The Sussex Arms, Twickenham - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6910) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Smoking area, Wireless internet access
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Prince Blucher, Twickenham (0.1 miles), Wine Bar, Twickenham (0.1 miles), Prince Albert, Twickenham (0.2 miles), King's Arms, Twickenham (0.2 miles), Rifleman, Twickenham (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Friendly pub with very, very impressive range of ales (local and from far away) and ciders on hand-pumps. Wide range of hot food options including their famous pies which are to die for! The toilets aren't great, but the main whinge would be that there are lots of small round tables and high stools but nothing that's ideal for eating at!|
Trev - 2 Jan 2015 20:22
|All I can say to you, slerpy, is that if you find the Sussex Arms a tatty pub then Christ knows what you would have made of the Wenlock Arms, Hoxton, before its basic makeover. I have never heard anyone else criticising this pub in such a manner. Everyone I've gone there with has found it a delightful place.|
I go to the Sussex Arms about once a fortnight so their loyalty card proves valuable to me and I have visited all the real ale pubs in the area - someone has got to do it.
MillHouse - 24 Nov 2014 11:34
|MillHouse (sic), I think the reason that the Sussex had so few beers on when I visited was the fact that the Twickenham Beer Festival was on and they possibly thought that it result in a loss of trade. My view that the Sussex is tatty was my opinion and I understand that some people live in a pig sty. As for your mathematical equation on the cost of a pint it ONLY works out IF a customer returns and drinks nine pints,I probably won't. It could well be the best pub in the area but I haven't visited all of them,have you?|
slerpy - 23 Nov 2014 17:21
|I was in here yesterday afternoon and there were 11 real ales on plus six ciders.|
It was fairly busy given the time of day and the atmosphere was good. I had three pints - Arbor Transpacific Pale Ale 4.5%, Haresfoot Totem 4.5% and Big Smoke Brewery Pale Ale 5% - and they were all in very good condition. Still £3.60 per pint but with their loyalty card (buy 9 pints get one free) in real terms this works out at £3.24 per pint which is very reasonable for the area.
I cannot agree with slerpy's opinion (immediately below) that this pub is tatty. It's just a comfortable down to earth pub enhanced at this time of the year by two real fires. He must have been very unlucky though to have found only six beers on when he visited - I've never seen less than 10. This is a smashing pub, probably the best in the area.
MillHouse - 21 Nov 2014 11:00
|A decent pub with six real ales and six ciders. I expected more real ales. The sevice was excellent, the beer was very good,we were handed a reward card,buy nine get one free. The pub is tatty at the edges and the photos that i've seen are misleading. An easy 8/10 with potential, i'm just a bit miffed over just six beers.|
slerpy - 23 Oct 2014 20:01
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