With it's retro styled interior, the Plough offers a unique twist on the traditional English pub. It's the perfect match of style and substance - delivering not just chic decor but also a fantastic modern menu, endless drinks list and plenty of outdoor space for the summer.
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297 Northfield AvenueEalingLondonW5 4XB
- Public transport:
- Northfields, Underground
Probably the most boring pub experience I had in London. The menu was rather pedestrian, and while my fish and chips were decent, there was nothing exceptional about them. My husband's bangers and mash (never not funny to say!) was a little better. Both came with plain peas as opposed to the mushy peas stated on the menu. It's a Fuller's pub, which isn't particularly interesting to me as a...more
Since it's been done up, the Plough has a great atmosphere and looks really homeley-but-sort-of-fancy with open fires and rustic wooden tables. Definitley family friendly, it has a beer garden at the back with a mini-playground thing for kids, but at the same time I've never seen it empty, and it always has a liveley buzz about it. Food-wise, it is sort of on the pricey side for a pub, but it...more
I went to The Plough with my friends who live in Ealing. I was really impressed by Fuller's dark selection, I had the London Pride and the 1845 which were both really delicious.
The pub itself has ample amount of seating and the 5 of us were quickly able to find a table and enjoy our pints.more
A pub that's changed a lot over the years, but currently at the top of it's game again.
Good food, very well kept ales and a big selection of bottles to keep pretty much everyone happy.
Big garden out the back, with some slides for the kiddies and an occasional barbeque in the summer. Indoors there's some high tables as well as comfy chairs and an open fire during winter.
It used to...more
Another good boozer on the Ealing/Brentford border. Quality food with prices to match, but if you like celeb-spotting, Peter Crouch and his VERY fit girlfriend can be seen in there sometimes.
Fullers and Guest ales aplenty, with all the continental lager you'll ever need and no TV or loud music to drown out your conversation.
Sunday lunch seems very popular and best of all.there's a Golden...more