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The Anglers, Teddington Lock, Teddington

3 Broom Road
Teddington
TW11 9NR
Phone: 02089777475
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Malden man left this review about The Anglers

This pub certainly takes advantage of its enviable location right on Teddington Lock and at the end of the footbridge over the river and lock. The garden (if the word covers it) is absolutely enormous and on a fine late June day tables were at a premium. Split into various areas, including "The Beach" as well as table tennis and also a childrens' play area, I have to say it was very well presented, tidy and efficiently managed going so far as to have smoking and non-smoking areas, a genuine plus when so many pubs' outdoor areas are now basically al-fresco smoking sections.
Inside the pub is tidy and has the fresh look of a recent makeover. There are separate small areas such as "The Library" each with an individual style. The aforementioned area has a full wall diamond pigeon hole bookcase with second hand books free for a charity donation. A front area has TV and film memorabilia such as film cans, lighting rigs and stills from the various shows and comedies that were filmed at the former Teddington Studios which stood nearby. An upstairs function room is "The Reel Room". There are a couple of maps of the River Thames on the wall and across a brick chimney breast and an area has wall mounted oars and other boating equipment. I spotted a couple of stuffed fish in cases.
Food is a major part of the operation and a conservatory and a further side area were set for dining however people were mostly eating informally elsewhere and outdoors. The beers were Pride, Dark Star Revelation plus American Pale Ale and Castle Rock Songbird. No sign of any of the other regular Fullers beers on cask. An ok spot especially when the sun is shining.

On 30th June 2019 - rating: 6
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Phil Atkinson left this review about The Anglers

I drank and worked at The Anglers in 1970-71. In those days, it was more of the "olde English pub" where dogs and their owners parked for a few pints before struggling home. The publicans of the time (Sam & Midge - surname?) told us that there was an ale house on the site going back to Saxon times. Never checked that out. In my time there, the facade of the building was painted yellow and carparking was haphazard. In 1981, I visited the pub once again and it appeared much as it does today. What surprised me at the time was the almost total indifference of the staff to paying customers. Hopefully, that attitude has changed. The pub had taken on a yuppie appearance and lacked atmosphere, however, the beer garden would be sufficient reason to pay a visit on a warm day.

On 22nd October 2016 - no rating submitted
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Bucking Fastard left this review about The Anglers

A fine building,probably early Victorian but much extended,now a Fullers tied house with an emphasis on food.Teddington Lock marks the limit of the tidal Thames,and the pubs moorings are on this tidal side ,while most walkers from the Thames Path need to cross the bridge over both the non tidal section above the weir and the tidal piece below.From the bridge you enter straight into a substantial beer garden shaded by high trees.Childrens play equipment is sectioned off.
Inside by the front door is a high ceiling section with large banquettes and a fireplace.The bar runs along a wall most of the length of the original building ,while there is a snug to the side with some kind of book share scheme,the library on display in wooden diamonds frame rather than shelves,quite trendy.A substantial conservatory is now a "wait to be seated" dining area,although you can eat anywhere in the interior.We sloped off to the snug for a few beers,and some light bite dishes which were fine.It has a corporate feel ,not particularly pubby but the location has to be a winner in fine weather.There is an upstairs Coopers Room which I didn't investigate.
The bar has two sets of 4 handpumps ,both duplicating the range which on my trip was Seafarers (fresh),Olivers Island (close to the turn),London Pride and British Pale Ale;a samey range of low ABV ales with none of the interesting real ale that Fullers brew which was a shame .A higher rating would have been awarded if a better range of Fullers ales had been chosen.
OK for a quick beer while waiting for the tide to turn,I couldn't see myself staying here for a long session.

On 21st July 2016 - rating: 6
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Map location corrected by Rex Rattus
Teddington, 0.77 miles, 14 min walk (show)
Hampton Wick, 1.25 miles, 24 min walk (show)
Strawberry Hill, 1.29 miles, 24 min walk (show)
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30th Jun 2019, 23:10
Review submitted by Malden man amended by Malden man
 
30th Jun 2019, 23:06
Review submitted by Malden man amended by Malden man

Pub Details

Pub details supplied by members of this site to the best of their knowledge. Please check with pub directly before making a special trip.

  • Beer Garden : Yes last updated 21 July 2016 by Bucking Fastard
  • Car Park : Yes - Small 20 cars max - last updated 21 July 2016 by Bucking Fastard
  • Child Friendly : Yes last updated 21 July 2016 by Bucking Fastard
  • Function Room : Yes - According to Twitter - last updated 21 July 2015 by Dave McNally
  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 21 July 2016 by Bucking Fastard
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 29 July 2013 by Dave McNally
Opening Hours
Sunday9am - 11pm
Monday9am - 11pm
Tuesday9am - 11pm
Wednesday9am - 11pm
Thursday9am - 11pm
Friday9am - 11:30pm
Saturday9am - 11:30pm
Hours according to Facebook page, please check before making a special visit
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