Sounds like a great place! I might have to pop there!
222 South Ealing Road, London W5 4RL
“Welcome to The Ealing Park Tavern, hidden away in the South Ealing suburbs. The wood, brick and whitewash exterior, reminiscent of something from a Harry Potter movie, holds many a tale and now we are looking to put our own stamp in the gastro pub...” more...
13 reviews of Morgan Arms in English
There are a few tables out by the road for warm weather.
Adnams explorer is rather a nice beer, served in excellent condition here.
As pubs go, it's quite yuppie, especially compared to Coborn Arms up the road which has a more 'local' feel to it. Don't let the nice decor fool you though, it's a lovely place to sit and relax with some drinks and have a chat. I met a lady who had an adorable labrador with her inside and none of the staff or customers seemed at all fazed. The staff are friendly, the seating is comfy and the location is great! Tucked away but very accessible for those taking the tube anywhere.
I only wish I had moved into the house across the road!
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bexb-d, 3 October 2012:
This is my local and what a lucky girl I am. Smack in the midst of the Bow Conservation area. It’s a world away from Mile end in this side of Mile End Road. Victoria houses, a grand square, and lots of trees. For those of us that live here we are happy to keep the tucked away Morgan Arms our little secret.
The food is great, though I’ve only eaten there once, they have a lovely little restaurant area in the back of the pub.
The pub part is relaxing with a laid back friendly crowd. It has large windows which makes it nice and bright during the day, and means when I walk by on the way home I can look longingly in and see everyone having a good time. Staff are helpful and seem happy to be there, which makes for a nice atmosphere. The beers and cider on tap change around which is nice, as it gives a chance to try something new.
Why 4 not 5 stars, well I would like to see more nibbles on offer through out the day, and I would like to see it stay open later on the weekends, 11pm is when they have you out the door. I suspect this is because of it being in a residential area, and beyond their control.
Hidden away in the east of the city is this gem of a pub. It's the ideal place to take parents when they visit - great food, nice ambiance and pleasant staff. It's one of the main places I miss since moving south of the Thames
I've been going to and eating in the Morgan Arms for the past 3 years and it has gone from great to poor and back to great again. I went again tonight and the food is right back to its best. The drinks have always been pretty good but the food has had its ups and downs. I understand the chef changed some time ago and the current one is really good.
I had a really good Barnsley chop with really good champ and gravy, my companions had rabbit, soufflé, turkey, and halibut and everyone said how good their food was. The service was friendly and efficient, the atmosphere was buzzing, the décor good so overall no complaints at all.
The only reason it hasn't got 5 stars is that it is just a little pricey, not terrible but by no means cheap!
Go on, give it a try, you shouldn't be disappointed.
This is a blinding little pub in Mile End. Really really enjoyable. It's a strange place. I know my friends and was expecting a rubbish little dive bar. Instead, I arrived forty minutes late (whoops) and was greeted with lovely comfy chairs, real ale and great music. Friendly staff, lovely punters and a really happy atmosphere makes this a pub well worth travelling for. Luckily it's only two minutes from Mile End tube.
They do pub quizzies and raffles (currently to raise money for Haiti) and I imagine this is the kind of place you'd quite like to be on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
They do food, which looked yummy - not quite gastro pub but I reckon it's better than pub grub. Four pints of Doom Bar cost me £13 though which is quite pricey, isn't it. I don't care. I can't sing the praises of this pub enough.
Part of the "new East End" this was a traditional boozer that's now a Gastro-Pub. It does a very good job at being both actually.
I was there mid-afternoon on a Monday. The place was immaculate, a few friendly and helpful staff. The tables are a mixture of traditional pub, traditional kitchen (farmhouse), and few butcher's chopping boards - very trendy. Chairs are all comfy.
I recommend eating here - I counted 3 people working in the kitchen prepping dinner. I had a lunch of slow roasted pork and colcannon. It was yummy and excellent value (£7). If you are local pop in and relax.
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Used to be my local and popped in there again tonight. The restaurant was packed as usual but the hostess was happy to squeeze me in for a quick supper.
Great service, buzzing atmosphere, and really good chips! The bar menu is delicious and it's worth heading there for the Sunday roast - but you have to go early, as they don't take bookings for lunch and do tend to sell out. The only shame is that I don't think they do their legendary dessert platters any more..
Bit of a funny vibe - it’s trendy but for a kind of balding-mid-30s crowd. The place itself is faultless interior, and the food is spectacular (if expensive). Beer is also good, and as an ale drinker, they clearly treat the barrels properly. Packed in the summer as people spill out onto the streets.
One of a better pub near Mile End Tube station. This has become one of our usual hang out place after work… great pub… great atmosphere. Usually the crowd are really pleasant too… and drinks are relatively cheap… ideal place for casual drinks… there are tables and chair outside for smokers and sunshine when the weather is good.
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