Old Station House, W4 3SG

A gastropub near Chiswick Station.

bob visited on a Wednesday lunchtime in August 2009. There were a few other customers inside and quite a few outside. The pub has a large area full of sofas and some tables. There is also a section set out for dining.

The menu is pretty standard gastropub fare. There were also four or five specials on a blackboard. bob had a decent enough beef burger(£10) photo, although the salad could have been dressed a bit better, as it was drowning in oil with no vinegar to cut it. The chips were pretty well-cooked although they were pre-salted. Food is served daily at 10am-noon (breakfast), noon-4pm (lunch) and 6pm-10pm (dinner).

Half a London Pride (£1.80) was okay. The bar menu suggests real ale is £3.40, which makes the price of my half a bit steep. A pint of lemonade and lime was £2.50.

Accessibility: All entrances have a step, though the one round the back is quite small. No accessible toilets, but all are on the same level once inside.

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Last visited by bob, 19 August 2009. Food times taken from the website, August 2009.
OS X co-ord: 520277 OS Y co-ord: 177271 (Latitude: 51.481613 Longitude: -0.269300)
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