The Greyhound, Kensington - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 875)
Chain: Original Pub Co.
- Sky TV, Big screen
- Pool table (1)
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|No longer have a pool table in the back room. Good range of beers on tap, had a couple of enjoyable Adnams. Crowd mixed, mainly post-work and a few posh kids, dÃ©cor bland. Overall certainly not a destination pub but would pop in if thirsty and walking past, however this is unlikely as it is quite far down a side road in an area of London I rarely visit.|
coconuts27 - 25 Feb 2014 13:02
|This is a nice pub in the rather upmarket surroundings of Kensington Square. Popped in of an afternoon the other week and the place was bustling along nicely with a decent mix of customers - office workers, shoppers, folk simply having a pint, like me. Very comfortable area by the bar with comfy sofas and a larger, open plan type area to the rear. A range of beers if a little uninspiring, but the Doom Bar I had was in good nick.|
barlick - 19 Sep 2012 13:53
One of the Taylor Walker pubs (but still 'Nicholsons-lite'). Lovely curved windows, benches. Dull beer, Pride, Doom, etc. Bigscreen at back. Usual TW crap muzak.
curioushistory - 8 Jan 2012 15:47
|A nice pub located on the rity Kensington Square just behind Barkers the Greyhound is actually also surprising large. The narrower front area with the bar opens out in to a large rear room with a projector screen TV. Obviously footy watching is an important part of this pubs operation.|
The decor is traditional and pretty impressive red upholstered benches in alcoves to the left of the entrance and a nice set of chairs and tables in the rear room.
Beers on offer were pretty standard - Pride, Doom Bar and Bombardier.
I liked this pub and wouldn't mind returning in an evening. I did have to mark it down slightly though because it had bloody Christmas decorations up in early November - just bizarre.
murgatroyd - 7 Nov 2010 10:40
|Having studied in the area for over 2 years i was pleasantly surprised after been forced into the Greyhound on a Thursday. A new night called Acoustic Thursday’s was a live music night showcasing an array of different musicians. I was shocked with the lively atmosphere and variety of music on show which completely changed my opinion of the place. Seriously guys its worth checking out if ya ever stuck on a Thursday. I think that guy who runs it is called Ash so guess if you need more information contact him. |
pash50337 - 1 Sep 2010 20:53
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