As a Taylor Walker pub, we are proud to offer freshly prepared British pub food and high quality drinks. With experienced and friendly staff, we will serve you in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. We welcome patrons from all over the world to enjoy our fine English Real Ales in the cosy pewter bar (one of the last of its kind) and to dine in our quaint restaurant.
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Venue Details & Map
18 Wilton RowBelgrave SquareLondonSW1X 7NR
- +44 (0)20 7235 3074
- Public transport:
- Hyde Park Corner, Underground
This is one of my favorite spots in London. We had the minted lamb pie and the fish and chips...with a couple pints. The lamb was amazing. The fish and chips were good, but the lamb completely outshone the fish. If you see a crowd spilling out into the street, don't assume all of the dining tables are taken as they seem to draw a solid after work crowd that stops by for a pint or wine or...more
This pub is spot on perfect! Tucked away in a beautiful little street, it's the best place for a refreshing pint, delicious pub food, and a friendly vibe!
I wandered in hungry for dinner and they squeezed me in, in-between reservations.
I had the pie of the day (chicken, bacon, veggies), with sweet potato fries and peas. OMG everything was so good! The pie was piping hot, the pastry was...more
This is a jewel! I almost don't want to talk about it, because otherwise you'll go too! Beckham's, Angelina Jolie and Co. can't be wrong... The owner shakes her hand when she came to the kitchen to say her Thanks!
Get the meat pie of the day! Amazing! Veggies on the side- not inside- so actually packed with delicious, tender meat! Secret find! Don't tell anyone!
Ah and for those that read...more
Do you want to wow your entourage with an awesome secret pub around Hyde Park Corner?
Yes, I am sure you do. We all do.
The Grenadier is hidden at the back of an alley, you can access it through a tiny door, or a private road. But the locals know it, and a few tourists as well - because this place is awesome.
A very typical, cosy and homey pub with really nice food and nice atmosphere.
Hard to find and well worth it.
The Grenadier, tucked down the alley, is a small pub, typical of what you would expect. The best part is the fact that it's no on the High Street so unless you know it's there, you would not stumble upon it, keeping it local. With dark woods and small tables, this is a pub that time has forgotten.
The food is on par with the rest of your experience and pairs...more