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The Station House, Acton - pub details

Previously called: The Churchfield

Station House
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Address: Station Building, Churchfield Road, Acton, London, W3 6BH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 41155) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Acton Central (0 miles), South Acton (0.8 miles), Acton Town (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Acton Central (0 miles), Acton Main Line (0.6 miles), South Acton (0.7 miles)

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Another establishment that thinks they are in Mayfair rather than Acton - A fiver (near enough) for a pint of iffy Kronenbourg in a backstreet pub in Acton ? Nothing about the place justifies what they charge.
anonymous - 25 Jan 2014 12:53
Dreadful!! I have visited this pub on numerous occasions and I have to say the service has got worse each time which is probally due to a high staff turnover and the lack of british staff not being racist means you cant have the same level of banter which you get in most other pubs. The food is ok when it comes it hot which is rarely, the beer is mediocre at best and the prices are a bit optimistic. The manager who i believe is called Claudio?? Is downright rude to both customers and staff alike which is probally the reason for the high turnover of staff and lack of consistency. The place has potential but at the moment it has no identity, Is it a british pub or is it a continental bar?? Im not sure even the owners know the answer to that. All I can say is until they work out what they want this place is best avoided.
franticraver - 17 Dec 2011 23:23
Much improved from The Churchfield. The decor is smart and cosy and the large outdoor area is becoming more established. It is a lovely place for children and families in the day/early evening. Friendly locals and lots of evening events - free live music second Tues of every month. Good selection of beers and wine, plus the food is reasonably priced and tasty - though the cheese board was a little old, they replaced it right away when we complained.
AndieT - 28 Jun 2011 12:02
Went in on a Tuesday night. Good little crowd in there. Some eating what looked to be lovely tapas. Doom Bar was a good pint as was the American Steam bitter. Very pleasant music and good atmosphere in there. Will definitely go back.
NigelW - 25 Jan 2011 22:35
i live in acton from 9 years,and i have to say that the station house(ex churchfield)is much improved.lovely pizza and very tasty tapas too.i am happy to see another nice pub in the area
matt77 - 2 Aug 2010 16:43

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