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The Dysart, Petersham - pub details

Dysart
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Address: 135, Petersham Rd, Petersham, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 7AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5816) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations St Margarets (1.1 miles), Richmond (1.2 miles), Twickenham (1.4 miles)

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Fox and Duck, Petersham (0.1 miles), Rose of York, Richmond (0.3 miles), Lass O'Richmond Hill, Richmond (0.4 miles), Roebuck, Richmond Hill (0.4 miles), Steins, Richmond (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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The last part of my review was meant to say Jazz in pubs is bearable albeit slightly irritating. Classical on the other hand purlease! Who wants to go to a pub on a Saturday night and listen to that unless you are a malodourous, red faced on fart with gout called Cuthbert Farquarson The Third.

Bloody predictive text. And why in this day and age can't BITE design this site so you can go back and edit comments!
BeerGutt - 27 Sep 2015 13:09
Have to echo the other comments here. This place is definitely for the foodie brigade and not really a pub in the traditional sense of the word.

I first drank in here back in 2000 when I was the tender age of 17/18. I remember being in there on a cold autumnal evening with my packet of Bensons on the table and a pint of lager in hand (my palate has mutured astronomically since then) talking to my mates about 'birds' and sexual encounters that we had recently (never) had. This was a proper pub back then with a cosy interior and lively atmosphere.

In recent times though it has really lost all of its pub like qualities and therefore has very little appeal to me. The gothic interior does feel out of character with the building and it has none of the cosiness of old. Really the only place for drinkers is the garden out front however, beer range s not that great.

Now finally in terms of the music choices. Jazz in pubs albeitis bearable albeit slightly irritating. Classical on the other hand, purlease!! Who wants to go to a pub on a Saturday night and ostensibly to that unless your some malodorous, red faced old fart with gout called Cuthbert Farquarson the third!

Your better off walking 10 minutes down the Road to The Rose of York.
BeerGutt - 26 Sep 2015 16:56
With beer at 5.30 a pint, this pub is definitely worth ignoring!!!!!!
docjohn - 17 Sep 2012 09:51
There used to be no more welcome site than The Dysart after a long walk across Richmond Park. This pub is now closed. It has been replaced by a restaurant with sky high prices. Mains over 20, come on. A pint of (the only available) beer and a small white wine came to over 11. Thirsty walkers should walk towards Ham and try any of the three pubs along the way..
sarahcl - 1 May 2012 10:37
Hugely disappointed about what has happened to this pub in the last couple of years. We hadn't been for a while, but remembered a very tasty (if a little expensive) Sunday Lunch about a year ago.

However, we had lunch today and it was truly terrible.

The food was okay, but the portions tiny. I had sausages and mash. It was 13.50 for two sausages the size of a fat man's finger and a dollop of mash. My husband had steak - it was overcooked. But the manager was certain we were at fault "It's how the chef cooks it" "well what do you propose we do about it?" Unnecessarily condescending. Please don't give them your custom. They really don't deserve it; serving mediocre food in a clinical and charmless (albeit spotless) interior with service that varies wildly from friendly (one waitress) to confrontational and aggressive (the manager and another waitress). The ale, while not unpleasant, was limited to a choice of....one.
BeenOut - 15 Oct 2011 21:07

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