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
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
I love this place. Their steak tartare is the best in London, and I love the atmosphere in the first floor restaurant - it's almost like dining at home (without the hassle of cooking, washing up, etc etc ).
Not the cheapest of places, but again, a real treat! You never come out feeling like you've been ripped ott!
Take earplugs on a Friday night (if the sound of braying sloanes hurts your...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