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The Roebuck, Hampton Hill

Odd pub really, for a one that took over from the Lion as the Richmond & Twickenham Area Pub of The Year. Good selection of beers but I've never felt that welcome. Only one of the bar staff ever seems to be genuinely happy to see you, and the regulars all crowd the tiny bar with no thought of moving to let you put your order in And if I hadn't been told otherwise, I'd have sworn all that old tat on the walls, ceiling and table was straight out of a catalogue. Plus it (and, imho, the beer) is always too warm. Still, at least they've got Twickenham Ales now - they didn't until a few months ago.

2 Nov 2009 00:25

The Museum Tavern, Bloomsbury

Excellent little pub. Went here before a gig at The Fly on new Oxford Street and was exceptionally impressed by their commitment to beer. About 7 ales - I drank the delish Camerons Fireside Ale - and a policy of asking if you'd like a taster. Food looks OK too - saw Fish & Chips and Sausage/mash on the table next door. Not haut cuisine, by the looks, but hot, fresh and (apparently) tasty. Nice pub too - one bar, trad, Victorian. Amazed it's survived as it is.. One piece of advice: don't order the chilli nuts. they're sh*it!

22 Oct 2009 01:06

The Wych Elm, Kingston Upon Thames

Nice friendly pub that takes its beer seriously and tries hard to make you feel welcome

20 Oct 2009 23:48

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