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The Three Fishes, Sunbury on Thames - pub details

Address: 35 Green Street, Sunbury-On-Thames, Middlesex, TW16 6RE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1014) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Upper Halliford (0.9 miles), Sunbury (1 mile), Kempton Park (1.2 miles)

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The Three Fishes is a very old Tudor pub located in Sunbury-Upon-Thames, near Hampton Court, Middlesex. I am sad to post a comment about this one delightful inn, as The Three Fishes used to be my long time local pub, that had a very pleasent atmosphere, (especially on a Sunday afternoon when a group of Irish gentalmen would have a triditional sing song that I used partake in) but it has been taken over by a couple of mediterranean foreigners with a lack of understanding!

The Three Fishes have employed a female bar staff member, which I hate to have to say has petty intellectual impedance, and as a result is not able to understand peoples request. When a requests has been gotten wrong and asked to correct, she can become very insecure and abrasive.

This unfortunatly happened to me. After her getting my request for the order of a pint of 50/50 larger lemonade shandy wrong (recieving ratio 3/4 lemonade, 1/4 Larger), she demanded payment of the 50/50 ratio. I offered to do so on recieving it. I was looked at with horror and fear and she shouted to the licensee that I was not going to be paying for my drink. Influenceing the licensee to believe I was not going to be doing so, he became very unpleasant applying his nose to mine very threatengly and tell me to get out of the pub! Unfortunately, I've been told never to return!

If you are intending to vist The Three Fishes I strongly suggest that your english is very clear and that you double check that requested orders are understood.
GWarren - 28 May 2012 17:04
Had a meal in there this evening, spur of the moment decision, but SO recommended! (to back up comment from 'mim', my boyfriend also likes his steak rare and was not disappointed!)
Have visited this pub before and enjoyed it, but needed to say how impressed with the food side of things I was, well done!
lodemai85 - 5 May 2011 00:04
more new pub owners, and they are also giving the 3 fishes a very good go. The refit is excellent. Haven't tried the food. Jukebox and quiz machine are very good. I hope they succeed, loads of competition around Sunbury, but I like this pub.
TheGP - 26 Dec 2010 19:36
Well I have never been in this pub before, nor did I know who runs it and I can only say (I logged in especially to do so) I now know where to go locally for a good reasonably priced (9.95) steak with French fries and peppercorn sauce, also hand made pizzas, and the pasta looked good. I like my steak rare and am always wary of disappointment, but the Italian owner/chef does it Continental style and the Rib Eye (9 oz.) was as tender as a Fillet Mignon. Topped generously with peppercorn sauce: delicious. There were only two real ales on (Ruddles and Youngs) but they were in good condition. The live music (friday) wasn't too loud and you could still talk. I will be back for another steak and a pint for sure. This was an unexpected pleasant surprise find tonight, and almost on our doorstep. Good luck to the new chef owners, but please keep it a real ale pub.
mim - 19 Nov 2010 22:31
that last comment sounds suspiciously like a member of staff.

the refit has improved the place though - first impressions very good,
TheGP - 31 Oct 2010 21:22

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