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The Hambro Arms, Hayes - pub details

Hambro Arms

Address: Dawley Road, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 1EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 40098) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hayes & Harlington (0.5 miles), West Drayton (2 miles), Southall (2.4 miles)

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user reviews of the Hambro Arms, Hayes

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l had my private birthday party here...for the fact that l liked the modern upto date sophisticated surrounding..with nice deco....l also liked the fact that it has a separate dining area......which once used to be a grubby snooker hall area with old fashion hard table and chairs......(Formally the Hamro Arms)....These are replaced with high back comfortable orange seatings......The toilet areas are decorated and fully tiles which is all knew and modern and clean.
The other hall also has a knew bar....The dark walls have a club feel..and the orange seating sets it off....At the far end it has a nice dance floor....where my guest enjoyed dancing to the live DJ and state of Art Disco lighting.......Everyone compliemented the chief and had a wonderful time.....l am definately going to book another party here again.....
Oliva - 22 Apr 2011 17:10
I decided to give this place a go on Tuesday evening. As previously posted, it's now an Indian-owned bar/restaurant called the Tiger Lounge. It's quite spacious inside with modern furnishings and a dark and moody red and black interior. There is a dancefloor for activities later in the night and a tented shisha lounge at the side. During the early evening, I was the only customer. Indian league cricket was showing on the multiple TV screens. Menus offered various Indian food dishes at a reasonable price. Keg beers and ciders available were Guinness, Cobra, Tiger, John Smiths, Fosters, Heineken and Strongbow. Dragon Stout was available amongst the bottles. Not a place I would return to. But at least I now know what it's like.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Apr 2011 08:53
Now renamed the Tiger Lounge. Not open when I passed in early afternoon.
sc_twick - 10 Nov 2010 17:22

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