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Orchard, Shepherds Bush

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Bring back the wii!!!
chewbacca - 22 Aug 2009 16:49
Great pub and friendly staff. No food on offer, but then again this is a PUB and not pretending to be anything else. We go there regularly, and the staff know us all by first name and make us feel genuinely welcome.
knoxdwc - 29 May 2009 21:51
A great pub, well-run, good prices, open late. The only reason I don't go all the time is the complete absence of real ales. Often the way with Irish pubs.
strick - 12 Apr 2009 15:35
Top pub, the best in the bush, cozy inside and very welcoming. loads of sport and good music too. The staff are great too
rangerman - 21 Feb 2009 23:07
The more and more you see real decent non-exclusive Bush pubs disappear - (e.g. The Brackenbury as run by Michael and Margaret on Goldhawk Rd,The Princess Victoria ;beautiful Celtic memoribilia ripped out, gastro-elitist-poncidised for that totally inauthentic Pall Mall Club feel..-God,I'd like to burn it down..,The Eagle has been wine-barred with non professional class price exclusion policy,pints start at #3.30..) the more you appreciate unreconstructed ,for the people of-all-sorts gems like the Orchard. A family of long-term Publicans,has Jim PaddyHoops at the top...sorry forgot also amiable but not over unctuous missuses name..(Mary?) but real star of show is their sparkling friendly daughter 36 year-old blonde curly-haired Karen.The pub has a cracking jukebox,loud recorded retro (70's,80's,90's) hits at weekends,an immaculate pool table and most of all a COMMUNITY feel, (AND CLEAN BOGS!). The pub is BUSY and always will be,well equipped as it is to survive these impending dread economic times.
Most importantly of all,I want to get across this pub is not parochial,intolerant or class-bound.Whether posh or poor you'll not have an eye blinked.
HoopsyLoopy - 20 Sep 2008 02:48
Quality pub, some good characters in here.
random_ranger - 11 Sep 2008 11:59
Good traditional pub. Has a lot of regulars, but certainly not unfriendly. Has quite a good jukebox, not stuffed full of the regular pop/RnB you find in most places. Also has a darts board, pool table and shows the football, but without the charged up chav element you get in other places.
Cropstar - 8 Mar 2008 15:54
Not at all rough. An Irish local and the people are friendly. The only paper I could find to read was an Irish one but one of the regulars, realising I wasn't Irish, came over with an English paper for me instead. Now that is the kind of small kindness you do not get every day.
beeronaut - 10 Oct 2007 08:05
Just so you know its a landlady not landlord. Karen being her name. Not one bit rough. Infact the customers are great and i'm not one of them but do visit when in the area. Nice family run pub but sort out the jukebox
spotcheck - 23 Apr 2007 19:51
Fantastic pub. Great landlord who will put what you want on tv (which as a rugby league fan is particularly useful in London). Good, cheap Guiness, friendly locals. A proper pub; doesn't do food and doesn't need to. The best place in Shepherd's Bush to have a pint with your mates, and watch sport.
fraser - 28 Apr 2006 16:12
Great pub. Cheap beer and you're left alone to enjoy it. Might be best to avoid when there's live music, it can get very loud and crowded. It's a mostly older, Irish crowd - maybe that's what the previous reviewer considers rough?
madra_dubh - 24 Jan 2006 18:01
onlt 2.10for a double irish scotch .. a bit rough though
anonymous - 11 Oct 2004 15:58
actually on the Askew Rd. Irish pub. pool table & competion.
Link cash machine inside/ Foster 2.18 pint.
Orginal clcok built into the shelves above bar.

Tim - 9 Dec 2003 13:40

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