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Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

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Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

Looking for good food, friendly service and historic "British" atmosphere.

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1. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

I find this site the best resource for finding a good pub in any area of London.

http://www.fancyapint.com/

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2. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

My favourite pub in the area is Pride of Paddington. Great service and very good food. And a very large telly in case there is footy on!

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3. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

'Paddington' covers a very wide area - from Paddington basin in the North (Little Venice), down to the Bayswater road, bordering Hyde Park. The best pubs in the area are the Victoria in Strathearn Place, (a TALF favourite), and the Bridge Inn, by the canal. The ones around Paddington station itself aren't quite up to the same standards, but the Sawyers Arms and Fountains Abbey are good old fashioned Victorian boozers.

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4. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

How about the Maple Leaf in Covent Garden? :-)

As well as everybody else's suggestions, a short walk away across the Edgware Road is the Windsor Castle in Crawford Place. It's genuinely bonkers but very nice, and serves an interesting combination of fish & chips and Thai meals. Definitely worth a visit

http://www.fancyapint.com/pubs/pub3176.php

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5. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

We enjoyed the Victoria which is located between Paddington and Lancaster Gate.

www.fancyapint.com/pubs/pub1359.php

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6. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

I third the Victoria, I probably should stop bigging the place up as it's one of my own watering holes and I don't want it to get too busy! Adams suggestion of the Bridge House at Little Venice is also a cracker, in a quirky way. Both do decent food.

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7. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

I haven't been to Bridge House, I think I should put it in my list!

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8. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

I second "Pride of Paddington". Here is an album from the area:

http://tinyurl.com/yhcqpr6

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9. Re: Pub suggestions in the Paddington area?

Wow! thanks for the pictures. We are arriving by train and I had no idea of the size of the Paddington terminal. We have never been to London before - I was imagining something more like we've seen in Paris where the in city stations are just underground tunnels with platforms to board the train.

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