We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I agree with Stuart P in that I can't understand some of the reviews criticising this pub. "The most feared public house in London"?!? That's got to be one of the funniest things I've heard in a while!!
In fact, it's a very friendly pub...More
This must be the most feared public house in London if not the whole country. Apart from being stuck in the 1970s with its patterned orange carpets and fake flock wallpaper, the landlady was a reincarnation of Peggy Mitchell, with the exception of being the...More
Never have I ever been spoken to in such a rude manner by staff. Would recommend staff take a trip over to west London or just down the road to The Hive coffee bar to learn CUSTOMER SERVICE and POLITE MANNERS. The outspoken, rude woman...More
I don't think the last reviewer paints a fair picture. Yes there is Jazz but it's only on the last Sunday evening of the month, so if it's not your cup of tea don't go that night. The Hare like other pubs in the area...More
This Pub has gone right down the pan. The owner is a hyped up keyboard warrior, who has ruined the pub by letting the posh take other with their Jazz and poor clothing, Pub has a massive problem for drug use. Also a Old Bloke...More
Popped in for a couple of drinks after walking quite a way along the nearby regents canal. This is thankfully more like pubs used to be. A good crowd were in to watch the football. There was banter going on and a nice atmosphere. The...More