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Friendly local pub with a couple of nice beers on and amiable bar staff. Customers ok as well, jukebox, people in with their children in tow, that kind of thing. A proper pub doing what they are supposed to do I thought.
rainlight - 23 Mar 2016 16:56
The World's End seemed a nice locals pub. Many were watching the live football. But there were a number of families still in as kids can stay until 7pm. There is a pool table one side of the bar. Ales were Hogsback HBB, Windsor & Eton Guardsman & Greene King Abbot & Fireside. I tried the Fireside, which a very nice tipple. Much better than I had expected for some reason.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Jan 2016 23:01
A short stroll down the High Road from the Railway Bell and you reach the World’s End, which is a very different pub with a different breed of punter inside.

It’s my 3rd visit to this place having used it almost every time I’ve been here. It is a proper drinkers pub full of locals that on my visit were getting ready to watch the football on television (Chelsea).

4 ales to choose from with my pint of Hepworth Red Export @ 4.5% being very good. The pub is carpeted throughout with a pool table one side. Small garden to the left hand side that also acts as a smokers area.

I have found in the past that the locals can be a little unfriendly but on this occasion one of them was very helpful and gave me the lowdown & directions to the nearest take away food shop when I went back in after the game for a quick pint.

The World’s End is a better pub than the Railway Bell.

lezford - 17 Nov 2015 13:44
Popped in this ex Fullers Pub on the way back to the station yesterday after football.

Pretty busy with locals, 2 decent bar staff on...loud juke box but the music choices were excellent so it wasn't a problem.

3 pumps serving Hogsback TEA, Windsor & Eton Red Rye and Zinzahs Drop. I opted for a couple of pints of Red Rye @ 5.8% and it was very good...strong but good!

This pub has changed since I visited a few years back but it's a decent honest pub...will visit on my next visit to the football.

lezford - 22 Apr 2014 13:46
had a lovely time in here on sunday with my partner and children after watching the xmas parade we did go into the railway bell but was turned away due to my partner having a tattoo of our baby boys name and date he died we was discusted in this and came in this pub where they told us we was welcome anytime very nice barstaff and owner and this pub will be getting our money when in the area nx time had an enjoyable drink in there cant wait for the summer bbqs
natsday - 2 Dec 2013 12:21
This pub has improved from the "down days" it had a few years ago. Good selection of ales that frequently change and are well kept. Always a friendly welcome. Great to see a real pub still exists in Hampton and not one that has been turned into a rich mans gastro pub!
lucy75 - 12 Nov 2012 21:56
I like basic, but a bit too earthy for me, despite decent Youngs Porter.
mtaylor40 - 1 Apr 2012 09:35
This pub has changed a lot recently, still a bit grubby inside, but a really pleasant pub, a land lord who knows what he is doing and a great atmosphere, making me always feel welcome
keiffy - 28 Aug 2011 12:45
I like this pub. Excellent and changing range of ales at reasonable prices, live music - not often but really good, very friendly staff and regulars, plenty of sport - football, cricket and rugby when there's something worth watching, Summer Sunday barbecues in the cracking garden -the best and busiest pub in Hampton.
Drumhorse - 14 Aug 2010 13:55
fulltummy - 11 Dec 2009 14:45
Oh my god! Once bitten twice as shy... won't be trying this one again. Can't say anything that has not been said below. Back to the Rising Sun it is.
HamptonBoozer123 - 13 Nov 2009 14:47
Such a shame that the pub has its rowdy element as its a lovely bar area with a great garden etc. But, and its a big but, the rowdies spoil it for all.
Penny the barmaid is a big plus, great character and worker with a great laugh
highstreetdrinker - 3 Aug 2009 14:46
oh my god steer clear! Football shirt wearing hooligans has a terrible reputation locally.
rapunzel1 - 2 Aug 2009 15:59
I like this pub. Excellent and changing range of ales at reasonable prices, live music - not often but really good, very friendly staff and regulars, plenty of sport - football, cricket and rugby when there's something worth watching, occasional excellent barbecues in the cracking garden - one of the nicest and busiest pubs in Hampton.
Drumhorse - 29 Jul 2009 13:05
I am with you man on the ground, same experience.
Tippleman - 6 Jul 2009 11:37
Went in once, there will never be a second, name just about sums it up!
Man_on_ground - 26 Jun 2009 11:15
Never was a pub more aptly named. At least one heavy brawl a year involving punters. In its favour the garden is lovely and looks like the landlord tries hard, but as far as the beer is concerned it's the usual suspects. Bearing in mind its location, it could and should be better.
Timyellow - 2 Jun 2009 11:45
Not the greatest of pubs but friendly enough and the beer is cheap.
Phoneman - 1 Jun 2009 14:22
Not the greatest of pubs but friendly enough and the beer is cheap.
Phoneman - 1 Jun 2009 14:22
Not the greatest of pubs but friendly enough and the beer is cheap.
Phoneman - 1 Jun 2009 14:22
Really turned around from a year ago - superb ale - nice staff - "interesting" regulars - proper community pub with pool, darts, sport on the telly and a busy jukebox.
Drumhorse - 11 Feb 2009 14:21
Lovely pint of Adnams the other day. Three ales - locals say they all taste as good as they look. Over 21s only - so no pesky ankle biters - football and rugby - very enjoyable local all round.
Drumhorse - 18 Nov 2008 14:44
BettySlocombe - 16 Nov 2008 22:01

