter some slight difficulty communicating with some foreign bar staff. A good place but not entirely my cup of tea. |
Trinker - 20 Jul 2011 11:07
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