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The London Apprentice, TW7 6BG

 

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Address   62 Church Street, Old Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 6BG

 

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The London Apprentice in Old Isleworth is a gorgeous Georgian pub. On the banks of the River Thames, this Grade II listed building is the perfect place to relax and unwind and enjoy the view from our riverside terrace.

We're located on the banks of the Thames, just a short walk from Syon Park. So if you are rambling along the Thames, out and about on your bike or looking for a great new pub to try out with friends, it’s the perfect place to visit.

The pub dates back to fifteenth century, but was later rebuilt during the first half of the eighteenth century. It is uncertain whether the....
The London Apprentice in Old Isleworth is a gorgeous Georgian pub. On the banks of the River Thames, this Grade II listed building is the perfect place to relax and unwind and enjoy the view from our riverside terrace.

We're located on the banks of the Thames, just a short walk from Syon Park. So if you are rambling along the Thames, out and about on your bike or looking for a great new pub to try out with friends, it’s the perfect place to visit.

The pub dates back to fifteenth century, but was later rebuilt during the first half of the eighteenth century. It is uncertain whether the London Apprentice owes its name to the ‘apprentice lads’ of the various livery companies of London who would row out to Isleworth in gaily decked barges during their free time, or to the famous ballad ‘The honour of an Apprentice of London'.

The pub is said to have been patronised by such eminent personalities as Henry VIII, Charles I, Charles II (with Nell Gwynne), Lady Jane Grey and Oliver Cromwell, all of whom had close links with nearby Syon House. The Inn was also a popular haunt of highwaymen from Hounslow Heath, most notably the infamous and unsavoury, Dick Turpin. Our Riverview Room is the perfect place to enjoy a drink or a meal with friends and is also available for private or company functions. We also recommend you take some time out to enjoy the views of the river from our heated patio.

Come and enjoy our Great British Menu. We have delicious new dishes including BBQ Pork Taquitos, tender and juicy Wagyu Burger and our impressive Lamb Shank Shepherd’s Pie. Of course we are still serving with pride our Ultimate Fish & Chips and our very own Taylor Walker Steak & Ale Pie. We also have a new Chicken & Chorizo Pie and a Baby Onion & Woodland Mushroom Pie.

We are proud to offer delicious Great British pub food and look forward to welcoming you with friendly smile.

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