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The Builders Arms, Teddington - pub details

Builders Arms

Address: 38 Field Lane, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 9AS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1105) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Teddington (0.2 miles), Strawberry Hill (1.1 miles), Fulwell (1.1 miles)

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Backstreet community pub that has a cosy feel. I arrived as a big horse race was taking place. Most were watching it on their mobile phones. Food had been supplied. But, that may have been a part of some kind of function. Young's Bitter & St Austell Tribute were the two real ales. My Tribute was reasonably priced. There's a better selection of ales in other Teddington hostelries. But, this place clearly has a niche market.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Mar 2019 19:45
Yep - a good old fashioned local of the kind that's disappeared across so many old blue-collar areas. Slightly tatty, not making a fortune but very friendly, back-street boozer. 3 real ales - Youngs, Pride and Doombar - 20p less than the high road pubs and sometimes variable quality (throughput?) but anything below par always changed without query. Lovely log fire in winter (when they have the logs!) - not a food pub but will lay on a buffet on request. And the free roast spuds come round at half time when there's a match on. Try a visit.
alelover100 - 14 Nov 2015 20:00
has the Builders changed hands ???
popped in recently, and it didnt quite seem
as good as my last visit, beer was fine,
but the general "feel" wasnt the same
the girl behend bar wasnt that interested
more into playing with her smart phone
and talking to several fellas round the small bar
not even a thank you after service, shame

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waggonman - 10 Nov 2012 08:20
Traditional English local which, unfortunately, are becoming rarer in these times of gastro and theme pubs. Friendly and efficient staff and good selection of beers, lagers and wines. Considerate screening of sport by not dominating the whole pub and tv's being switched off when no sport is available. Clientele mainly locals who are generally friendly,decent,sensible people. Very well family managed.
hintertuxsurrey - 7 Dec 2011 10:22
Good local pub, friendly and down to earth, a real street corner kind of place. Twickenham ale was on tap.
rainlight - 2 Jul 2011 19:00

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