Roebuck, W4 1PU

Gastropub in Chiswick.

Bob visited on a Wednesday lunchtime in March 2008, during their "British Beer and Food Fortnight". Gloucester Old Spot pork belly with mustard mash, savoy cabbage, apple sauce, and crackling (£12.50) was good photo. The mash was of the smooth variety, and flavoured with wholegrain mustard. The apple sauce was fairly thick, more like apple butter. Organic sourdough bread (£1.50) was a bit dry. They also offer a £5 lunch menu including things like broccoli soup with bread and butter, and roast beef and mustard sandwich with chips.

Beers on offer were Adnams Bitter (£2.95), Wells Bombardier (£2.80), Eagle IPA (£2.80) and two others directly from the cask (Directors and something else - these two may only have been there because of the beer and food fortnight though). A pint of lemonade and lime was somewhere around £2.

They have signs up offering free wifi (ask the staff for details) but we haven't tested it. No music on Bob's lunchtime visit. The decor is your standard bare gastropub look. They have a couple of sofas, and newspapers including the Times, Mail, and Guardian. The Fancyapint review linked below says they have a large back garden.

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Last visited by Bob, 5 March 2008. Prices determined from menu on that visit. Opening hours taken from the Roebuck website, March 2008.

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