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First time in here
Walking distance from the Holiday Inn Hotel.
Enjoying our drinks ( Johnnie Walker Black Label ).
Very glad to discover that this huge pub has a large varieties of whisky
Staff are good
Lovely old-world charm setting. Initial host/waitron was lovely; enquired about our day and whereabouts. We we super hungry after a long day of walking. Sadly, horrible food, and the GBP-ZAR conversion rate doesn’t help. Maybe tastes differ, but British food has a long way to...goMore
Closest pub to our hotel and we needed some food after a long, slow drive back from central London.
3 of us had Fish and Chips which, to be fair, were very good. the 4th person in our party, who is Vegan, had to make...do with a bowl of chips and a plate of 'crushed' peas (not mushy peas, these were mashed up garden peas!)
I think the only thing that will keep this pub going will be students and a few locals as it is not somewhere you would frequently visit if you had the choice.More
Unfortunately not a good experience.
Made me feel quite sick.
Low hygiene standards, good hygiene practices need to be implemented.
Not much choice.
Won't be returning again, unless if they overhaul the menu and refurbish the place.
My buttermilk chicken was burnt, they didn’t have Sausage and mash, or the aioli that was on the menu with a lot of the dishes , staff were rude and gave different advise on the same dish , very strange lunch experience , normally not...bad but today was not greatMore
In London to see a band, wanted to watch Wales v England 6 Nations. ‘The Castle’ perfect, right opposite our hotel, that was as good as it got,.The place stank, might as well have been drinking in the toilets, made me and my wife feel...sick, downed our drinks sharpish and returned to our hotel, ‘Holiday Inn Park Royal’ Hotel staff put the rugby on for us and we watched it there, ( Stella £4.70 a pint) Result.More
Went into this pub to watch the rugby, it smelt so bad it made me feel sick. Don’t know if it was the old worn out furniture which smelt of urine or it was just in the whole fabric of the pub... needless to stay...we left very quickly and would warn others to take a nose peg if venturing in.More
The castle is a few minutes walk from where we are staying in North Acton. Coming from Australia it is great to be able to experience a British pub so close to our accomodation. The selection of local beers is fabulous. Food is fresh and...tasty. Prices are reasonable and staff are friendly. It’s a busy place - which shows it must be good! If the locals hang out here it’s definitely the place to be!More