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The Hogarth, Teddington

Pub added by elizabeth mcgraw
58 Broad Street
TW11 8QY

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Quinno _ left this review about The Hogarth

Fullers high street pub. A fairly souless knocked-through interior with little to offer - grey paint, pool, TV football, skylight and a rear patio. Three Fullers on - ESB, Olivers and Pride. The ESB was in decent shape. There’s no real reason to come here, Fullers have killed the place in terms of warmth and ambience.

On 4th July 2016 - rating: 4
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john gray left this review about The Hogarth

Not one of Fullers finest.Dull pub with massive tv screen showing the Fulham match with sound on.Only Pride or Jack Frost on.The Jack Frost was too cold and was vinegar. Never again.

On 15th January 2014 - rating: 3
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Rex Rattus left this review about The Hogarth

This is a Fuller’s house, but they didn’t have the full range available – just London Pride (of course), Gales Seafarers and HSB. The food on offer (during a weekday lunchtime) was mainly pub grub, but the menu does feature such non-pub grub offerings as whitebait, calamari rings, and caramelised goat’s cheese and roast pepper ciabatta. The tuna & mayo ciabatta with a bit of salad that I had was OK for £4.65.
It seems to be a typical high street Fuller’s pub to me. Furnishings are mainly normal tables and chairs, but in an alcove on the right at the rear of the room there were a few armchairs and a sofa, plus the usual low tables. The floor is mainly bare boarded but with a small carpeted area, and at the back on the left there is a small area with a flagstone floor and well lit by a skylight. This leads to a small beer garden with picnic benches painted royal blue. The wall decor is inoffensive but nothing special – mainly old black and white photographs. The obligatory one-armed bandits, games machine, ciggy machine, and large flatscreen TV (muted – showing Sky Sports) were all present. This is a decent enough, if pretty average, pub. It’s a bit like a small Wetherspoon’s pub really. Definitely not worth seeking out, but OK for a pint and a bite to eat if you find yourself in Teddington on a weekday lunchtime.

On 11th July 2010 - rating: 5
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Malden man left this review about The Hogarth

High St Fullers pub, with a rather bland and modern feel inside. Knocked through into one space, the lighting is too bright and the nondescript dance type music a little too loud. The bar on the side wall has several handpumps but only Pride and the former Gales HSB being served.Where are the other Fullers beers? The old guy sitting at the bar was so off his face he could hardly function, yet he continued to be served.

Not one to visit again I think. Shame.

On 10th February 2009 - rating: 4
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Alan Winfield left this review about The Hogarth

The Hogarth is in Teddingtons main shopping area.
This pub is a Fullers tied house and once inside there was one room that i noticed and this had been done up in the modern style but i thought it was comfortable enough.
There were two real ales on the bar i had a drink of Fullers Jack Frost and this was a very nice drink the other beer was London Pride,the pub was fairly quiet on my visit and i thought it was ok for a quick drink.

Pub visited 13/12/2003

On 13th December 2003 - rating: 6
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