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Username: MartinRAF

Age: 54

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The Greyhound, Carshalton

A large Youngs pub offering the usual ales and a dedicated dining area. Have been here many times in the past, although not for a while but we recently visited for a meal with friends and I have to say the food was generally very good and my rump steak was probably one of the best I have ever had. Obviously though judging by others comments it can be hit and miss but I would recommend you give it a go. The staff behind the bar were friendly and the serving staff efficient even though it was busy - and they were able to help one of our party who has gluten free requirements. The ales were all well kept - give it go!

18 Jan 2010 19:29

The Abbey, Westminster

I have probably been here a handful of times now with my early impressions being that it was OK but seems to be going downhill. The first time I went the real ales weren't bad and all were drinkable and the food wasn't bad either. However, more recently when I have gone the beer has been pretty poor and on the latest occasion almost undrinkable - probably because they don't get sufficient demand. Also the food was limited over Christmas period to only snacks or Christmas dinner and most recently the kitchen was closed. I therefore doubt I will return unless others indicate that the beer has improved again!

18 Jan 2010 19:19

The Sun, Carshalton

A great pub with friendly staff and good food - definitely worth a detour to pay it a visit even if only for the beer. A good variety of ales and all of those I have tried so far seem to be kept very well too. When we went it would have been worth booking a table in advance but the telephone number doesn't seem to be anywhere so if anyone knows perhaps they could post it here!

28 Dec 2009 20:38

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