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The Albany Arms, Brentford - pub details

Address: 17 Albany Road, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 0NF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31151) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brentford (0.3 miles), Kew Bridge (0.8 miles), Kew Gardens (1 mile)

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> Current user rating: 3.3/10 (rated by 15 users)
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user reviews of the Albany Arms, Brentford

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5 most recent reviews of 17 shown - see all reviews

Now the Black Dog. Incredible range of ales, ciders and perries with good cooked food too. The word has obviously got around because this was busy when nearby pubs were empty - but not too busy, plenty of tables inside and out. Everything's still new and in great condition. Highly recommended.
Trev - 3 Jan 2020 20:38
The Albany Arms has re-opened as the Black Dog Beer House. It is a valuable addition to the area, with a great selection of ales and ciders. The atmosphere is comfortable. The gents toilets are spacious! Ales on during our visit were Heavy Industry Pigeon Toes Orange Peel, Brew York Brew York, Howling Hops Pudding Ale Chocolate Stout, Ainsty Rattlesnake Ruby, Ilkley Joshua Jane, Rooster's YPA & Tiny Rebel Juicy. Ciders were Bumble Bee Gribble, Gwynt y Ddraig Happy Daze, Eden Still Cloudy Medium, Abrahall's Ashton Bitters & Ashridge Pear Cider. There was also a good selection of craft beers. Makes for a good crawl in Brentford now from the Express Tavern to the Magpie & Crown. Close to Brentford FC's football ground too. Definitely worthy of a visit these days, despite the poor reviews under its previous guise.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Nov 2018 20:32
This place is better than the Savoy-it has 22 Michelin stars.Lots of Hollywood celebs come here.I have seen Prince Charles eating here on many occasions,sometimes with the Pope. It also featured in a BBC2 documentary called "If Jesus was alive,he would eat here".
bees4evva - 3 Apr 2016 10:46
I appreciate the sentiments of the review posted below, but feel I must correct a factual inaccuracy.
It is stated by the previous reviewer that the BITE ownership no longer cares for accuracy.
This is wrong. They have never cared for accuracy, which is why a lot of previous reviewers moved to one of the professionally managed sites you mention, and primarily the first one, a long time ago..
jimshoppenus - 16 Aug 2013 14:39
The fact that rubbish posted by bees4evva is allowed to stay on for more than 5 minutes tells you that BITE no longer cares for accuracy or indeed any of the pubs listed, unless they pay a hefty registration fee. BITE's owners gave up two or three years ago and you can no longer add new pubs, report closures or name changes etc as you can do on professionally managed sites. This is a sad state of affairs, but if you wish to know where to find a decent pint and/or a tasty bite you would be far better off using pubsgalore, pubsandbeer, ratebeer and maybe simply google. Whilst BITE continues to display the nonsense reviews it does, and not to care tuppence about pubs, accuracy of information or even its own loyal decent usership, it is placing itself out of the running as a reliable site. What a great pity.
Phucough - 16 Aug 2013 12:19

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