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The Lord Palmerston, Dartmouth Park

Surprised by some of the reviews below, although most are pretty out of date. I've always found landlord Steve and his staff here very friendly and helpful and the beer selection impressive and well kept. It is a little bit gastro I guess (although far less so than many others in this area) which isn't really my thing either but it's easy to avoid that if you just want a pint or 2 by staying in the main front bar and avoiding the (separate) dining room. Very dog friendly too (just down the road from the heath) plus the music's some of the best you'll hear in any London pub, always a top notch selection - I heard everything from Bob Dylan to Northern soul via Studio 1 and Herman Dune on my last visit. Top notch beer and fine tunes in a smart but not too un-pub-like local.

11 Oct 2011 22:23

The Seven Stars, Chancery Lane

Went here with my Dad the other night as it was his local when he worked in London 40 years ago. He was very pleased to see that they still hadn't mended the sticking door into the right hand bar ! Had roasted Guinea Fowl and a couple of unusual ales (for a central London pub). All top notch. I funny little place with loads of character and plenty of quirks. A lot of people won't get it at all which obviously makes it great (and not too busy...) Going back next week for more of the same.

11 Oct 2011 21:58

The Swan, South Acton

What's wrong with Somalians ?

11 Oct 2011 21:41

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