Fullers Chiswick, Fullers London Pride, Fullers ESB,
Pubs and churches often go together. St. Peter's Church, its symbol - the crossed keys, is a stones throw away.The Cross Keys is a pleasant and friendly pub in a street of modest artisans' cottages, now fashionable and expensive.
Photographs taken in the late 19th century show how the pub has changed little in the past one hundred years. The entrance has tiles and etched glass from its Victorian roots. The front bar is plain and simple with a wooden floor and button-back leather bench seats.
The back of the pub has been opened up and serves principally as a dining area. The food is simple fayre and most main courses are around £7. Families are welcome, but they don’t dominate the pub.
Quiz night Tuesdays. Barbeques in Summer. Sports on TV. The Cross Keys -
What a cracking pub! Nearly walked passed it the other day, so glad we didn't. limited beer selection (2 Ales on) but the friendly chap at the bar recommended I try Summer Ale which was lovely. My friend had a ‘Pastmasters XX’ made to a recipe from 1891. The taste I had was lovely, really hoppy with bags of flavour! (Over 7% though so not a beer I could have a lot of)
Spent a very relaxed few hours in the garden then played a couple of games of darts. Not a bad night at all.
The Cross KeysSquid2k,
Stumbled across this pub when I lived near by. Great local with nice beers. Nothing exceptional, just a nice boozer.