The Weir Bar & Dining Room

Bars and pubs Brentford
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The Weir Bar & Dining Room

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A family run gastropub with a fine dining restaurant feel, The Weir Bar and Dining Room is located close to the Grand Union canal just off of Brentford’s High Street. The popularity of this long running favourite is not least down to the dedication The Weir’s kitchen staff to serving up only the very best seasonal food, traditional in style but created using the very best produce, the most effective methods and the greatest care too. Wherever possible local traders supply ingredients to The Weir Bar and Dining Room, fish is delivered fresh daily and much, including organic breads, pastas and ice creams, is prepared from scratch in house. At the bar, likewise, a well thought out list includes well sourced wines and beers including European lagers, British beers and excellent freshly mixed cocktails. Probably the oldest pub in Brentford The Weir, previously The White Horse, is full of atmosphere and charm, attractively appointed in a modern style but still with original features aplenty


Venue name: The Weir Bar & Dining Room
Address: 24 Market Place
Price: £25 and under
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I really like this pub. It is very friendly. The beer garden is lovely! They have live music on Sundays and great selection of cocktails on top of their beers/wines. I have not tried the food so cannot comment on this. But if great pub to go to if you happen to be in the area. 

Edit: So had lunch here on a sunny Sunday outside and the food was really good! I had the mussels which was lovely! I just wanted to get a straw and finish off the sauce at the bottom of the pan, the sea bass was equally good. A couple of friends had the roast and it is very generous. You can have some of the roasts in a reasonably priced set menu. 

Jennifer S

Very nice atmosphere with green walls and wood tables about. I got for lunch takeaway the bruschetta with pine nuts and pesto for about £5.5 and also the baked aubergine with spinach, sun-dried tomato, goat's cheese & mixed salad for £11.50. While the bruschetta's price was a bit much for the portion size- only one medium slice of sourdough bread- the flavour was delicious. The aubergine was lovely, with a nice round swath of goat cheese. It's texture was perfect: not too soupy but soft enough to be chewed pleasantly. If I lived closer, I would definitely return!

Steve A

Love this place. Burgers are amazing and they have some very cool craft beers.

Sara P

Had the most amazing hot butter rum cocktail. Ordered a massive chateaubriand steak and chips to share, my poor mate didn't get a look in lol! So good :-). Staff really friendly and nice view over the river from the restaurant. Definately going back for more of that hot rum (and steak once I walk this one off!)

Poppy L

I visited The Weir for the first time last week with colleagues for a boozy lunch (don't tell). It was a lovely day so we sat in the picturesque beer garden lined with trees. I ordered the chicken pie recommended by the waitress, which unfortunately was the worst choice of the bunch. It was incredibly watery and peculiarly orange coloured! However, others ordered burgers (cooked to order) and another the veggie stroganoff (which had the strange addition of sundried tomatoes) and all were really happy. We shared a brownie and a sticky toffee pudding, which were surprisingly dainty and well done. Toilets were a 6/10, but smelt incredible!