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Time Out says
Posted: Mon Jul 18 2011
Notwithstanding a recent modest refit, little has changed at this pub for many a year. Key to its appeal is the location: down towards the Thames, a fair trek away from the nearest tube station, it’s in the shadow of the Fuller’s brewery, and thus plays host to many drinkers before and after tours of the grand old factory.
Alongside the expected range of Fuller’s beers – Discovery, Honey Dew, London Pride and others – there’s also uncomplicated and cheap food: burgers, sandwiches, fish ’n’ chips, and an assortment of pies (steak and ale, chicken and leek). Note the unusual opening hours: maybe Edwardian licensing laws still apply to this most traditional of pubs.
Mawson Arms 110 Chiswick Lane South