Review: Tap On The Line, Kew

Nothing quite beats a cosy pub dinner right? Located next door to Kew Gardens tube station is thepub Tap On The Line. Looking a little bit like an old aunt's eccentric house, the pub is a mix match of interiors which only encourages to make it more charming. I love a pub that you can spend hours in and feel at home. Tap on The Line is one of those pubs.

We had just finished viewing the amazing Christmas at Kew and wanted somewhere quick for a bite to eat before starting our 90 minute journey home. So we only picked a main course. The location made this pub fantastic. The service wasn't the greatest - I think it took nearly 40 minutes for our food to arrive. But luckily the dinner made up for the slow service!

I opted for the goats cheese and roasted walnut tagliatelle. The goats cheese was little sparse but overall the pasta was delicious. The walnuts added much needed crunch and generous garlic sauce gave it something special. It wasn't too heavy but totally hit the spot.

My mum and nan opted for the sausage and mash with caramelised onion gravy and root vegetable crisps. The mash was out of this world! So rich and creamy, I may or may not have finished my nan's leftovers... The root vegetable crisps were a great extra and helped to add something a little bit different to a classic dish.

1 comment:

  1. I actually love running into places like these. They're so fun to be in and to photograph!


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