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It can be difficult to put preconceptions aside. When the pub sign says simply ‘dining rooms’, the windows are plain glass and the paintwork matt gastro-grey; it's another one ruined!
But on entering, a warm welcome and a ‘good to see you’ attitude soon disarms; before long a cool pint of Cornish ale and a succulent warm beef salad, topped with deliciously ripe stilton, peppery rocket and sweet roasted peppers, is soon devoured. “Everything okay?” A sheepish nod of approval the reply. This is a pub which prides itself on its food, the quality is obvious; but there are plenty of customers calling in just for a pint, or a glass of wine from the extensive list.
The building has had many changes from its origins a century ago, but it has retained a good pub atmosphere and there are still some remnants of its past if you care to look. If nothing else it follows in the tavern tradition, where the food and wines were as important as the conversation. Give it a try.
The Ealing Park Tavern -