The Crown and Anchor, Chiswick - pub details
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- Quiz night (Thursdays.)
- Pool table
- Food served, Real ale
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|Bold yellow brick and tile exterior, with plenty of interesting reminders of its former life as a Youngs house. Unfortunately, most of the interior character has been stripped out during several refurbishments and it now has a fairly anonymous gasto-pub layout with the obligatory open kitchen, etc. However, it is quite light and airy, with some largeish windows, pale wood furniture and light pastel-shade paintwork on the walls. Nice little wood-burning stove towards the back. Two handpumps, with Purity Mad Goose and a good Adnams Irish Stout (at £3.40) on. As these sort of places go, not that bad.|
rpadam - 17 Mar 2010 21:13
|Can't say how much I like this pub - yes, it looks as though some people (below) don't like the interior or the range of drinks, but for a great atmosphere and everything that you need to have a good time with friends I think this place takes some beating. The staf are warm, welcoming and very involved with the customers and the pub quiz on a Tuesday is brillinatly run. Top marks I say.|
Gareth85 - 8 Dec 2009 17:31
|Now selling real ale from Purity - Purity Gold and UBU during my visit. It's now run by the same company that runs the nearby Barley Mow.|
Roodeye - 25 Oct 2009 18:27
|Absolutely beautiful exterior. I used to visit the pub occasionally about five years ago and it had an unremarkable interior. Stuck my head round the door recently and it has been modernised very unsympathetically - looks as much like a Pizza Express branch as a pub. I turned straight back out. A pity.|
grecian - 29 Jun 2009 11:27
|Now re-opened after its disasterous and short lived life as Crapology (c'mon - what was that about?) . Still more than your average number of babes in arms/prams and worse, it also seems to have turned into some sort of geek-magnet with laptops sprouting from the furniture.|
OK selection of drinks but no real decent beers. Sulky staff. Cheapish food (specials at least).
Wide and berth spring to mind. Head off to the Packhorse for a pub that wants you to know its a pub.
SadlySober - 25 Nov 2008 19:48
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