Our range of drinks includes cask ale and an extensive wine list as well as a great range of soft drinks and coffees.
Our pub food is freshly prepared and includes all your British favourites.
We are delighted to welcome you at Taylor Walker and assure you of friendly service in a relaxing British pub with a welcoming atmosphere.
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Earls Court Tavern
123 Earls Court RoadEarls CourtLondonSW5 9RL
- +44 (0)20 7370 2760
- Public transport:
- Earl's Court, Underground
I'm pretty sure this is the equivalent of going to TGI Fridays back in the states. Chain owned establishment. Loud, obnoxious pop music playing through the place. It has veggie fish and chips on the menu, which is cool, but my fries seemed stale and my peas were cold. Meh.more
While traveling in London we stayed at a hotel down the street from this tavern. After sleeping all day and trying to adjust to the jet lag we woke up in the middle of the night and were craving food!
This was a great choice that we made, the food here was so good. I loved the Fish & Chips. It came with everything!
The bar had a huge range of ciders to try. I started bouncing between different...more
So pretty much your traditional English pub. Nothing too special but nothing bad. Good Beer and cider selection, basic fish n chips, and always some kind of Soccer (football) game or highlights on. I also went their for breakfast and even though the food was just like every other English pub breakfast, I must say the staff was a lot friendlier than most English pubs, especially typical night...more
This was a nice pub. I went with a few co-workers. The food and atmosphere was nice. I think it's a typical London Pub. I ordered sausage and mash. Which is sausage and mash potatoes with gravy and bits of onion. It was good the sausage was lacking a bit of flavor for me but the gravy and onions really made up for it. I loved the onions in the gravy sweet and perfect. The mash potatoes were...more
During our stay in London, we stayed at the Kensington Court Hotel in Earl's Court. As soon as we landed and checked into the hotel, our first stop was Earls Court Tavern.
We JUST got to London so we were all excited to be at an English Pub. The interior was just perfect to set the mood for our arrival. Since it was a Thursday morning around 11am, there were hardly anyone at the restaurant...more