In a world of gastropub restaurants, The Swan is staying true to the pub bit in gastropub. We’re proud to serve 3 real ales alongside an exciting wine list and a monthly changing Mediterranean menu with daily specials. The atmosphere is warm and cosy in the winter and we're very proud of our wonderful pub garden which is very popular when the sun decides to make an appearance!!!
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The Swan Pub
119 Acton LaneChiswickLondonW4 5HH
- Public transport:
- South Acton, National Railway
A great pub for drinks, but go elsewhere for the food.
The service is excellent. The garden is lovely and the bar warm and cozy.
I have tried the food at the Swan a few times over the past year, and I feel that it is massively overrated. The food is always very bland. I have ordered the Sunday roast three times always with poor results. There are so many good places to eat nearby that there...more
I went there for a Sunday lunch on advice from a local of Chiswick area. Inside, it looks like a regular pub. In summer, you must go in the back of the pub where you can drink outside surrounded with trees and candles, it looks very nice.
As for food, the menu seems to change every day, which is a good thing, means that products are fresh and seasonable.
I went for the chicken Sunday roast...more
I am a very big fan of The Swan. This is a traditional pub in my eyes...
The swan is about 2 mins away from my girlfriends house so we think of The Swan as an extended kitchen as we do dine here a lot during the week and the weekend. :)
The pub is not massive, it has a very homely vibe to it and you get to know the locals here quite easy. It is great for us as we like taking our dogs to the...more
Have been here a few times post work with colleagues. I have only eaten here once, but that time the food was delicious. Now to the important bit, the drinking. Staff here are pleasant and quick. They seem to love being there and it shows in customer service. It's quite cosy, especially on a winters day and you snag a table in the back room near the fire. Several real ales on tap, along with...more
A wonderful little oldie worldy pub located some distance from the hustle and bustle of the Chiswick High Road, This pub serves the local residents and those that have found it over the years, love it and keep coming back.
It has a nice garden out the back and welcomes families with children during sensible hours, by that I mean not a 9 o'clock at night.
A varied a good menu that changes...more