Reviews on Pub food in West Drayton, England, United Kingdom. West Drayton is a suburban town in the London Borough of Hillingdon, England. Formerly part of the Yiewsley and West Drayton Urban District of Middlesex, the district became part of Greater London in 1965.
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4 based on 599 reviews
Believed to date back to the 12th century, The Ostrich on the old Bath to London road, close to Heathrow Airport and Terminal 5, is said to be England's third oldest inn. It's certainly a very fine example of its kind, combining everything you'd expect in
Nice inn with pub atmosphere, good quality beer. Selection of steaks, meats, veggie and the usual fish and chip/burger options all served tastefully and slightly up market. Efficient service. Booking is recommended but we were OK walking in. Great atmosphere. Would be good for large groups. Very convenient for terminal 5 hotels as an alternative to the hotel restaurant.
4 based on 113 reviews
The Darwin is Heathrowâs very own, modern British pub. Proudly using British ingredients, The Darwin serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a range of beers, wine and our very own Barista coffee â itâs your favourite local pub, coffee house, bar
This is situated before security in Terminal 3 T Heathrow. Ideal for a meal with friends who you are seeing off. Service was friendly and efficient. We had an avocado sandwich and a fish finger sandwich. Both were excellent. Modern decor with a bar atmosphere. Recommended.
4 based on 209 reviews
The George is a modern British pub, with a hankering for tasty tipples, distinctive food and Barista coffee. It is your favourite local pub, coffee house, bar and restaurant - all under one roof.
I know that there are many reviews commending Jane and her amiable personality and although I have never had the pleasure of meeting her I have to, once again, sing the praises of Karolina. Oh WOW, she is a real star of this great bar. So friendly, polite and just a great asset to this bar. There are very few employees who possess such a fantastic work ethic................she never stops ! I have no idea where she gets her energy from but I dearly wish we had employees half as good. Undervalued ? probably, but she is so likeable, she could work practically anywhere and do so well. Give her a raise !!!
4 based on 142 reviews
My husband took me here for lunch on a Saturday afternoon.When we arrived it wasnât busy, so managed to find a seat and place our food order without any issues. It was lovely as we were able to talk as well as listen to background music, which is unusual as some venues you canât hear yourself think.When the food arrived, it was hot and a really good portion.I would love to come more often, but unfortunately you canât have children in the bar area, they can only sit outside which is not great, as our children are young, the only other option is to book the main restaurant, but it doesnât have the same atmosphere.
4 based on 256 reviews
The WatersEdge is a family run and established business. A restaurant, bar and function venue that caters for all kinds. Small to large tables, group bookings, get together and celebrations, as well as full weddings including being able to host Civil Cere
what a day we were an hour late due to traffic on a40 boris in ruislip and a parade at polish memoral but natalie and christine who run the venue held everything together and calmed eveybody down from then on everthing went more or less to plan.food 3course meal my only complaint beef was a bit tough everything else exellent.dj did a exellent job and looked like he had a goodnight as well.stayed the night in family room clean and comfy welcoming after a long day.summing up the phone has not stoped everybody says the location,the staff,the food accomadtion for those who stayed 5star.as father of the bride i would like to thank christin,natalie,allthe staff for a exellent day after a bad start rating for me 10/10 thank you so very much
4 based on 332 reviews
The White Hart is 17th century traditional British pub in the centre of Harlington village. Offering traditional range of local real ale and larger. The best of British menu embraces daily specials, pub classic and tempting desserts.
Ordered the half English, service was pleasant and efficient and quick. The breakfast was substantial with the rustic bread and roasted baby tomatoes on the vine in place of the ubiquitous grilled half tomato added a nice touch. Everything was freshly cooked and well presented.Highly recommendThank you for your kind words. We are so pleased to hear you enjoyed your breakfast with us. We pride ourselves on having fresh ingredients. We do hope you would consider joining us for lunch or dinner in the future!
4 based on 1914 reviews
Just off the Bath Road that runs along the edge of Heathrow airport is the Pheasant Restaurant. If you are staying at any of the numerous hotels on the terminal 2-3 side of Heathrow, this restaurant is within a 10 minute walk. Hotel dining rooms can be fine, but in the middle of a business trip it is sometimes nice to escape to a local restaurant filled with local people, not other jet-lagged road warriors.We chose the Pheasant where we had eaten several years ago. We ate in the restaurant (quieter and less crowded than the bar section) because we were joining a friend with whom we wanted to be able to talk. Good service, no pressure, very good food.** IF ** you like liver (not everybody does), the Pheasant serves exceptionally tender liver with onions. I highly recommend it.
4 based on 439 reviews
The White Horse Traditional English Pub in Heathrow is a stones throw away from all the hotels. The White Horse boasts a wonderful unique venue for hire in Heathrow. The White Horse Pub in Heathrow is one of many in the area but is the only pub in Heathro
Looked on TripAdvisor for somewhere to eat other than the airport hotel restaurant and this place looked good and just 10 minutes walk away. Very much an old fashioned village pub with a small and cosy interior but lots of outdoor seating available. Hard to believe this place is just outside the Heathrow perimeter! The food is great pub grub and the drinks reasonably priced. Landlord was nice and friendly.
4 based on 157 reviews
Escaping from Reading Festival and Notting Hill Carnival August bank holiday Saturday we came here to watch Liverpool: Arsenal football match.Enjoying our drinks ( J & T and Fosters ) and our food ( Cheese Burger and Beef in Oyster Sauce ).Service is good as usual.Highly recommended.
4 based on 578 reviews
Under New Management Serving up an extensive range of Chefs seasonal dishes, as well as a great selection of wines, real ales and lagers, The Plough - West Drayton is a great destination for all of your dining requirements.
Me and the wife came here after deciding not to dine at the crown plaza Hotel as we were not willing to pay 18 pounds for fish and chips, yes we are northerners and I appreciate London can be expensive but still the prices were excessive. We were told by a friend to try this place as the pub was alleged to have reasonable price pub food and a beer garden so what a way to relax prior to our journey to the USA the next morning. Judging by the pictures below, and 3 pints of beer, 41 pounds,Incredible value, staff very polite, massive portions, excellent beer choice. We shall happily return, I can't understand why people state this is a bad pub, take my word for it, you will not be disappointed.
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