The Ailsa Tavern, Twickenham - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5477) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Chain: T&J Bernard
- Quiz night (Thursdays), Live music, TV, Big screen
- Dartboard, Fruit machines, Quiz machines (Multi)
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
- Riverside location (Close to Thames Path)
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Coach parties welcome
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other pubs nearby:
Turks Head, St Margarets (0.3 miles), Victoria Tavern, Isleworth (0.3 miles), St Margarets Tavern, St Margarets (0.5 miles), White Swan, Richmond (0.6 miles), Castle, Old Isleworth (0.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|The pub I regard as my Local despite having a number of closer establishments in Isleworth. The Shepherds Neame is always the best I've had outside of Kent and there's a beautiful collection of malts behind the bar. The food has improved considerably in the last few weeks - I think they have a new chef on.|
BeerBelly666 - 25 Mar 2013 13:10
|Went along for the first Open Mic on Sunday night. Excellent evening!! No complaints about the pub, it was a friendly atmosphere and very busy. Recent comments about quality and choice of ale seem to be unfounded. Spitfire, Whitstable Bay and Canterbury Jack were on offer, the latter making a great session beer at 3.5%. Shall return again for the next Open Mic!!|
Mothroy - 1 Aug 2011 08:28
|Rocked up, the only customer standing at the bar; air stale and stuffy. Pair of blokes behind the bar eventually condescended to stop chatting and serve me a very poor pint of Spitfire for 3.30. Locals in garden mixed; some middle class St Mags types, others massive-arsed with tattooed dog kind of vibe. I live locally but won't go back. |
strongarm - 19 Jul 2011 19:42
|The new managers have nearly been here a year now, and there has been a noticable dip in the quality (warm/flat) of the beer served and the selection of beers available has also narrowed.|
After another year, these small steps backwards, will have slowly turned this boozer into another high street chain with only fizzy lagers on offer & only 1 handpump for Spitfire.
Where's that NZ guy?? - best cellarman in the business and years of experience. Fools to let him go, as it's effecting their end product.
Wont go back in a hurry - too sad to witness this slow decline.
TW1 - 9 Jun 2011 15:33
|Glad that Matthew_of_Ham enjoyed the pub. A new team has recently taken over running the place. Andy and Phil, along with their glamourous assistant Haley will be entertaining you. the atmosphere in the place has certainly taken a turn for the better. The Shepherd Neame beer is good stuff and served well. This is definitely a regulars pub, welcoming passers-by and the rugby crowd. kenbabs - you sound as boring as me with your local history! Get in touch if you want to swap history!!|
mjd999 - 6 Jul 2010 00:19
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