The Tabard dates back to 1880. On the first floor is the Tabard Theatre, an intimate 96-seat theatre which has been host to the likes of Al Murray, Harry Hill and Russell Brand.
With fabulous British food to accompany our drinks, our pub food is freshly prepared and includes all your British favourites.
Venue Details & Map
2 Bath RoadLondonW4 1LW
- +44 (0)20 8994 3492
- Public transport:
- Turnham Green, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Tabard
Cozy, scenic theatre pub in Chiswick, very close to Turnham Green station. Pleasant decor, smallish but likeable outside seating area. Beers aren't cheap.
Chiswick is an upmarket suburb of central London, so don't come here for cheap beer or food. The Tabard is a very nice place with an excellent range of real ales, hand-pumped or bottled, from Britain and from abroad. But a pint of regular... more
Good boozer, good outside area with shelter, heaters, staff are freindly and there is a good selection of ales and beer although there is odd pricing which leaves you with your pockets lined with shrapnel.
good location, nice crowd, I dont think I can fault the place more
The Tabard is your average local boozer. Don't expect a gastro pub and you won't be disappointed! The food is standard fare, but has always been pretty nice, and if you can bag a table outside you're laughing.
I have to say, everytime I've been there I'm always on the lookout for the ghost of the Grey Lady who apparently haunts the premises. Let me know if you see her! more
Staff is nice, atmosphere is good, food is so-so. Had bangers and Mach and the chicken and mushroom pie. It wasn't outstanding but nor was it bad. It had its moments,,,,,,I will return more
The Tabard is a theatre pub in Turnham Green (pretty far west London). I went last week to see an acquaintance in a production of a modernised Dorian Gray story.
The pub is on the ground floor, there a two rooms with the bar running through both. In appearance and atmosphere, though pleasant, it is a fairly typical pub. Also, the staff are friendly and efficient.
Through the pub garden... more