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Address: 375 Goldhawk Road, Stamford Brook, Hammersmith, London, W6 0SA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 988) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Stamford Brook (0.1 miles), Ravenscourt Park (0.4 miles), Turnham Green (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations South Acton (1.2 miles), Acton Central (1.4 miles), Gunnersbury (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 71 users)
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My husband and two children had lunch here last sunday and we were so surprised at the changes the new owners have made. The bar staff were so friendly and accommodating. The roast dinner was the best I have had in along time (apart from mine at home of course!) The atmosphere was relaxed and customers of all different ages. We are definitely coming back.
Daisy128 - 23 Jun 2011 16:39
hearing good things abut this place, its been a long time since I've been there so looking forward to a revisit this weekend, watch this space...
slacker - 21 Jun 2011 15:14
Went into the Raven the other night, WOW, what a turnaround! New owners have installed a new bar with new lagers and bitters, find Amstel, Heineken and several choices of contintel beers. The menu is fantastic, still keeping up with tradition of a British pub with meals such as homemade 8oz British beef burger with bacon and cheese, fish and chips with mushy peas. But the new chef, Luca, has brought a little taste of the Mediterranean with him. Homemade pasta, sausages and chorizo are on offer, with an array of tapas dishes as an alternative to a large meal. I had the tomato and bazil bruschetta, fresh calamari (not the frozen rings you find in some establishments) and the aubergine tempura. I could honestly sit and eat this food all day! After having a little chat with the chef himself, it transpires that more is yet to come... Plans for sushi and lobster nights, BBQ's on Saturdays and Sunday carverys are all on the cards if not already in place after writing this review. The Raven is, without a doubt, back!
Foody101 - 8 Jun 2011 13:32
Went to the Rave Friday, It�s just like old times, the new owners are updating the bar, Had the best Fish and home made chips for years, and the staff was great, had Doom Bar, Junction, and Tribute on tap, Will definitely coming back
jonny.boy - 11 Apr 2011 18:29
Have to agree with the previous few comments on this place - what was once one of my top five pubs in London is now a pretty drab & miserable pub to visit.

The staff are indifferent at best and the food is way too pricey for what is very average pub grub.

The beer is still pretty good however, as a freehouse there are usually 3 different ales on, and it's a varied range. Long gone are the tasting notes under the pumps though.

Overall just feels disappointing - it should be a much better pub than it is, but I guess the Jagermeister stickers in the window show what level of clientele and service they're now pitching this place at.
Red14 - 19 Mar 2011 15:53

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