It was a cold evening when we stepped into The Bridge and the warmth of the hotel was a welcome shelter.

getwestlondon had ventured to the Zone 4 spot, a short walk from Greenford station, to see what the hotel had to offer diners.

The handsome exterior was equally matched by the immaculate finish inside as we stepped in and were warmly greeted before being shown our table.

It can be quite the challenge finding hearty pub food in London, often dominated by food trends or slick, themed restaurants.

But The Bridge is just what you want when you're looking to be comforted.

We accepted their choices of wine to match our mains from the seasonal menu.

Delicious slab of brie on mushrooms

Starters were garlic mushrooms served with brie on ciabatta, a generous amount of helpings of an excellent cheese and vegetable match.

The well presented squid was another starter which got the full five stars from getwestlondon, delicately placed on a bed of fresh salad.

Our reporter tucked into squid to start

A short time later, the mains arrived and there was a mutual murmur of approval with the first bite of each.

The ingredients tasted fresh in the veggie stack burger, roast peppers, mashed avocado, a flat mushroom & oozing goats cheese.

And what a stack it was. A necessary food break was taken to factor in the hugely generous portions, coupled with crisp thick chips.

The veggie stack burger ticked all the boxes

My colleague tells me the sirloin steak is equally impressive, sumptuous, cooked to her taste as requested.

She finished the large helping slowly before saying she couldn't possibly have another course - until she spotted a chocolate-y pudding.

One chocolate dessert and a sticky toffee pudding later and we admitted we had eaten far too much.

Three courses at The Bridge were no mean feat, but this was wholesome pub food we couldn't resist.

The cosy pub has everything you're looking for in the quintessentially British pub you see in movies.

The sirloin steak came with salad, thick cut chips and onion rings

Huge rugs covered dark polished wood floors and inviting armchairs lay in wait.

After a sleep-inducing, satisfying meal, we prepared ourselves for the cold again after an evening of being enveloped in sheer food and drink heaven.

getwestlondon give The Bridge five stars.


Squid: £7.70

Garlic mushrooms £5.80


Sirloin steak: £24.50

Veggie stack burger: £8.80


Chocolate dessert £5.50

Sticky toffee pudding £5.50

You can even set it to receive push notifications for all the breaking news in your area.

Available to download from the App Store or Google Play for Android now!