The Wheatsheaf

Venue Details & Map

The Wheatsheaf

Address
41 Haven Lane
London
W5 2HZ
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 8997 5240
Public transport:
Ealing Broadway, Underground

Yelp Reviews

8.00 out of 5
based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Wheatsheaf

4.0 out of 5
14 June 2017
by Evelyn A.

Sunday roasts. They are a thing in England. I like tender meat, I like lingering over drinks with buds, so naturally I'm big into this Sunday-roast-at-the-local-pub tradition.

My friends live in Ealing and I was sick of going to The Drayton (it's great, but not every darn day) so we came here for our Sunday supper. I'm sure glad we did! Delicious roasts, adorable old-barn feel and a nice... more

4.0 out of 5
17 February 2016
by Nicolas H.

Very cool, welcoming and great selection of beers. There is plenty of seating available and if you are into sports, they're screens are not bad at all.

This is my local spot, and have never been let down. It is not as crowded as the one next door, but that to me, is a plus. We get enough crowds in London anyway. (Think the tube!)

Have not tried their Sunday roast, but it's on the list for... more

4.0 out of 5
30 January 2015
by Stefan P.

I've been coming to this pub for years off and on. It is "up the back" of Haven Green. The first thing to note is that if you are coming from said Green you should walk past the first pub (name always unknown) and head into here. It is a Fullers pub, but they usually have some irregular ales like Bengal Lancer, which I'm drinking right now. At the back is a nice restaurant area. It's some... more

2.0 out of 5
16 October 2008
by gutterfax

The only thing going against this place, is that it's beside one of my favourite pubs, The Haven. That said, it seems to have a great bunch of regulars and always seems to be busy.

Another FS& Turner pub, so the Pride is good and ESB better when it's on.

I once went in there when the England Rugby Union Team were pplaying and they had it on on 1 TV......I went next door and the Haven had it on... more

4.0 out of 5
15 November 2012
by Michelle B.

Ah, a Fullers pub.

I never use to be a fan, but all my recent good finds have been Fullers.

This is a lovely local pub which like quite a few Fuller pubs in Ealing as that Tardis effect of being bigger than you expected when you step inside.

If your looking for a pub in Ealing, this one is just a little out of the way and in more residential areas, but its a lovely little pub.

The... more

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