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The Old Station House, Chiswick, W4

Pub added by elizabeth mcgraw
2 Grove Park Road
W4
W4 3SG
Phone: 02087422555

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paulof horsham left this review about Station House

Posh pub in the posh streets of Chiswick. Regular quiz nights and plenty of tables ready for diners. At the bar, a sole hand pump dispensing London Pride, and a nod to craft keg in the form of 2 from Laines (and not quite as unreasonably priced as I've become accustomed to).

Will do as a waiting room for nearby Chiswick station.

On 10th May 2019 - rating: 6
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Station House

Food-orientated pub, having an 'L'-shaped bar with a dining area at one end and further seating at the other. There are a few benches out the front which were occupied by workmen who you get the impression wouldn't be particularly welcome sitting down inside. Substantially refurbished, but there is still some original-looking woodwork under the counter and elsewhere about the bar. Two handpumps, both with Pride clips - expensive at £3.60 but nice enough. Close (as the name suggests) to Chiswick station, but that's about all to recommend it.

On 23rd October 2010 - rating: 6
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Steve C left this review about Station House

This place is an expensive gastro pub with jazz every Sunday evening – I wouldn't have guessed it is in Chiswick!

It's a big open plan pub with a dining type area at one end and an open fire surrounded with sofas at the other. There are a few high tables dotted about and there is plenty of covered and uncovered seating outside the front of the pub.

The barmaid on my visit was friendly, but my pint of Pride was very cloudy and over £3. Pride is the only ale, but also available are Leffe Blond, Staropramen, Stella, Becks Vier and Guinness. Being a gastro pub there is also food available, but I think a burger and chips was about £10.

I can't see myself ever going here again as it is in the middle of nowhere and pretty unremarkable.

On 23rd October 2008 - rating: 4
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