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Quietly tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Ealing Broadway, The Wheatsheaf is a charming, cosy pub well worth seeking out. With friendly service, great pub food and traditional real ales, it's Ealing's best kept secret. And you just found it!
Brunch, Drinks, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Bar, Pub, British, Gastropub
Television, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating
I have been to this pub a few times as i live around the corner, whether it be for food or just drinks and I have never had any issues. I find Fullers pubs reliable and decent value.
Sadly, we booked lunch / dinner for...4pm last Sunday (we booked late but was still able to get a table) for Sunday dinner and to watch the football. When we arrived most tables were taken which was expected as there was plenty of football on show and prime time for a Sunday dinner. We sat down and enjoyed a drink before trying to order (via their new app), however, the sunday roast was unavailable! I understand there is a finite amount of sunday roast to go around, but what i cant understand is how they can run out by c. 4pm. In my opinion this is prime time for Sunday dinners as people were still arriving.
Once we had come to terms with the lack of Sunday roast we resorted in ordering the standard pub food from the menu (fish and chips, burger, etc) which was nice but when we got to see the last remaining roasts coming out the kitchen, it made our food pretty disappointing.
All in all, its a nice pub and the beers are good, but i think its poor management of stock to run out of Sunday roasts on a Sunday by 4pm.More
Date of visit: September 2020
wheatsheafw5, General Manager at The Wheatsheaf, responded to this reviewResponded October 5, 2020
Thanks for taking the time leave a review. We always appreciate feedback, be it good or bad, as it helps us identify what we are doing well or importantly where we are coming up short.
Ultimately, you are completely right , although our...More
I prefer this pub on Haven Lane as it is small and cosy with a real fire in the grate. They have an interesting range of beers and the atmosphere is nice as are the staff. I had fish and chips. The fish was nice...quality with thin batter but it was a relatively small portion. The chips were ok but again not really enough of them and the peas were delicious but the portion was tiny.More
Dropped in here for the first time in a long time and have to say I was very impressed. Refurb looks great and staff very friendly and on the ball. Fantastic selection of lagers and real ales. Asahi, Peroni, Amstel, Camden Ales, and many more....A lovely atmosphere in the pub and it was nice to watch the cricket on the screen despite England doing badly!
I live down Pitshanger way but will be making the visit here on a regular basis. Hope to try food next time too. Prices are reasonable for Ealing. You sometimes do get what you pay for!More
Date of visit: August 2019
wheatsheafw5, Deputy manager at The Wheatsheaf, responded to this reviewResponded August 25, 2019
Thank you so much for your glowing review!
I'm so glad you like what we've done to the place.
And seems like England did alright in the end!
All the best
The pub has been closed for a refurb & it re-opened on Fri 5th July at 6pm. So, having been a regular customer for about 40 years, I decided to have a look. To my disappointment, they had got rid of Fosters lager, which they...were selling at £4.40 a pint. The Heineken, which I do not regard as a premium lager, is selling at £5.15 a pint. Fullers are charging Central London prices for their draught beers, in an off the beaten track pub in Ealing. I usually spend about £600-£700/month in the Wheatsheaf But I will no longer be a regular customer.More
Date of visit: July 2019
wheatsheafw5, General Manager at The Wheatsheaf, responded to this reviewResponded July 28, 2019
I'm really sorry to hear you no longer wish to visit us off the back of our refurbishment and would really appreciate the chance to talk it through with you. We would hate to lose you as a valued regular and do hope...More
I met a friend of mine for a catch up and pint. We stayed for dinner and I had Fish and Chips, haddock! It was very nice and I washed it down with a pint of Oliver’s ale. It was reasonably priced and I would...go back and.More
This is a belated review from last Christmas when a small team of us enjoyed a Christmas meal. Just wanted to say that we nearly all opted for the fish and chips which is superb. Massive piece of fish with crunchy non fatty batter with...homemade chips. At first the chip portion looked a little small but trust me you don't need alot as the fish goes on forever.
We tried another pub the year before but inferior and unanimously wanted to return this time. The atmosphere in the Wheatsheaf is warm, cosy and traditional and service good. We changed our timings last minute which was no problem for the staff.
Food definitely above average for a pub and would urge anyone to visit.More