Taylor Walker provide British food and drink to the people through their many pubs. The provide sandwiches, classic pub food and a range of beverages.
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Venue Details & Map
62 Church StreetIsleworthMiddlesexTW7 6BG
- +44 (0)20 8560 1915
- Public transport:
- Syon Lane, National Railway
Just sat down for a hearty dinner - beautiful setting. Owner/proprietor wasn't very friendly though. No eye contact or smile as he pointed to the general direction of our table. Will update with a review of the quality of food.
Update: The food was fresh and pretty good. The fish and chips was generously proportioned, but the scampi and chips could have done with some more pieces of scampi....more
The food came out really quick and the plate was packed full. The lamb was slightly over cooked and so was the pork but the amount of veg and roast potatoes certainly made up for this.
The beer selection is excellent and the building is very old and impressive, a cheap "that will do" choice.more
Average food at a nicely located pub.
Nice decor and a pleasant location by the river, this makes for a nice Sunday afternoon destination.
I wasn't too fussed by the food, it's just you're average pub menu and Sunday roast type of place.
We had burgers, which whilst large, weren't amazing. I had a lamb burger but to be fair it could have been beef as it didn't taste of much!
The London Apprentice occupies a prime spot of river, ensuring that it's bathed in sunlight on good days. This makes it very popular with passer-bys, which in turn leads to long waits for food and drink (an hour wait for food when I was there). If that food was something special, I might be prepared to wait. But when it's the disappointing fare from the Taylor Walker chain, it's not a...more
There is a large and interesting food menu at this pleasant riverside pub, in a rather nice part of Isleworth
But the beer was what interests me. There was nothing too surprising but a handful of the better common choices with the slightly less common Hopback Summer Lightening and Harvieston Bitter and Twisted to back them up makes for a very solid list.more