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The Hole In The Wall, Chiswick - pub details

Hole In The Wall
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Address: 12, Sutton Lane North, London, W4 4LD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1054) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Gunnersbury (0.3 miles), Chiswick Park (0.4 miles), South Acton (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Gunnersbury (0.3 miles), Chiswick (0.6 miles), Kew Bridge (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 25 users)
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Copper Cow, Chiswick (0.2 miles), Sam's, Chiswick (0.3 miles), Lamb Brewery, Chiswick (0.3 miles), Connolly's, Chiswick (0.3 miles), Pilot, Chiswick (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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The Hole in the Wall exists no longer. It's been in the process of being completely renovated (not that it needed anything as it was a very pleasing place as it was).
No guess what it's going to be, a gastro pub of the wankiest persuasion. Without wishing to enter into a rant, I can't imagine this new identity offering much to the social drinker.

As if Chiswick needed yet another one of those. With this and Pickwicks now gone, the only genuine pub left in the area is Connolly's.
el_bozboz - 30 Mar 2015 12:53
Nice place and friendly staff but you can't after finding a DIRTY BLACK HAIR TWICE in our food this place is off our eating list. Great selections of beers however.
Ficorizz - 19 May 2013 21:38
Nice enough pub, good service and food. Lacks a certain something to make it a buzzing pub.
thethirstyguzzler - 21 Jul 2011 18:11
My wife and I live around the corner, so we have been to this pub many times for a quit drink. Unfortunately this pub has turned into a place were families bring there kids and let them run around and harass the other customers.

Last Sunday we stopped around for a few pints after Sunday lunch.....there was a very rude little 7 year old girl there with her family. She decided she wanted to play with my wife. When my wife told her she didn't want to play the little girl followed her around the pub stamping her feet and demanding that she go into the beer garden and entertain her. When I told her to go back to her mother she just looked at us like we were the hired help. Strange! After 10 minutes of this I had to go to the bar and ask the staff to "please do something about this litte brat who thinks my wife is her nanny".

We won't be going back and we live right around the corner. Ashame.
robert70 - 7 Feb 2011 16:20
Great modern local in residential area away from the high street - hard to find if you're not a local. Very well kept ales - the Pride is better than any of the Fullers pubs nearby that I've tried (most). Good low(ish) level music, amazing garden (with grass!!!), 2 rooms to the bar - a main front bar and a smaller cozy snug plus a dining room where generally very good, posh, pub food (quite expensive), is served.

The couple that run it are great and very friendly and their staff are well drilled. When they took it over it was a little too much of a restaurant to start off with (although very good) but it's found a good middle ground now between drinking and eating with some great local characters at the bar too. Would feel happy coming here for a few beers with friends, dinner with my girlfriend or having Sunday lunch with the parents.

Sunday lunch can get pretty hectic though with too many moody pram pushers (the down-side of Chiswick I guess) expecting to be treated like royalty (as a reward for letting their offspring run around the pub until they fall over and cry ?) spoiling the atmosphere a bit for others. It's a PUB please guys - not a childminders that sells beer !!! Great that it's child friendly but it's not all about you, you, you !!!

Overall, a really good local pub. Yes it's been smartened up a bit, yes you can buy some posh food there, no it's hasn't got sky, no it hasn't got pitbulls scaring everyone out of the garden anymore but that's what makes it a good local pub that suits the community which is what a local pub should be.

Most of the reviews here are very out of date or written by people who would probably be happier in Giraffe on the High Street.


42yearsyoung - 16 Dec 2010 22:14

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