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Three Fishes, Lower Sunbury, Sunbury-On-Thames

35 Green Street
Sunbury-On-Thames
TW16 6RE
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Rex Rattus left this review about Three Fishes

Bombardier and London Pride were available here. The Pride was OK, but nothing special. I didn’t see any menus, but we were in there mid-afternoon on Monday so they may have stopped serving. There are two separate, but inter-connected, rooms, separated by a central bar and servery. I sat in the room on the right, which looks as if it was the original saloon or lounge bar. This room had another smallish seating area, containing just a handful of tables and chairs, leading from the rear of it. The ceiling is very low in here, with black painted posts and beams in order to give it a country pub look.
Furnishings are traditional banquettes with standard tables, all of which had a spray of carnations on them. There was a large TV on the wall, which was tuned to a music channel called “Bliss” in order to provide the music. Not really bliss as far as I’m concerned, but it wasn’t too loud, so not too annoying. An odd feature that I spotted was the fireplace on the right, with the flue shaped a bit like a coal scuttle, and with the wood to be burned held in a metal frame a couple of feet above the grate. It looked an interesting feature, although I’m not sure if it’s ever used.

On 21st March 2012 - rating: 5
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Old Blue left this review about Three Fishes

It was fairly quiet in here yesterday afternoon when I went in, and they were using the time to decorate the pub for Halloween. The landlord was quick to welcome me, more or less jumping up to do so. Drinks on offer included two ales from hand pump at £3.20, of which the Pride ran out in the course of pulling my pint, so I had the Old Speckled Hen instead. The OSH surprised me by tasting better than it does in most places.

The pub itself is smallish, has low ceilings and beams, and consists of a main bar area, a second room to the left, and a small snug area to the rear on the right. There is a fair sized beer patio to the rear, and a car park beyond that which you would access from the road behind.

The customers and staff seemed pretty friendly. There is nothing spectacular about this pub, but it struck me as a good local which I’d be keen to go to again if in the area.

On 30th October 2011 - rating: 6
[User has posted 271 recommendations about 270 pubs]

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Pub location see interactive map of local area
Map location corrected by Graham Coombs
Sunbury, 1.02 miles, 19 min walk (show)
Upper Halliford, 1.14 miles, 22 min walk (show)
Kempton Park, 1.45 miles, 27 min walk (show)
Latest updates View all updates for Three Fishes, Sunbury-On-Thames
13th Sep 2014, 21:20
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13th Sep 2014, 18:35
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  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
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