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The Green Dragon, London Colney - pub details

Green Dragon

Address: Waterside, London Colney, Hertfordshire, AL2 1RB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37169) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Park Street (2.3 miles), How Wood (2.4 miles), Radlett (2.8 miles)

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Three years have past so a revisit was due. Something didn't seem right.
The three beers are still the same. Doom Bar, London Pride and GK Abbot.
I'm not sure if this is a freehouse but surely you wouldn't have these three ghastly ales on more than a week - yet alone three years!
Their website seems to suggest that this is the case.
I will not be returning for a third time. Shame really because the pub isn't too bad.
fugglehops - 17 Mar 2020 22:13
Visited Saturday lunchtime.
I'm often criticised for reviewing pub food and not sticking to reviewing just the beer.
Well, the food here does need mentioning.
The menu has plenty of choice and good choices at that, all reasonably priced.
Served very hot, good size portions and very tasty.
Now for the beer. Sod's law - the three regular beers are the three I try to avoid.
Doom Bar, Pride and Abbot. Today's guest was Tribute.
The two girl staff were very pleasant and helpful.
fugglehops - 18 Mar 2017 20:35
Average pub that sells itself as a riverside pub, that's an ambitious idea. The river is actually across a busy main road, and the pub instead overlooks a grassy area near a very small culvert and tiny almost waterless pond!

Very few spaces to park, only worth going if you can walk there.
jessionlocation - 6 Aug 2011 14:17
Has improved quite a lot. All the ales are now Cask Marque and the London Pride was one of the best I've had outside of a fuller's pub. Sunday Lunch was very good.
big_g - 16 Jan 2011 22:26
Went there on Friday to see local band "The Push", who were, as usual, excellent. Pub was rammed with a mixture of friendly locals and a few who had travelled from further afield to see the band. Decent beer and very hard working staff, but boy was it hot in there.
GaryB007 - 5 Sep 2010 23:40

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