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St Margarets, St Margarets, Twickenham

107 St. Margarets Road
Phone: 02088922369

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Metropolitan Pub Co (Greene King)

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hondo . left this review about St Margarets

Large pub very handy for st Margaret's station. 5 real ale taps plus casks on stillage during my visit and food served.

On 11th October 2015 - no rating submitted
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Rex Rattus left this review about St Margarets

They had on GK IPA; Norfolk Kiwi; Twickenham Redhead; Hogsback Damson in Distress; and Wandle Battersea Rye (£1.90 a half). There were single sheet menus attached to clipboards, mainly featuring tapas at £3 - £4.50 or three for £15 with a bowl of chips. Sandwiches are £7.50 to £8.50, with specials from £12 upwards. The “fillet of Atlantic cod, mussel and leek broth, butterbeans, chorizo” is £12 – an imaginative, some might say bizarre, combination, but everyone to their own I say.

This pub is much larger than it looks from the frontage on the main road. The main bar area at the front is divided into several interconnected drinking areas, with a “see-through” fireplace seemingly isolated but showing where a wall would once have been. Furnishings here are mainly normal tables and chairs, with the odd armchair and sofa, as well as one or two tall tables/tall stools. The place stretches back a long way to the rear (leading to a garden) and includes an area where table service is provided (and where an optional 12.5% service charge is added to bills). It’s bare-boarded throughout of course, walls are mainly dark grey to match the exterior, and there are a few black and white prints as decor. All this is to be expected of somewhere branding itself as a “pub and dining” venue.

On the plus side the beer range is good, and my half of Battersea Rye was in good shape, if served overly cold. I could have done without the loud music, some of which was of the rap persuasion, but I suppose that most people must want it. Overall I found it a bit more barn-like than pub-like for my taste, but it gets extra marks for the ale selection.

On 14th October 2014 - rating: 6
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Alan Winfield left this review about St Margarets

The St Margarets is on the apex of two busy roads and there are not that many other pubs nearby.
Once inside the pub is quite big and has been opened out but still has different drinking areas,there 8 real ales on the bar i had a drink of Adnams bitter and this was a decent drink the other beers were GK IPA, London Pride, Deuchars IPA, Theakston best and Pedigree i forgot to write the other two down.
The pub was fairly comfortable and also quiet on my visit but this was early dinner.

Pub visited 13/12/2003

On 13th December 2003 - rating: 7
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