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Grove Park, Chiswick - pub details

Previously called: Station House

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Address: 2, Grove Park Road, London, W4 3SG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4756) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Gunnersbury (0.8 miles), Kew Gardens (0.8 miles), Chiswick Park (1 mile)

Nearest train stations Chiswick (0.1 miles), Gunnersbury (0.8 miles), Kew Gardens (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.9/10 (rated by 15 users)
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user reviews of Grove Park, Chiswick

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Sitting outside on a sunny day is pleasant enough. This should be a great pub, but it's grim and has gotten a lot grimmer of late. This is what's wrong with it:

1) Everything is brown on brown on brown
2) The lighting is so murky and dim, it makes it even browner
3) No seats at the bar
4) No atmosphere
5) Miserable landlady
6) No real fun
7) Over priced drinks
8) Bad use of space - it's a hulk of a lounge

To make it better they need to address all the above and really move everything around - those low level sofas should be moved to the dining area. Cabaret nights and cocktail tables would be a better use of the main bar.

thethirstyguzzler - 21 Jul 2011 16:33
Any pub that can't pour a rum and coke into a glass shouldn't be charging £6 for a drink! Otherwise the Revamp is good. Not dared to try the food in five years.
steen21 - 19 Oct 2010 17:39
I pop in from time to time but won't call in again. London Pride is now £3.40p a pint. But the real take on is the price they charge for a half. Not £1.70p but £1.80p. Apparently they top up the price of all the beers similarly if you only want a half. I must say the Pride is in good condition when I've had it but so it should be at that price.
geoffharwood - 10 Sep 2009 23:07
This place is now called ‘Station House’ and it is an expensive gastro pub with jazz every Sunday evening – I wouldn’t have guessed it is in Chiswick!

It’s a big open plan pub with a dining type area at one end and an open fire surrounded with sofas at the other. There are a few high tables dotted about and there is plenty of covered and uncovered seating outside the front of the pub.

The barmaid on my visit was friendly, but my pint of Pride was very cloudy and over £3. Pride is the only ale, but also available are Leffe Blond, Staropramen, Stella, Becks Vier and Guinness. Being a gastro pub there is also food available, but I think a burger and chips was about £10.

I can’t see myself ever going here again as it is in the middle of nowhere and pretty unremarkable.
Strongers - 23 Oct 2008 16:13
Ignore the pre-2008 comments on this pub as it has had a total refurb. Looks good, solid wood floor, large and smart bar with fireplace and plenty of leather sofas. Nice atmosphere - good mix of people and lively without being crowded. One downside is it is not good on real ale although it does have London Pride available.

Right next to the station so a good place to start/end a pub crawl taking in pubs on the Chiswick to Kew stroll.
TerryTibbs - 3 Mar 2008 12:46

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