The Orchard, Shepherds Bush - pub details
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|Bring back the wii!!!|
chewbacca - 22 Aug 2009 16:49
|Great pub and friendly staff. No food on offer, but then again this is a PUB and not pretending to be anything else. We go there regularly, and the staff know us all by first name and make us feel genuinely welcome.|
knoxdwc - 29 May 2009 21:51
|A great pub, well-run, good prices, open late. The only reason I don't go all the time is the complete absence of real ales. Often the way with Irish pubs.|
strick - 12 Apr 2009 15:35
|Top pub, the best in the bush, cozy inside and very welcoming. loads of sport and good music too. The staff are great too|
rangerman - 21 Feb 2009 23:07
|The more and more you see real decent non-exclusive Bush pubs disappear - (e.g. The Brackenbury as run by Michael and Margaret on Goldhawk Rd,The Princess Victoria ;beautiful Celtic memoribilia ripped out, gastro-elitist-poncidised for that totally inauthentic Pall Mall Club feel..-God,I'd like to burn it down..,The Eagle has been wine-barred with non professional class price exclusion policy,pints start at #3.30..) the more you appreciate unreconstructed ,for the people of-all-sorts gems like the Orchard. A family of long-term Publicans,has Jim PaddyHoops at the top...sorry forgot also amiable but not over unctuous missuses name..(Mary?) but real star of show is their sparkling friendly daughter 36 year-old blonde curly-haired Karen.The pub has a cracking jukebox,loud recorded retro (70's,80's,90's) hits at weekends,an immaculate pool table and most of all a COMMUNITY feel, (AND CLEAN BOGS!). The pub is BUSY and always will be,well equipped as it is to survive these impending dread economic times.|
Most importantly of all,I want to get across this pub is not parochial,intolerant or class-bound.Whether posh or poor you'll not have an eye blinked.
HoopsyLoopy - 20 Sep 2008 02:48
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