St Margarets Tavern, St Margarets - pub details
Situated only 100 yards from St Margarets BR train station and opposite the famous Twickenham Film Studios
Platinum Beautiful Beer Award Winning Pub December 2007
NB. The St Margarets is a responsible drinks retailer.If you are lucky enough to look under 21 please bring photo ID.We operate a strict policy of no ID - no service
6 well kept Cask conditioned ales on tap now
Timothy Taylor Landlord,Fullers London Pride,Deuchars IPA,Young's Bitter,Bombardier and a different guest ale every week.
Food served midday to 10pm every day. Freshly prepared daily specials
Gavin Dulley's quiz every Tuesday pm from 8.30pm
Trivia,music and pictorial questions.Fun and relaxed style with spot prizes.
Poker night every Monday 8pm (free to play)
Sunday lunch time jazz/easy listening-June 15th 2008 Fathers Day!
Wine Wednesday!All bottles of wine(excluding fizz)reduced to £12 every Wednesday evening.
Barbeque every weekend(weather depending)Enjoy the Summer on our new decking/patio!
(last updated: 25th Jun 2008)
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 356) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night (Tusday Night 8.30), Live music, TV (Both international and club rugby shown), Sky TV (Most major sports screened)
- Food served (12pm to 10pm), Sunday roast (12pm til they're gone......come early to avoid disappointment !), Real ale (Beautiful Beer Platinum Winners. Please ask for a sample of any beer you are not familiar with)
- Outside seating (Seating for approx 70 with jumbrellas and heaters), Dogs allowed (Dogs are welcome outside and in the main bar area when on a leash. Sorry no dogs in the dining area), Children allowed (Well behaved children are welcome until early evening), Late licence (Open until 12 midnight on Fridays and Saturdays), Credit cards accepted (Most major Cards accepted), Car park, Air conditioning, Coach parties welcome, Disabled access, Disabled toilet
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Marble Hill, St Margarets (0.2 miles), Crown, St Margarets (0.2 miles), Turks Head, St Margarets (0.3 miles), Mulberry, Twickenham (0.4 miles), Old Anchor, Twickenham (0.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Distinctly average but super pricey, and service is not fantastic, although not as bad as it was. It's not bad as such, just a bit of a waste to go here when there are much better cheaper pubs nearby.|
Flynntoff - 8 Jul 2013 18:02
|Nice selection of well kept ales and a couple of artisan ciders & lagers, but as others have commented, bloody expensive even for the area. Food is overpriced too; we've eaten here twice. The first was in the restaurant and the kitchen burnt our steaks, however also had burgers in the bar and these were good (and at Â£13 per head should be!)|
Runs a good pub quiz on a Sunday, the main draw for us, too be honest there are better pubs in the area for a quiet drink
BeerBelly666 - 25 Mar 2013 13:00
|Having been a vociferous critic of this pub over recent years, I can assure you that there has been a considerable improvement of late, primarily because of a major change in personnel. No, it's not the cheapest, (but where is around here?) but the fact you can get served within the hour by staff who are actually paying attention to the punters................. |
Good atmosphere as well, now. Unable to comment on food.
porkyc - 5 Feb 2013 10:15
|Are there no decent pubs left in st Margaret's??? Went here for dinner last month, made the mistake of going to the restaurant area. Seriously either you run a pub or a restaurant not both. Food was pricey, wine list has really gone downhill since the refurb. Bar staff as ever make you feel like they're doing you a favour by serving you. I won't be back anytime soon. Go to the old anchor or head into twickenham, give the st margarets a miss|
Kent - 9 Dec 2012 21:06
|St Mags now open after a good quality refurbishment but with attendant massive price hike. Minimum bottle of wine price now about £20 for really mediocre stuff. Peroni lager discontinued even though it was by far and away the most popular lager in the old pub.|
Very many locals have deserted this place. They, (I guess like me) will be waiting for the bad business numbers to force a change of positioning on this misbegotten venture.
DavidTwick - 20 Oct 2012 20:03
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