Saved from tackling the awful food on my plate as had to leave as a fight was about to start.........and that was the bar staff......still an improvement on the free for all i witnessed last friendly ! Perhaps for the Krays.
james2 - 4 Oct 2008 06:40
staff are fantastic and the summer bbq food has been amazing
LazyL - 20 Aug 2008 11:27
Not much real ale / bitter. That said its not too bad.
nickthefish - 10 Jun 2008 08:57
Had to leave the Jolly Coopers today for reasons I won't go into. This pub had 5 screens showing football and rugby. Because Hampton is what it is this pub could be 10 times better but it is fairly acceptable. Overworked pleasant enough barwoman serving Twickenham Fine Ales which was good. Didn't sample the food but again it looked reasonable.
lyeemoon - 9 Feb 2008 19:55
very much a working/oldmans pub. food cheap but not very good quality. bit rough in my opinion. the good side is the garden which has a kids play area and is beautifully decked out.
anonymous - 21 Oct 2007 19:22
sunday- went 4 sunday lunch soggy veg, hard pots, and got hit on the head with a bar stool by a rowdy local. barstaff couldnt handle. wish i had gone out in the rain 4 a bbq! went down 2 local Railway Hotel and had the best lunch ever. well worth paying twice for 1 decent meal.
1stclassale - 28 May 2007 03:46
Decent boozer - nice beer garden which is perfect for a sunny day. Prices were decent, service and atomsphere good and food not bad at all. Would recommend for a pleasant drinking experience!
thebunster - 3 May 2007 16:34
I don't understand why it says, "Food served all day" outside when they stop serving at 2.30pm
sarah101 - 27 Feb 2007 11:36
rather a pleasant old fashioned pub
TheGP - 1 Jan 2007 22:21
A good pub, but when I was there they had the unfunny comedy show "My Family" loudly on the all the TVs. Beer was good and the staff were welcoming.
mike2004 - 1 Jan 2007 18:17
Was a bit worried when Andy left over a year ago that the pub might go downhill again, but im glad to say it hasn't, if anything it has improved. Outside has been painted up and a new wall and gate makes the garden area look more inviting especially on the warmer days. There is a wide choice of lagers and ales all served by friendly bar staff. Im told the food is rather good too. The juke box is back too!!
lucy75 - 12 Sep 2006 20:15
To Andy: Lovely pub - although needs more of a womans touch, but i would say that! LOL Na, just kidding! Well Done Andy, you have a smashing pub and i am looking forward to bringing Rebecca to play in the garden in the summer!

To Anyoneone else: This is a really nice pub that offers excellent home cooked food during the lunch time. I really recommend the burgers, ask for fried onions! The Garden has a wonderful family feel and excellent playground facilities for the kids! The landlord and his staff are friendly and proffesional and as a rule the regulars aren't too bad! :o)
anonymous - 7 Apr 2005 11:32
I really thought it was the end of the world when I walked in. Smells of stale fags & beer & full of rough locals.
pinot - 19 Jan 2005 13:27
what a garden great for the kids and great for us .very warm and fun pub well done to the governerstumpy
stumpy - 13 Sep 2004 10:01
Not a bad pub, nice drop of the local northern brew, great for a homesick scouser like myself, reminds me of home, shame the prices arent the same! Very handy location also, working just over the road I can pop in for one after walking the dog, magic, dodedodedoh! Eh, eh?? up the Pool!
Scouse Andy - 19 Mar 2004 13:28

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