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Address: 40 Hammersmith Broadway, Hammersmith, London, W6 7AB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 952) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Hammersmith (0 miles), Ravenscourt Park (0.5 miles), Barons Court (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Kensington Olympia (0.7 miles), West Brompton (1.4 miles), Barnes Bridge (2 miles)

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I visited today and was very impressed. Nicholson's have done a great job refurbishing the pub (mostly by adding partitions) yet still retaining the marvellous original interior. My pint of London Pride was good and the Steak and Kidney pie I had was both delicious and good value.
Dave_Home - 18 Feb 2010 14:03
I live just around the corner from this pub and always hated it as Edwards. My wife and I were looking forward to a marked change after the refurbishment. The inerior is now both contemporary and stylish. Music is good (possibly too loud at times) and the selection of ales is to be commended. Unfortunately, on two out of three visits I have been disappointed by a bad pint.
Last night (Sat 9th Jan) we dropped in for a meal (they don't take reservations - I stopped and asked earlier in the day). It was 7.30 and we were abruptly told on entering the upstairs dining room that the wait for food was 30 minutes. We ordered drinks anyway. I had a pint of Doombar served at the table in a jug, which I prefer, but I did not notice the colour. After taking an enthusiastic mouthful and swallowing the lot, I quickly examined the pint which was clearly 1 part beer, 1 part cleaning fluid. I asked for and received and alternative pint. 10 miuntes later we were able to attract the attention of the harassed waitress and tried to order, only to be told the kitchen was no longer taking orders as they were so busy. It REALLY was not that busy. We, like three other couples, decided to leave and go elsewhere. In relation to the dodgy pint - I can't leave the house today :-(
Lots of potential, especially as the crowd in this pub seems to have improved but failing right now.
Hammersmith32 - 10 Jan 2010 12:15
I can now report that The Swan is a marked improvement on its predecessor. Lively, pleasant d�cor and attentive staff. Served a pint of Doom in a proper glass mug & it was brought to my table. The pint itself was average but since it�s early days, I�ll allow that. I�ll also allow for the unnecessary volume of the music which threatened to drown out any conversation! I expect this to do well.
E1_Norton - 17 Dec 2009 13:44
Be interested to see how the latest incarnation works out. The staff always seemed to be under pressure from some of the louder punters on occasion. And I was not impressed by the "lady" who disappeared with my beer money the last time I was there. Can't trust anyone these days.
E1_Norton - 15 Dec 2009 17:42
Can't rate this because it hasn't re-opened yet as its new, or should that be old, incarnation as the Swan (Nicholsons). However, I walk past it every day and it would appear it is ready to open very, very soon. The traditional interior has been retained and, believe it or not, the builders have actually been installing new wooden panelling and partitions rather than ripping them out. Food would appear to feature but I would imagine that this will mainly take place on the first floor.

I saw the beer being delivered last week and counted 10 handpumps on the bar. Beers I recognised (I walk past every day) through the window were: Bombardier, Doom Bar, Timmy Taylors Landlord and Golden Best - there are others but my eyesight isn't what it was. I expect it to open this week although there's nothing to say when it will open. Once it is I shall post a more comprehensive review but the signs look encouraging so far.
PDWR - 14 Dec 2009 17:21

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