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user reviews of the White Hart, Harlington

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The White Hart was the last remaining pub in Harlington for me to visit and it's in the current Good Beer Guide. Situated to the north not too far from the M4, it's a reasonably large Fullers pub where drinkers appear to be catered for as well as diners. It was quiet on my Thursday evening visit. There was background music playing, but no other entertainment. Ales were Pride, ESB & Oliver's Island. My ESB appeared to be a little past its best. But not bad enough to return. Not overly impressed.
blue_scrumpy - 16 Jun 2017 19:12
May have had a facelift but still has same oddballs cluttering up the place.
I dont find humour in watching so called adults and their antic's, felt a bit like kids runnimg riot whilst their parents were out. not up to Fullers standards. very surprised !

DaveMal - 28 Apr 2010 23:22
we had our wedding reception here and i have to say it was brilliant,the staff are excellent beyond the call of duty,friendly,professional under pressure, i cant rate this pub high enough.the quality of the beer and food was the clincher in choosing this pub and my god did they do us proud.thanks Jim,you are a pro and it showed.
i`ve been drinking in this pub for a while and it is the best proper pub in the area,no one will bother you if you dont want them to,but are friendly and dont bite,you just need to consider how many people passing through they see.
the most important thing is to try the London porter on draught ,when its on after the pride its the best beer in England
redkev1901 - 9 Oct 2009 13:55
Nice..... I think that there is a link with the easy hotel as was pushed to visit this pub by them. A little confusing but not a traditional pub. I thought it had a 'harvester' feel about it, so I left & found solace in anothe pub nearby.
jonty21 - 6 Oct 2009 15:36
The pub was refurbished in February and looks well, as Fuller's did a sympathetic job.

This is my regular haunt when working in Hayes. The ales are well-kept Fuller's (including a seasonal) and the food is homemade and served in hearty portions. Customers are friendly and bar staff welcoming and efficient. Well worth a visit.
wobblybob - 4 Apr 2009 15:12
I quite like this pub and come here every month after my union meeting. The pub is generally very good and on the odd occasion it has been off when told they have taken it off or changed the barrel which is a nice change.

It's no pricier than the rest of West London and the clientele are friendly enough but they do mind their own business. It's probably the best pub near Heathrow terminals 1-3 (take the 140 bus and it's ten minutes away).

Has the football, does decent food. Pretty good all round.
woofhound - 26 Oct 2008 20:27
The London Pride and Discovery were on form as usual. The selection of food is excellent and I can say (a) I’ve never had a bad meal (order the stir-fry orange chicken – magnificent!) (b) the prices are very reasonable and (c) The service is good. The staff are friendly and helpful and you can even get cash-back from the bar!

I noted that an earlier posted moaned about the clientele – the pub customers sort themselves out – the artisans and locals go to the left at the entrance, where there’s a big TV and a dart board – others go to the right.

As far as the car park is concerned, OK the spaces are a little narrow, but there’s always a space with another on both sides. I’ve never known anyone have any bother.

I’ve used the pub to entertain business guests, relatives and friends when I have been in the Heathrow area; all have been impressed with the casual friendliness, the atmosphere and the food and drink.

If you are going to meet someone at Heathrow (Terminals 1, 2 and 3) go a bit earlier and call in, and/or on the way back, take them there.

greybeard - 1 Feb 2008 00:10
calm and friendly atmosphere
mrs_newcastle - 29 Apr 2007 13:36
most expensive pub in the area but good because they let kids go in nice clean toilets .
anonymous - 26 Apr 2007 07:15
Decent pints of Fuller's ale and friendly.
wobblybob - 23 Feb 2007 10:10
Great pub for a Xmas/Birthday celebration (especailly for an after-work crowd)
anonymous - 29 Nov 2005 15:54
A good pub, bit rough and ready (don't park your car in the car park!) but enjoyable beers and food.
The Ginger Prince - 12 Aug 2004 13:01

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