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The New Inn, Brentford - pub details

New Inn

Address: 1 New Road, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 0NX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2355) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations South Ealing (0.9 miles), Northfields (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Brentford (0.3 miles), Kew Bridge (0.9 miles), Syon Lane (1.2 miles)

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A lively and busy pub even if Brentford aren’t playing at home with a mainly Irish crowd
Had a singer in here after the Brentford Leeds game who was far too loud and with that and the Police sirens due to the fighting in the streets we couldn’t hear ourselves think so we went elsewhere
wooser - 23 May 2022 21:17
I've only been there on weekends to watch rugby or the GAA. One or two of my visits coincided with home football games, and you'd find that the place was busy before the match, together with the soccer on the TV, then the fans would depart leaving a mostly Irish crowd to watch the GAA. Loads of people tend to piss off the minute matches finish too, which doesn't do much for the overall atmosphere of the place - which is generally quite good.

The landlord does a great job in catering to both crowds - football / GAA - and there are enough screens for everyone. On days when Brentford aren't at home GAA does seem to take priority with the commentary turned up. A fantastic pint of Guinness for £3.50, easily the best I've had in London, and yes I'm aware that everyone makes that claim every now and again.

I haven't witnessed any kind of bother there, and on matchdays there are lads on the door (which is the norm). Yeah some of the clientele can seem chavvy but isn't that soccer for you.
el_bozboz - 30 Mar 2015 13:15
Went in here after a midweek Brentford game not expecting much after reading a view or 2 on here but I liked it.Friendly guvnor and barmaid and 2 well kept cask ales (admittedly only Youngs London Gold & Doom Bar) but I had Doom Bar and my friend had the Gold and they were both perfect.There was a ladies darts league match going on (great to see Darts in a pub) and plenty of screens for the sport,as one expects in an Irish pub.Out of the 3 pubs I went in to I would prefer the Griffin,but this pub is a great alternative and a lot better then the woeful Princess Royal.
boundsgreenboy - 29 Aug 2014 11:06
Wow, what a novelty. A pub with nothing drinkable whatsoever! Not even a token quality lager, jut tap after tap of Carling, Strongbow, Coors etc; plus two disgusting bitter on hand pumps. I nearly got fed up and left altogether as the bar staff repeatedly served people three back in the queue over my shoulder, and ignored me having been stood at the bar for ten minutes plus.

The fact that this is listed as an “away friendly” pub for Brentford matches simply means that their bitter fans won't actually punch you; the pub is generally unwelcoming, and as mentioned above, anybody who is not a home fan becomes a second class citizen at the bar. If you are unsure of quite what the social genre of “chav” is supposed to define, just spend ten minutes in this establishment.

I've been to some truly awful pubs in my time, but this is easily one of the worst.
elegiac_stanzas - 20 Jan 2013 09:15
Brilliant pub, first time in here to watch Leinster game, and the crack was just mighty, very welcoming pub, staff fast even though it was busy but still had time for a smile, will be returning without a doubt, dublin lady around the pub (assuming owns it) changing tv's to suit what customers wanted to watch, picking up glasses and cleaning the pub the whole time she was down, and just seemed to have a nice word to say to everyone. So nice to get a nice old Irish pub in London, where the crack is nearly as good if not better than the pubs at home. Keep it going, great stuff
philmur30 - 29 Apr 2012 20:39

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