|Venue name:||The Grange|
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Average User Rating
4.8 / 5
- 5 star:31
- 4 star:3
- 3 star:1
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
Beautiful setting. Wonderful staff and always something going on at the Grange. Also dog friendly :)
Disappointing Sunday lunch .Quality of food poor; overcooked beef, salmon served with carrots and parsnips,vegetarian choice narrow, i.e. 2, vegetarian sausage or quinoa .Cheese board for 1 person cost over £9.Most meagre and overpriced cheeseboard I've seen, amounting to 2 tiny portions of dull cheeses and crispbreads from Marks and Spencer..Cheese served with knives minus plates.
Pub architecture might be interesting but , it does not compensate for the overpriced, disappointing food.
Will never eat there again
Staff pleasant but not up to the standard of staff in other Ealing pubs and restaurants.
A lovely local pub with a great atmosphere. Manager Barbara has done so much to continually improve and enhance this pub. Rosanna.
A perfect place to go for any occasion, from a chilled drink, delicious meal or a party, this place will always make you feel comfortable and welcome. The manager, Barbara Smith is always very attentive and genuinly caring.
Excellent service, Amazing food, Fantastic atmosphere, welcoming and fun staff that always make you feel at home.
THE GRANGE is a gastro-pub situated in Ealing Common park, west London area zone 3.
Ealing Common Station, in the Picadilly Line, is 10-15 min by walk.
This pub has different rooms and atmospheres. As you go inside throw the main door, you can find the bar area. On the left side of the bar, there is a stunning garden with a garden house on the other side and a vintage touch.
This is my favourite spot, specially during warm evening afterwork. I feel in holiday and outside London.
On the first floor, there is a ready area, perfect to relax on your own or with company.
I must confess that the food was really good in terms of quality and portion size.
I had burger and my friends, fish and chips, salmon and charcuterie board.
All the products were fresh and the dishes had the warmth of home-made food. The chefs takes great care in selecting the best quality ingredients.
They also have a large range of drinks and wines.
I highly recommended this pub.
Friendly and chilled out pub with great selection of beers and wines, lots of great nooks and corners inside and out. A pub run with considerable love, high standrads and attention to detail - it shows. recommended
Extremely friendly and helpful staff, charming atmosphere inside and out with a beautiful beer garden, awesome pub quiz on Thursdays, great food, summer house in the garden is great for private events. I've had a few locals (by which I mean pubs) in my time, but this is far and away my favourite.
Great pub with great food. Love the outside deck area. Pleasant and friendly staff make every visit here pleasant.
A delightful, spacious venue. Apart from many deliciously crafted dishes, I must admit it serves one of best chicken roasts I ever had, along with warm, friendly and beautiful service by Barbara and Carmen. Most recommended.
This is really tough as I love nearly all the pubs submitted in the Ealing category. I guess this one just ever so slightly pips it for it's really cool pub space - it is not a straight square inside. It has so many nooks and crannies. It has really interesting soft drinks too - a rarity for pubs and I appreciate that as someone who barely drinks alcohol. It also has a fantastic restaurant with really interesting, delicious and ever-changing, seasonal food. Fab!
A great place to meet for food and drink. Quality Staff,fantastic food and a great range of beers including some local brews ie Camden Hills and Meantime.
This is my favourite pub and is the best in West London. It has very friendly staff, a great ambiance and perfect beer. The food is superb and well presented.
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