Formerly The Front Page, The Pig's Ear is a popular pub in Chelsea with a separate dining room serving food at lunch and in the evening.
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Venue Details & Map
The Pig's Ear
35 Old Church StreetChelseaLondonSW3 5BS
- +44 (0)20 7352 2908
- Public transport:
- South Kensington, Underground
This is in an out of the way part of Chelsea, with the Albert Bridge at one end of the street and the Kings Road at the other. It's a relaxed sort of place with a good selection of beers, friendly staff and what looks like tasty food. Recommended if you are in the area. If you can call this your local-wow! You're rich!!more
The Pig's Ear is a French brasserie - bar and restaurant. The restaurant is elegant and inviting but I always prefer the bar - it just fits. With its own Pig's Ear beer and its warm comfortable bar area its a great place to settle in and wait out some bad weather.more
I would love to give this place a 5 star rating but I don't know if it's everyone's cup of tea. My bf and I were wandering the streets of Chelsea and happened upon the Pig's Ear and to my surprise it was perfect for me. The neighborhood feel is great and there were even a few puppies wandering around. Originally we were only stopping for a drink but decided to have the pork board. This was...more
The pigs ear is a great place to go for some tasty grub. The restaurant upsatirs serves good food and the pub downstairs is nice for a beer or two.
It's a while since I visited here, but I remember it being good. I worked close by and regularly came in for drinks. The pub is by far the best in the area and a great place to have a few winter drinks. I've dined here a few times and the food is...more
Similar approach to The Cross Keys, they are actually quite near to one another. However, I think the Pig's Ear is smaller and more laid back gastro-pub. This does not take away from the fact that their food is also phenomenal!
You have two choices here; you can dine in the bar area (less comfortable, but with the crowd) or dine in the restaurant part (downstairs or upstairs) where it is...more