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Deep fried whatever at 180C is the safest menu option in a scabby pub, you are less likely to swallow something that will send you to the heads for urgent paperwork. That said, pubs near water should still up their game.Ye Olde White Swan, Thames Ditton.
if you want a quick drink, decent mooring and watch the backwater world go by, this is the pub for you.
if don’t want a plate of deep fried everything, served badly and tasting even worse then I suggest you cruise on by.
such a shame an old pub with a cracking location can be allowed to get away with it.
Greene King should address this before opening proper and make it a decent boozer with food to match.
Agreed. It’s just such a wasted opportunity !Deep fried whatever at 180C is the safest menu option in a scabby pub, you are less likely to swallow something that will send you to the heads for urgent paperwork. That said, pubs near water should still up their game.