The Grand Union is a pub that serves a variety of Modern British and vegetarian dishes, and provides catering for private parties of up to 50 guests upon request. Seating in the garden area is provided with a picturesque view overlooking the canal and barbecue facilities available for use.
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The Grand Union Pub
45 Woodfield Road
Westbourne ParkLondonW9 2BA
- +44 (0)20 7286 1886
- Public transport:
- Westbourne Park, Underground
I have been to the pub a couple of times and absolut love it. So did yesterday - enjoyed the outside area over fish and chips and some lagers. Quirky interior and the pub got just the trendy pub charme - love it.more
No good things to say about food...maybe if you are looking to drink-good outside area by the canal. I came here last Sunday-December and I was not impressed at all! The pub Felt pretty uncosy, cold, the menu is really not that great-had Philly cheese steak sandwich- it was pretty greasy, steak was tough and I actually felt unwell for the rest of the day. Very unpleasant experience. I came...more
Monday night is great for cask ale lovers. All draught cask ales are just £3 on a Monday.
Wednesday is great, with all the burgers on sale at £5. It is also their quiz night and gets packed as all the tables are reserved in advance.
They have a great BBQ menu, but I wish they offered a roast option on a Sunday.
Large outside terrace on the canal, is nice when the weather is good. The view...more
My local! Well not necessarily my closest local pub, but if there's ever a question of where to enjoy a few fine beers, this place always wins.
Beer: phenomenal. Usually a good rolling selection of about 12 kegs and 4 casks with lots of bottles in the fridge. I would say the taps are somewhat consistent, but they do change it up, so not totally static. Casks change more often. They are one...more
This is the latest incarnation of what was until recently the Grand Union. Following several minor refurbs and noticeable fluctuation in staff, what was once my favourite local has recently been taken over by Fuller's.
The spiral staircase has been replaced by a boring wooden one (probably more in keeping with health & safety regulations and certainly kinder to those wearing heals), the bar...more