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Address: The Boulevard, Imperial Wharf, London, SW6 2UB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31105) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Fulham Broadway (0.8 miles), Parsons Green (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Clapham Junction (0.8 miles), Wandsworth Town (0.9 miles), West Brompton (1.2 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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Started going back here recently after work, such an improvement from when it first opened a few years ago. Even the food has improved greatly,a bit pricey if you don't take any of their special deals but it's worth paying for
wengerboy1964 - 12 May 2012 23:15
If you're lucky enough to be able to find the entrance you many not entirely hate this pub. All the doors at the waterside actually look like windows, and on many occasions the people I've seen who were lucky enough to find a door handle on the outside of the building soon discovered that the door was locked and were promptly thrown back to square one. If they survived the resulting exposure from the elements I'd say the nearby QueCumBar Must have earned many extra frustrated patrons for this fact alone.

Once in, you can tell that this Youngs pub is located in the middle of a cheaply constructed block of flats for stock brokers and football players in need of a nearby pied-de-terre. It's overstated, overpriced, under staffed and the potions wouldn't feed a 3 yr old. I don't think even my tape worm was full after I ate the 9 chips on my plate. If you can put up with the hordes of hoo-raa-henrys laughing obnoxiously then maybe you'll find comfort from the look of mixed modern leather and traditional wood furnishings.
Once in, you can tell that this youngs pub is located in the middle of a cheaply constructed block of flats for stock brokers and football players in need of a nearby pied-de-terre. It's overstated, overpriced, under staffed and the potions wouldn't feed a 3 yr old. If you can put up with the hordes of hoo-raa-henrys laughing obnoxiously then myabe enjoy the look of mixed modern leather and traditional wood furnishings.

On the plus side, staff have always been friendly and professional when they have time to deal with you, and the barmaid was very pretty (of course this won't effect my rating :-)

ham_and_eggs - 8 Jan 2010 15:18
A nice enough venue but unrealistic pricing and small portions prevents it from being a good pub. Disproportionally expensive carbonated beverages must also be highlighted.
mrpjones - 8 Jan 2010 14:43
Expensive meals, small portions, sometimes with very long waiting times.

Over 4 for a large coke...not good.
CookieMonster2 - 8 Jan 2010 14:34
Four pounds and twelve pence for a pint of Coke. This is an outrage!
ChrisRice192 - 8 Jan 2010 14:28

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