The Mawson ArmsCurrently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
- Address: Mawson Ln, Chiswick, London W4 2QD, UK, United Kingdom
- Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-2089942936
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Pubs, Adults
Once a home to an 18th century poet, Alexander Pope, The Mawson Arms is now a pub. The ambience here is like that of an authentic English pub, and has an old-school charm to it. Christopher Duffy, the Head Chef at The Mawson Arms, makes delectable cuisine by using superior quality ingredients and expert cooking techniques. The most popular dishes here include Frontier beer-battered as fish and chips, Black Cab ham, and free range eggs and house chips. You wouldn’t want to miss out on coupling your meal with one of the choicest drinks that the pub has to offer. The efficiency and warmth of the waiters here will ensure that you have a Bon Appetit.
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Excellent, typical English pub. We went it before and after the Fuller tour and both the beer and coffee where really good! Would highly recommend the "off piste" seasonal beer so easy to drink!
Great little pub next to the Fullers brewery tour. We stopped in for a quick bit of breakfast before the tour and the lady serving was extremely helpful and had great customer service. Our food was a bit delayed but she offered complimentary tea and coffee as a way of apology. Will definitely go back to try the rest of the menu.
Fullers Brewery Pub, here for excellent annual open day. Small pub but beautifully presented. Ales and larger top notch, as you would expect. Worth a visit combined with the brewery tour.
Situated on a busy interjunction, but right next to the Fullers Brewery (also worth a visit), this pub has a good atmosphere, with very friendly staff. Food is good, from a varied menu, as is the beer - Fullers of course!
You meet in the pub before the brewery tour, well worth a visit. At the end of the tour you get to sample all their beers for about 1/2 hour