Strand-on-the-Green is one of Chiswick's four former villages, and a "particularly picturesque" riverside area in West London. It is a conservation area, with many "imposing" listed buildings beside the river Thames; a local landmark, the Kew Railway Bridge that crosses the river Thames and the Strand, is itself Grade II listed. Oliver's Island is just offshore.
Strand-on-the-Green is the most westerly part of Chiswick. It is on the north bank of the river Thames, just downriver from Kew Bridge. The name is shared by the first part of the road east of Kew Bridge, its continuation on the riverside path, and the area itself. The riverside path is fronted by a row of "imposing" 18th-century houses, interspersed with three riverside public houses. The low-lying path borders a part of the tidal river whose capacity has been restricted by the building of embankments on both banks, and it is flooded at high water during spring tides. Houses on the street were occasionally flooded, for example in 1967, before the Thames Barrier was built to restrict the highest tides on the river.
|Monday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Tuesday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Wednesday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Thursday||12:00 – 11:00 PM|
|Friday||12:00 PM – 12:00 AM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 12:00 AM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 10:30 PM|
Mason Yousif | Apr 2, 2018
Absolutely wonderful. A gorgeous venue on the river with incredibly friendly staff. The decor was lovely and the pub allows dogs. Most importantly, the food was delicious all-round (with the pork belly being the best roast dinner I’ve had in London!). Can’t wait to go again.
Michael Hellinikakis | Mar 27, 2018
Excellent food all round from the main menu to the specials! The staff are very friendly and love to chat as well as being very attentive during service. They are dog friendly and allow them inside on the main floor as well as outside either facing the canal or the main entrance.
Dimitris Koiliadis | Apr 17, 2018
Very nice gastro pub with a modern twist on traditional dishes, accomplished by an extensive and very reasonably priced wine list. Beers (draught & bottled) also available. Prices neither cheap nor expensive. Rather normal for the menu it serves. Very nice views of the Thames and tables to sit outside if weather permits.
Borbála Tóth-Apáthy | Dec 27, 2017
One of the best pub food I know in London. Great outside seating in the summer next to the Thames. Consistent, amazing quality food, seasonally changing and very creative menu. Service is mostly good for the size of the place, although in the outside it can be very slow. Overall I'm happy to come back every time, and it never disappoints.
Kris Nyunt | Mar 15, 2018
Nice decor and they serve pretty amazing food here. The staff are super nice and friendly. We had a family function here and it was such wonderful service and food. Got nice river breeze and you can even take a stroll after the meal if you like.
EveryDay Girl | Jun 1, 2018
Nice pub by the river. Friendly, courteous staff. Met a friend for a drink. They have outdoor seating by the river in the front and also round the back by the car park. It's a small car park for 8 cars. We sat outside as it was a nice day, but inside looked very nice. I didn't eat, but food looked and smelt lovely. I would definitely go back. Reason for 4 stars is because i didn't try the food, hopefully next time.
Stephen E | May 25, 2018
Been my favourite pub on the river for over 40 years and seen it transform from a few tables in back room around the old Victorian fireplace to today’s period chic establishment. Beers great as is the food. Hugely larger now having recently been expanded into the first floor.
Joe Morris Bray | Jun 17, 2018
The food quality was amazing. We all had the Vietnamese noodles, which were really good & exceeded expectations in terms of portion size, as they came with a separate dish of spring rolls and sauces. Great location, good cider, nice staff. A bit expensive, but overall would definitely recommend
Mike | Jun 18, 2018
Nice pub on the side of the River Thames. Not cheap but I wouldn't expect it to be! Very busy on sunny evenings. Popular with dog owners. Easy to get to.
Laura Caroline | Jul 8, 2018
First time in, as I've moved in the neighbourhood a couple of months ago. Got in to try and get a table for 2. First thing I noticed is how stressed and unfriendly staff looked. Approach someone to ask for a table. Got sent somewhere else where 2 waiters were running around without paying any attention to us. We waited for quite long, which is irritating when all you want is to find out whether you can have a table or not. Another party of 4 came in, also looking to get a table (like us, they hadn't booked). Someone - who I believe to be the manager - went directly to help them, without even being bothered about us. We just left. Can't judge the food, but I can already tell that service is poor, as must be the Management (I know by experience that when staff is properly treated they are relaxed and friendly, and vice versa...). Next time we'll go directly to Bulls head or Annie's where the staff is absolutely lovely.
Harmony Clauer Salyers | Jul 7, 2018
Nice pub and dining on the river. Food was delicious and service was great. It was enjoyable to be able to also listen to the locals enjoying the game.
Nick Coupland | Jul 15, 2018
Paid £18 for a roast beef, which was completely dried out around the edges under a heat lamp, rest of the roast was about as appetising. I have genuinely had better roasts for less than £8 in greasy spoons. The waitresses response, "well I'll eat if you won't"
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