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The Ealing Park Tavern
222 South Ealing RoadLondonW5 4RL
Top 5 reviews of The Ealing Park Tavern
My mom came to visit us from the states for the new year. We made reservations at The Ealing Park Tavern after hearing about it from
You walk directly into the pub from the entrance, and off to the right is the dining area. Quaint--yet not squeezed in claustrophobically tight--with a simplistic wooden decor.
The food is spectacular! They have an expansive list of appetizers and entrees... more
Loved this quaint pub! Wonderful service and a very clean and nice atmosphere. Came here for a team dinner with coworkers - we had their special of the night, lobster! Ordered the mussels as an appetizer and the seafood was so fresh and delicious. Our favorite dessert was the deconstructed brownie - perfect way to end the night! more
We found this nice restaurant and pub just walking from our hotel to the tube. Wonderful selection of local fare. We had the local cheese plate and a lamb entree. The wine selection was also very good.
This is a place you can relax at the pub after work or shopping or have a elegant meal. I am glad we stumbled upon the tavern. more
Not your typical gloomy pub environment. Quite cheery and upbeat. The food was great. Had the fish and chips topped off with sticky toffee pudding. Four stars given because the service was quite slow. A little surprising since the place didn't seem too crowded for a Wednesday afternoon but there was a long wait time to get our food.
Overall it was a good experience and would love to visit again. more
You're a pub. In west London. It's a Thursday night. Ear-splitting live jazz, no matter how professionally played, is not why people are here. We literally couldn't hear people sitting two feet away. On top of that, to leave people waiting two deep at the bar for ten minutes while three people idly empty a dishwasher and flirt is just a bit, you know, poor.
Used to be the best pub in the... more