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Hogshead, Uxbridge

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user reviews of the Hogshead, Uxbridge

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I don't like it. The beer is rubbish and the prices are hiddeous. It's a pain to get around the place, steps and things everywhere, not easy for disabled folks I imagine, and it tries to be overly pretnetious and fancy when it really really is no sophisticated London wine bar. There is a nasty smell of rotten cabbage .... or maybe it is lettuce LOL! We didnt; eat becuase we saw some less than appetising food come out and the prices were ridiculous.
ladyday - 18 Jul 2008 15:38
Quality place nice and airy wih friendly staff and food was exceant - although iut was about two years ago that I last ate there
ted_savage - 17 Jul 2007 14:36
gone a bit pants, pricey too
mrs_newcastle - 29 Apr 2007 14:06
No real ale anymore. Iíve not been in and I donít intend to.
fuzzfeast - 1 Mar 2007 11:15
Note: Name Change, Now Slug & Lettuce


zagreb - 21 Feb 2007 14:01
I dont actually think this bar is all that bad.... its quite good on a fri n sat nite except its really packed.. Couldnt say if it was cheap or not never actually bought a proper drink in there but they do £1 shots so thats all good for me....
luckylass - 28 Sep 2006 21:53
I used to drink in the hogs until last year whilst at Uni and always found it to be a great watering hole.Clean pub, friendly staff who enjoyed working there and always something happening. However i was really disappointed last week when i visited.The place has really gone down hill.the beer was warm,the staff were rude and it took ages to get served.My friends meal looked like something that could almost pass as food, and it would seem that all the local chavs have taken up residence. dont waste your time here as you will be sorry.
norton3 - 30 Jun 2006 20:09
OVERPRICED BUT YOU DO GET QUICK SERVICE MOST OF THE TIME AND THEY HAVE GIANT JENGA SO IT'S NOT ALL BAD!!!
CharleyMouse - 12 Sep 2005 14:50
Great place...easily the best in Uxbridge. I recently spent a few weeks staying in Uxbridge visiting a friend. While we went out to central a couple of times, we went to the hog's head most of the nights we went out in Uxbridge. It's more welcoming than the Old Bill, less Chav than wetherspoons, less dingy than the Metropolitan and cheaper than Bar Roosh which was full of chavs trying to be posh.
They have a quiz on Tuesday nights which makes it a bit different and it's laid back and unpretentious with staff who look like they want to be there.
On fri and sats they seem to have the misfortune of being the closest pub to the Royales place with the sticky floor and therefore attract the chavs at the end of their pub crawls....
The only issue I had is that they never have the full menu on...I wanted to try the yorkshire and sausage!

brightongirl - 8 Aug 2005 14:49
Chav and kid city. DOnt bother. Go to Auberge for a slightly more civilised pint, or anywhere else for that matter...
Spikester - 29 Jul 2005 17:03
Poor service(first time had 2 wait 10 minutes before waitress even acknowledged we were waiting, second time ended up ordering at the bar as we got tired of waiting), bad food (first time didn't have half the selection on the menu at lunch time, second time food tasted like chef must of mixed up tea spoon of salt with tablespoon of salt) poor waiting (had to fetch my own cutlery tissues sauces etc, not one courtesy call on both occasions). Didn't seem to get one smile off "friendly" staff, most happiest thought of experience was leaving. Not willing to go 3rd time lucky, especially when nando's gets it right everytime.
vyks - 23 Apr 2005 00:07
Nice, open, spacious pub. The staff are friendly, and the food is pretty good. Prices are about average I'd say.
jcf - 21 Feb 2005 13:19
How can anyone use the words Hogshead and cheap in the same sentence baffles me. This has to be the 2nd most expensive place in Uxbridge, 2nd only to Baroosh.
zagreb - 20 Feb 2005 15:20
Its rubbish. They kicked us out in the middle of a sunday for a 'private function', while the football was on! Balls to 'em.
dave - 15 Nov 2004 13:45
its nice and clean its cheaper dan da old bill and its lively.
Amy - 14 Nov 2004 21:21
nice and clean; if you find your outgrowing the cap and trainer wearing youth of the 'good yarn' on a firday night, then heres your best bet. And they play music - which is a bonus.
dandan - 3 Jul 2004 15:16
It's OK if you like that sort of thing.
Ceri - 28 Apr 2004 15:56
its a canny enough place. big and bright. very popular with the young. usual nosh and drinks from the hogshead. its not bad at all.
anonymous - 7 Apr 2004 14:24

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