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Three Bells, Heathrow Airport

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Had a pint of Youngs Bitter at 3.85. Way too cold and thus lacking in flavor.
endoderm - 9 Aug 2013 15:21
Large spacious airport bar showing the World Cup final during my recent visit. There were a couple of real ales. But I don't recall what they were. Aspalls was the cider of choice. Handy for a quick drink whilst waiting for a flight and probably slightly better than the average airport bar. But nothing really to write home about.
blue_scrumpy - 25 Jul 2010 19:42
on my visit the Pride was superb and the pub was clean 9/10
hjhsh - 6 May 2010 18:16
Considering how many times I have to go through Heathrow I take satisfaction in avoiding these plastic airport pubs. But have now found myself in a second one in two weeks after being pulled in by some guests from the Orient who wanted a last taste of British Ale before heading off East.
And I wasn't expecting much after my experience in T1 last week, but initially pleased to see both Pride and Adnams on and even more surprised when they both turned out to be really good.
Still not a place I would choose to drink , but would have no hesitation to return if I found myself with time to kill in T3 again.
Gann - 12 Oct 2009 21:58
No real ale on when I came through, a big disappointment which meant I would be ale-less for longer than intended. I agree with rpadam that it is a cut above similar bars in this rather soulless place in terms of physical comfort, but it was still made unpalatable by some very smelly and loud customers and the complete lack of anything I wanted to drink. I'll try a different bar next time.
ETA - 25 Sep 2009 11:31
From a distance, you would think that this is a bog-standard airport bar/restaurant, but it is run by Geronimo Inns who usually give the impression of knowing what they are doing (e.g. the Betjeman Arms at St Pancras International). A fairly well-thought out layout, with plenty of bar stools and some lower chairs and tables in front of the main restaurant area. A very respectable pint of London Pride too (with Adnams also available). Overall, nothing special, but still surprising good given the charmless location inside Terminal 3.
rpadam - 18 Jun 2009 21:35

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