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The George and Dragon, Yiewsley - pub details

Address: 176 High Street, Yiewsley, West Drayton, Middlesex, UB7 7BE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30475) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations West Drayton (0.3 miles), Iver (1.6 miles), Hayes & Harlington (2.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.0/10 (rated by 6 users)
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Have been in here a few times of late. It's still a decent place to watch live football. But the language can be colourful and there's a few characters. Tried eating here one evening too. But food was pretty poor. It's still a Greene King establishment and Rocking Rudolph was the ale on just before Christmas.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Feb 2018 18:24
Was in here again 8 days ago. Just Greene King IPA & Morland Old Golden Hen on for real ale drinkers. Aspalls Waddlegoose Lane in a bottle was my choice. One TV was showing football and the others had Ryder Cup golf on. Bar staff were friendly. Have never tried the food in here. But I'm told its good value. Food is served until 9pm. Always a mixture of clientele in here. Still just about the best pub in West Drayton/Yiewsley. But that's saying something!
blue_scrumpy - 8 Oct 2016 11:03
Another year on from my last visit. Another away game in Manchester missed. Another game to view on BT Sports. Another defeat for my team! Headed in here just before midday and it was already busy. There are plenty of TVs to watch live sport. The only 2 ales I could see this time were Greene King IPA & Timothy Taylor Landlord. Alas, there is no longer any real cider. The best I could get was Hogsback Hazy Hog in a bottle. Although at £4.20 a bottle, I restricted my consumption to 2. Plenty of shouting again. Although this time I was surrounded by the old boys - a strange mixture of locals. Downgrading my rating to a 5, due to the lack of a real cider. But I'll be back next time I miss a match.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Oct 2014 18:34
True to my word, it has only been 2 years since my last visit. The George & Dragon has gone up in my esteem after today's visit. Service is still not the quickest, with a fair few staff seemingly milling around doing not an awful lot. However the 3-4 minutes I was left standing at the bar allowed me to spot a box of real cider lurking in the corner and marked "house cider". Of course I had to plump for this and I'm fairly sure it was Westons Wyld Wood. 2 ales were also on - Timothy Taylor Landlord and Ossett Yorkshire Blonde - no Greene King keg ales in sight. Although I'm sure this is still a Greene King pub and there were some keg options. The atmosphere was as boisterous as ever, with plenty of shouting, swearing and irrational behaviour. But the pub has multiple screens showing BT Sports football, which the reason I was there after missing my first away match for some time. Not really a substitute for being in Manchester, but the George & Dragon served its purpose well and the real cider was an unexpected bonus.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Oct 2013 16:39
After my last visit over 3 years ago, I vowed never to return to what is actually the nearest pub to my house. In need of refreshment, I did venture in here on Friday evening. To my surprise, I was actually served within a few minutes. The place was fairly busy. But it was noisy too, with music being played at an excessive volume. TVs were on and a card school was in full flow. 3 Greene King ales were on - IPA, Old Speckled Hen & Ruddles Best. Probably now the best bar in the West Drayon/Yiewsley area. I will up my rating to 4/10 and it may not be 3 years until my next visit.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Nov 2011 13:10

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