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The George and Devonshire, Chiswick - pub details

George and Devonshire
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Address: 8 Burlington Lane, Old Chiswick, London, W4 2QE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12246) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Turnham Green (0.7 miles), Stamford Brook (0.7 miles), Chiswick Park (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Chiswick (0.8 miles), Barnes Bridge (1 mile), Gunnersbury (1.1 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 29 users)
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user reviews of the George and Devonshire, Chiswick

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Can only echo catbert's comments below, a smart looking pub BUT on a friday night only two out of six pumps available (Pride and a rugby themed seasonal ) and everyone drinking lager. This pub is spitting distance from the brewery, for f**ks sake!
Green_0nions - 21 Feb 2015 12:03
Nice looking pub and also near the Fuller's Brewery, Serves London Pride, Chiswick Bitter and Honey Dew.
Dynekery - 17 Mar 2014 22:04
Nice staff, pleasant place, but for a pub right next to the Fuller's brewery the range of beers left a lot to be desired. Just two pumps on: one the seasonal, the other a watery pint of Pride.
catbert - 4 Jan 2014 22:49
Another Fullers pub on the opposite corner from the brewery and overlooking the Hogarth Roundabout. Fullers beers available were London Pride, Discovery & Chiswick. The bar area was packed with people watching the start of the England game. A pool table was being used near the window. Relatively uninspiring and I couldn't quite see the need for a bouncer on the door.
blue_scrumpy - 19 Jun 2010 15:44
Situated close to Fullers Brewery, the River Thames and also on the edge of the notorious Hogarth roundabout is the George and Devonshire, a Fullers pub with two adjoining, but distinctly separate bars.

The public bar is what it says on the tin - a basic, bare boarded room dominated by a snooker table, dartboard and TV. Curiously, it's in this bar, where most of the customers seemed to be of the lager swilling fraternity, that there's a dartboard describing the characteristics of the Fullers beers. It's also here that we learn that the George and Devonshire is "where Dick Turpin is said to have tied Black Bess and strolling players performed Shakespearean plays in the 16th Century to the nobility and gentry of Chiswick village."

The saloon bar is well appointed with flowers in vases on the tables and more of a food emphasis than I remember from previously. On my recent evening visit, a live music band was just setting up their instruments and equipment, taking up much of the space in the room. This room leads to an impressive and elegant function room, which, most notably, I can't remember ever noting it as being used for anything.

There's some outside seats at the front on the pavement where you can watch the traffic negotiating the roundabout. A quieter and more pleasant area is at the back of the pub, accessed from the lounge bar.

The London Pride - � 3.20p - was reasonable. The pub is a CAMRA Good Beer Guide regular.

This is a pleasant enough pub, but not worth a detour.
JohnBonser - 9 Jun 2010 11:55

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