Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 12 and Version 11 of Castle, W3 6UL
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category='Accessible Toilet,Beer Garden,Fuller's,Good Beer Guide,Good Beer Guide 2017,Good Beer Guide 2018,Good Beer Guide 2019,Good Beer Guide 2020,Pub Food,Pubs,Real Ale,Step-Free Access'
category='Accessible Toilet,Beer Garden,Fuller's,Good Beer Guide,Good Beer Guide 2017,Good Beer Guide 2018,Good Beer Guide 2019,Pub Food,Pubs,Real Ale,Step-Free Access'
Inside there's plenty of space, comprising several distinct areas and a large wooden bar in the centre. On separate weekend visits a couple of years apart, both sides were showing sports, generally football and rugby (there are two large plasma screens on either side of the bar), while a separate wood-panelled room to the rear of the pub was free of TVs (and also largely empty).
There's a large beer garden area, a great deal of which is covered by a canopy.
The pub serves well-kept pints of Fuller's beer. Despite having nine handpulls, most have London Pride (£2.85/pint in Jan 2009), with a few also offering ESB. They also have Honeydew, Leffe and Staropramen on draught, among the other usual suspects.
Food is served noon-9:30pm on Mondays to Saturdays and noon-8pm on Sundays. The menu sticks to the usuals, a perfectly decent selection. Nachos for two were £7.50 or so, and nicely presented, with neatly placed piles of salsa, sour cream and guacamole on top photo. On a March 2011 visit, fish and chips (£8) were also nicely-presented, with a little mound of mushy peas aside a lattice-like construction of thick chunky chips (satisfying and crispy).
Accessibility: Step-free access, and a separate accessible toilet.
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