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The Moon Under Water, Hounslow - pub details

Moon Under Water

Address: 84-86, Staines Rd, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 3LF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5745) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Hounslow Central (0.3 miles), Hounslow East (0.8 miles), Hounslow West (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Hounslow (0.4 miles), Whitton (1.4 miles), Isleworth (1.6 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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First pub of a short New Year's Eve crawl for me. With one CAMRA voucher remaining, it had to be a Wetherspoons. It's been almost 6 years since I was last here. But I'd still rate it as the only decent real ale pub in Hounslow. It was fairly busy yesterday afternoon and there was a reasonable range of ales - Caledonian Double Dark, Greene King Abbot, Upham Punter, Ruddles Best, The Celt Experience The Lost Antlers, Goddards Fuddle Dee-Dum, Marstons Empire IPA & Sharps Doom Bar. Cider was Westons Old Rosie & Mulled Cider. Staff were efficient.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Jan 2016 15:15
This was once one of the best pubs in Hounslow/West of London, some people travelled to go there.
There was nice real ales, nice ambience, and not many yobs.
The last two still stand, but for the last two months, the quality of the Ales on a Friday night is downright poor.
For the first time since the 1970s I drank a lager instead of an ale.
It's been cloudy beer, and sometimes foul smelling as well for a couple of months.
But last Friday (12/6/2015) was the last time for me, only the Abbot or the Ruddles best was in drinkable condition, one guest ale was awful, the other that came on late was cloudy and only just drinkable.
Sorry, but the Manager seems to have given up (no sign of him on a Friday evening!).
Plus the other can clearly not handle cask ales.
If it has to be a Wetherspoons you want, try Twickeham, Feltham, Ealing, or Acton. Or better still if you want to travel: Surbiton & Wimbledon.
Tim Martin should close this place, as it gives a very bad name on quality to his empire.
CaskBill - 14 Jun 2015 21:49
Visited a couple of times this week. Friendly and efficient service and a relaxed atmosphere. Has more of a pub feel than many Wetherspoons, which can be a bit cavernous and empty. Ale was in excellent condition with some tasty dark beers amongst the options. Well worth a visit. 9/10.
wobblybob - 8 Nov 2013 23:33
went in friday afternoon try a few various beers they had which were all fine well served and did not have to wait long to be served.

saturday morning as my hotel was room only i went for breakfast which was ok but not as good as the one i had feltham spoons the previous day.
forestwood - 30 Aug 2011 12:20
this could be a great pub,had a meal which was great value for money,and the beer was good,but thats were it stops.the dykes behind the bar have a lot to learn about civility,one would be better off employed as a Sumo wrestler,such a terse can,t fall over as your feet are stuck to the carpet,and the odd whiff of urine about the place,the manager seemed a nice person having to make do with a jobsworthy lot,as is the trend for most weatherspoons.
dunroamin - 23 Aug 2011 12:52

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