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The Jolly Gardeners, Mortlake - pub details

Jolly Gardeners
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Address: 36 Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake, London, SW14 7EX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11698) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Kew Gardens (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Mortlake (0.1 miles), Barnes Bridge (0.8 miles), Chiswick (0.9 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 9 users)
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I really liked it in here and that�s not just because it has a pool table, a couple of plasma screens and TWO dartboards. I�m not that keen on watching �Cash in the Attic� whilst supping my beer, but I was able to sit at the rear of the pub near the exit to the beer garden to have some peace.

Youngs Ordinary, Special and Directors were available with one pump being off. There is also a wide selection of standard lagers.

This would be a great place to have an extended stop off during a pub crawl.
Strongers - 17 Feb 2009 15:37
Came here a few times in the 80s, but today paid my first visit here since then. As I recall it used to be a straightforward no-nonsense boozer � and it still is! As John B says, it doesn�t change much, which is most definitely a good thing. Just Young�s ales of course, but the pint of Special I had was very welcome during a hot muggy lunchtime in August.

It was very quiet when I was in during a weekday lunchtime; just me - and a couple of old lads reminiscing about how the pub used to look in days gone by. I guess it might be a very different place in the evening, but even when it�s busy it will still be a very good pub. I like it, and would recommend to anyone who likes an unpretentious pub.

RexRattus - 6 Aug 2008 21:35
Good honest Youngs locals pub on the main road from Richmond to Mortlake. I'm a bit suprised that it's only had 2 postings since my introductory comment below in November 2004.

I've little to add to that posting, which is still largely true today.

This was the pub that the Watneys draymen used to drink in in the 70's when Grotneys ( sorry Watneys ) was brewed at the Stag Brewery close by
JohnBonser - 25 Mar 2008 13:40
friendly local Young's pub where i spent a very enjoyable afternoon watching of the better stops on a mortlake crawl including the ship, the tapestry and the railway. apparently there is music some nights.
mozzzzzz - 11 Oct 2006 15:11
used to use it in the seventies,had a bloke who used to put "from a jack to a king" on non stop. is it still on the c/d player i wonder ??
mysteryposter - 2 Nov 2005 16:12

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