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The Eagle pub offers a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits together with a menu of pub food. In fine weather there is outdoor seating in the garden. Entertainement includes Sky TV, background music, fruit and games machines.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

11:00 - 23:00

TUE

11:00 - 23:00

WED

11:00 - 23:00

THU

11:00 - 23:00

FRI

11:00 - 00:00

SAT

11:00 - 00:00

SUN

12:00 - 22:30

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The Eagle reviews



By Fiona A.

Sunday evening dinner at the eagle hmm not sure where to start! Waited 40 minutes for food to arrive, only to be told that our dishes were out of stock. So after a further 20 mins food arrives and boy did we wish it hadn't, our chips were definately frozen chips the steak resembled a Tesco value pack really not nice at all and certainly not worth £16 a plate! The staff were friendly enough, the garden very nice It's stylish inside ,drinks are nice if very over priced , would drink there but don't bother wasting your money ordering food when It's on the same level as the chicken shop next door we did go home and order dominoes pizza which I can wholly reccomend yummy! They saved the day thank you dominoes x


By John K.

The Eagle has finally landed, ignore the previous reviews. 2013 in brief, the food is great, attractive floor and bar staff, a designer interior and a beautiful summer garden. The staff are very experience and have worked in some of the top places in the world not to mention, The Wolsley, Ivy, Gordon Ramsey and the London Olympics. I enjoy watching all kinds of sporting events there.


By Frazer L.

I have to say it has dropped off slightly since it first opened but overall its a brilliant local pub. Staff have always been great, although the manager is a bot flaky at the moment. All in all I love this place.


By Lady B.

Went to the Eagle for a Sunday roast - we booked a table in the restaurant and were told we had to come at 3.30. When we arrived we were told the kitchen was closed but if we hurried up then we might be able to get something. Very rude staff, utterly dissapointing food. If you like being treated like a mug on your weekends, delivered bad undercooked food and charged a fortune by rude staff then this place is for you. If, like me, you prefer being treated like a human then don't go to The Eagle.


By A H.

i went to the Eagle last sunday for a roast, was really looking forward to it as reviews online were good. arrived and were seated, very hard to order food as the staff were constantly talking and oblivious to to customers. food arrived and was small, vegetables were very undercooked and there was no gravy, after asking and waiting 20 minutes the gravy arrived, and was given to us very rudely. its a nice looking pub, but terrible rude service and the food doesn't back it up either. real shame.


By Michelle C.

I drink in this pub with my boyfriend and friends once or twice a week since I moved to the area in January and I must say I'm surprised by the review by purdy. I agree it's not the cheapest but I've found all the staff to be very friendly and they've never been rude and the ambience is usually great and everyone's generally chilled.


By Bee B.

I've been drinking here since it's revamp from stinky dirty boozer to stuck up tarted up boozer. OK.... so the foods over priced. The beer garden in good weather waaaay too busy. The staff has gone from a few cool, funny ones to basically all rude horrible ones. In short I don't bother with The Eagle anymore. It's trying to be something it's not. Far better pubs in the area to spend my money in with much more enjoyable ambience's and friendlier staff... Oh and far, far, far cheaper drinks. See ya Eagle!


By R.

Last night is the first time I’ve visited this place since it’s refurbishment four months ago.

It’s still a classic boozer, yet it now has a modern twist with an eclectic mix of classic pub and contemporary furnishings. The stylish interior – in rich shades of green and brown – is kitted out in a combination of low-level sofas, upholstered armchairs and wooden stools, which create a soothing lounge feel, enhanced by soft spotlights and candles.

White leather banquettes – tastefully lit by shimmering glass chandeliers – and multi-coloured rugs are the ultimate in retro kitsch, topped off by the highly-coveted Space Invaders machine which must surely take pride of place alongside the pub’s stuffed Eagle.

The biggest difference I noticed about the pub however was its revamped terrace area at the rear – complete with magnificent cast iron railings and giant Victorian lanterns. Enclosed by original brickwork walls, the large garden boasts flowerbeds and a mixture of mature trees, while strings of fairy lights, coloured lamps and candles lend real atmosphere.

Finally, the food is worth noting. The open-plan kitchen serves a variety of great dishes. I ordered the light Red Mullet with Sun-dried Tomatoes, Pesto and Parmesan on Roast Vegetables, washed down with a pint of Erdinger – simply fantastic!



By V.

The Eagle has a lovely outdoor garden for a summer's evening. Hopelessly short staffed though and out of stock of half of their menu. Long waits at the bar and the food was disappointing. Nice venue but they are letting themselves down badly on service and standards.


By A.

Fantastic venue for good outdoor pubbing. stunning large garden - short staffed on a Tuesday evening visit meant not such great food and a long wait at the bar to get served. Child friendly / rugs supplied to sit on grass. Dark decor inside - basic yet effective. It works - try it.


By Emma H.

A warm and cosy gastro pub a little off the beaten track, but well worth the journey for the amazing pub grub.

The Venue
The Eagle is either a 10-minute stroll from Ravenscourt Park tube, or a 5-minute bus journey from Goldhawk Road and Shepherd’s Bush stations. The pub is a great mix of homely traditional surroundings with a contemporary feel, meaning those who hail from the countryside will feel at home here. The main room is a large, comfortable space with an open fire, plenty of sofas and seating space around the bar. The dining area is also large with an open kitchen being the focus of the room. Giant utensils, hanging lampshades and romantic paintings make up the décor. It has the feeling of a 1940s kitchen, with classic books filling up traditional bookshelves. To the rear is a big beer garden, which is popular in the summer.

The Atmosphere
The pub attracts a large number of locals of all ages from the vicinity. There’s a diverse mix of nationalities but no worry of too much tourist traffic in the area. The dining room is separated from the main pub by a dividing wall, concealing the big flat screen TV mounted on the wall in the pub - those hoping to avoid all major sports events while they dine out will be satisfied.

The Food
Gastro pub food can often be disappointing but The Eagle doesn’t fail to deliver. To begin with, the menu is eclectic, full of exciting dishes to try. The terrine starter (£6.95) is a mix of chicken, duck, bacon and black pudding. Served with crusty bread, salad and sweet, tasty chutney it is a treat for any pate lover; the black pudding is mellowed by the meats so you only get a hint of its earthiness. If you fancy something lighter, the salad is a good choice, with a balance of ingredients such as pear, rocket, walnut and Stilton.

Along with mains such as handmade Angus beef burger (£10.95), beer battered cod fillet (£11.50) and parmesan chicken breast (£11.50), there are weekly specials. The leg of lamb is refined with a delicate flavour and the rump steak is a thick piece of succulent meat. Both dishes are excellent and come with the choice of skinny fries, chive mash or wedges and a choice of peppercorn sauce or smoky tomato salsa. Both meats are also served with sweet cherry tomatoes to help with your five-a-day. Portions are generous, presentation is great and the food surpasses expectations.

If you have room, the dessert menu is also mouthwatering and worth exploring. The chocolate and cinnamon bread and butter pudding (£3.50) is airy and delicious, while the chocolate brownie (£3.50) is cooked to perfection, moist and gooey in the middle.

The Drink
The Eagle has a selection of real ales on tap and has recently added Estrella to the draught list. The wine list is also fairly long with Bordeaux, Pinot Noir, Chenin Blanc and Merlot bottles available, to name just a few. The Rose Pinot Grigio is a good choice for its dry and rustic qualities.

The Last Word
A solid local pub that exceeds expectations. Food and service are excellent, as is the atmosphere.

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