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Reviews of Ladbroke Arms (Average Rating: 6½ of 10) see review guidelines
john gray left this review about Ladbroke Arms
This is a lovely backstreet pub.quite small inside but outside seating front to the front.Last visited 35 years ago.Three London beers on handpump Sambrookes-wandle,Portobello -monster mash and my Trumans-bold as brass which was good.Friendly staff and warm interior. A gem.
On 2nd November 2014
- rating: 8
[User has posted 409 recommendations about 405 pubs]
Tris C left this review about Ladbroke Arms
Situated opposite a police station, this is an attractive Victorian backstreet pub with a front beer patio, heaters and hanging baskets for flowers.
I hadn't been here for about 12 years and immediately noticed that the bar area has been completely rebuilt - an improvement - and the lavatories are now decent.
This is very much a pub that appeals to the Notting Hill set (don't expect TV sport) and is big on informal dining, which is very good. This is not however a hotbed of real ale though at least one pump was spotted along with premium lagers and a premium cider; given the area, prices are unsurprisingly very high.
Service is efficient and generally friendly; this is probably the most appealing pub in the W11 area. Nevertheless, I'm deducting *at least* two points because of the dogs, a veritable pack of the bloody things roaming about. Do pubs not realise that dogs wandering around constitute a serious tripping hazard? Do pubs not realise that if someone is injured tripping over a dog, the pub could have the arse sued off it? And who wants to eat in what is tantamount to a dogs' home? Dogs aren't allowed into restaurants...
On 5th April 2014
- rating: 5
[User has posted 591 recommendations about 591 pubs]
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Ladbroke Arms
Located on a side street about half way between Holland Park and Notting Hill Gate tube stations, the pub is hard to spot from a distance as it is set back some distance from the road behind a pleasant patio beer garden. The interior is typical gastro-pub, with a smallish bar in the front and dining areas in several opened-out rooms behind. Busy, but the staff were working well. Four handpumps, offering Doom Bar, Wandle, Dark Star Partridge and Adnams Regatta (fine, but pricy at £3.80). Overall, worth a look if you are in the area.
On 6th July 2011
- rating: 7
[User has posted 2904 recommendations about 2904 pubs]
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- Accommodation : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Bar Billiards : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Beer Festivals : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Beer Garden : Yes - Front patio. - last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Car Park : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Darts : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Dog Friendly : Yes last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Hot Food : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
- Jukebox : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Karaoke : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Live Music : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Live TV Sports : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Pinball : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Pool Table : No last updated 05 April 2014 by Tris C
- Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally