Welcome to Fox and Goose

What’s on tonight!
Today's Events : Every Tuesday Steak Night We love Tuesday nights because its all about MEAT, we also like to mix up our options so you can find everything from beef, turkey, gammon and even fish. The menu is changed every week so drop in and see what's on offer today.     

London Pubs and Bars - Fox and Goose, Ealing W5 1DP - Detail


Hangar Lane
W5 1DP

Monday: 11.00 - 23.00
Tuesday: 11.00 - 23.00
Wednesday: 11.00 - 23.00
Thursday: 11.00 - 23.00
Friday: 11.00 - 24.00
Saturday: 11.00 - 24.00
Sunday: 11.00 - 22.30
Fuller Smith and Turner
Venue Style : Public House, Restaurant & Hotel
Venue Capacity : 300
Nearest Rail : Alperton, Ealing Broadway
Nearest Tube : Hangar Lane, Central Line
Local Buses : 83
Description : Large Public House with comfortable seating and award winning beer garden serving Fullers ales and premium european beers. Always something going on from Barbecues, Quiz Nights and Theme Evenings with Entertainment. Two large Plasma screens showing all sports including Sky..

Bar Menu served all day and Al La Carte Menu in the pretty restaurant in the evenings. Daily Specials on blackboards. Very friendly bar and restaurant staff always there for a chat or a sympathetic ear!

Hotel has 73 bedrooms, all fully air- conditioned, tea and coffee making facilities and all mod-cons to ensure a comfortable nights rest. We now have 30 superior rooms with king size bed, power shower, fridge, safe and complimentary mineral water and toiletries.

The secure car park is free to all patrons.

Alfresco dining in the summer. Roaring log fires in the winter.

A locals favourite.

*Air Conditioned Accommodation
*Large Public House
*Fullers Award winning Ales
*Premium Lagers and Spirits
*Bar Menu served all day
*Al La Carte Menu
*Sunday Roasts served
*Set Price Menus
*Free Secure Car Park
*Theme Nights and Events
* Quiz Nights
*Barbecues in our Garden
*Award winning Beer Garden
*Function Room available
*Open Log Fires
*2 Plasma Screens
*Sky Sports shown

Webpage last updated on Thursday, 26th September 2013