This pub was editorially chosen for inclusion by Londonist.
Teddington's most famous pub is also its largest. The beer garden alone is about 8,000 times more capacious than a typical central London pub. The table numbers approach 200. Not that you'll be pushed for space inside, either. The building sprawls into a number of different areas, including a sizeable conservatory at the back, with tables for all group sizes. The place even has its own mooring pier.
Come here on a Sunday and you'll find dozens of families tucking into a hearty roast. An upstairs room provides overspill, or a neatly sized hire space. Service is aided by a separate outside bar (alas, only stocking one ale), and a food shack. The usual range of Fuller's ales are available inside.
Quiz night is Tuesday.