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Windsor Castle
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Address: 3 Lanark Place, London, W9 1BT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21723) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Warwick Avenue (0.3 miles), Maida Vale (0.5 miles), Paddington (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Marylebone (0.7 miles), London Paddington (0.8 miles), Kilburn High Road (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 12 users)
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Had an interesting 'coupla' pints in this place on a Saturday night. There were no ales available and they are STILL serving 1664 in Stella glasses! The cost of a pint was pricey but when my partner ordered spirits, I certainly had no money left over for the woman who barged into the place selling clothes!

The locals make this pub what it is. There were some real characters in there and the woman behind the bar had personality too.

I will definitely return if I'm in the area
The_Real_Alestralian - 10 Jan 2011 14:00
No proper ale, 3-40 for a pint of 1664 served in a Stella glass (when they don't sell Stella), old fogies boring you with tales of their Benidorm timeshare and the odd local 'mong' around to pester newcomers..... yet I liked this place because in a sea of foreign bars and restaurants and an attempt to eliminate everything 'English' this is still an old fashioned 'How's yer Father' local English pub... almost extinct in London. You may not appreciate the local 'bigoted' views... but strange that if those 'local' bigoted views were espoused by people you encountered on holiday somewhere they would be 'understandale'. A locals pub for locals... too small to be anything else - nothing wrong with that.
anonymous - 8 Jul 2010 20:40
As others have said, entering this pub is a bit like being in someones front room. Unlike a nice front room, I didnt find the front bar to be very comfortable no normal seating; only high stools and high tables. I didnt bother with the back room. The only real ale on was Adnams Bitter, which was not particularly good. I dont think Ill be returning.
RexRattus - 7 Apr 2009 13:29
This is very much a locals pub and I felt a little unwelcome so ended up sitting in the back room drinking my pint of Adnams, if I remember correctly. This room had a plasma screen and numerous rugby shirts up on the walls, but none of them seemed to be English tut tut.

There is a small alcove with some sofas in it towards the back of the pub and there is also another plasma screen in the small main bar where the locals were all hanging out.

The barmaid was very friendly, but I dont think that Ill be returning in a hurry.
Strongers - 17 Mar 2009 11:29
Most of the people who drink in this place are 1 stop from East Ham i.e. Barking.
cashdog - 19 Jan 2009 11:42

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