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The Eel Pie, Twickenham

Have to agree with Cleversaz. The pub smells like a deep fat fryer on a bad night. The beers/lagers are all overpriced and not well kept (Tanglefoot tasted like a bad foot). Will not be going back ever again unless hell freezes over or the management make some drastic changes. Having frequented this pub for many years before I left the area, I was shocked on my return to find how this pub has gone down hill. Bring back Alan & Claire.

9 Apr 2013 17:59

The Three Kings, Twickenham

Pub under major refurbishment, and new management.
Should be good when it opens.
Good Luck

14 Feb 2011 12:49

The Barmy Arms, Twickenham

Oh My God, all of you got away lightly.
I walked into the pub on an England losing match day, and had the misfortune of making a comment to the landlord that the England team were crap.
Well, the shit the shit hit the fan.
He pulled out a cattle prod, and proceeded to stun me. Thinking this was an English initiation to rugby, I was not too perturbed. But he followed up the prodding, by dragging me down to the Thames, where he proceeded to WATERBOARD me for at least 10 minutes. At this point I realised that I had fallen foul of a crazy publican. I then proceeded to correct my erroneous statement about the England rugby team, at which point he pulled me out of the Thames, hugged me and dragged me back inside the pub for a pint, which he paid for.
Well, we are now best of friends and I fully understand his way of running this great pub.
It takes a great deal of work to run a pub, and do it successfully. So if a few individuals fall foul of my new friend, it is because they were out of line.
Let England win, ban cattle prods and make friends.
(Take this post with a pinch of salt.)

31 Mar 2009 21:36

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