The Duke of Clarence serves gastro pub food at lunchtime and during the evening and has a good wine list, many of which are served by the glass. A sister of the Builder's Arms on Britten Street in Chelsea, the decor is much the same. With many windows, this is a bright and airy pub, with comfortable sofas to sit in as well as many tables and chairs.
148 Old Brompton Road, Earl's Court, London, SW5 0BE
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+44 (0)20 7373 1285
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The Duke Of Clarence
148 Old Brompton RoadEarl's CourtLondonSW5 0BE
- +44 (0)20 7373 1285
- Public transport:
- Gloucester Road, Underground
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This is the sort of pub you'd love to have for your local. And you might even put on your list for when you're in Earl's Court, which isn't often.
You could almost call it a clean, well-lit place to drink. Windows all round lend a friendly atmosphere, and an excellent selection of ales (Tribute, Doom Bar, and... oh, something else which I've forgotten) Aspall cider on draught. The food looked...more
Prior to moving to London I tended to stereotype pubs: old carpet, old bar, old men. Now I understand that those pubs are but a subsection of the broader pub community and the Duke of Clarence is definitely a very distant cousin, if related at all.
The Duke of Clarence is an upscale classy joint. How can you tell? Well, for one thing the special last night was a carefully prepared steak...more
Decent pub. Looks nicer than it feels, if that makes sense. I found the staff very rushed and not particularly attentive. It was crowded (and this was on a Wednesday or some not particularly exciting night) and the clientele was a little too snobbish for me. I prefer the Drayton over the road a hundred times over, but that's just me.more
This was our hang out in London...our home away from home. Such a laid back environment with such a friendly and welcoming staff. Great traditional English dishes such as Shepard's Pie and bread pudding (although we all know England is not exactly known for it's great cuisine). But none the less, if you want to unwind at a unpretentious, neighborhood pub with some good old comfort food and...more
I enjoy the Duke of Clarence. It's a pub with good food, nice servers and a warm atmosphere. You are able to run a tab at the bar which is convenient. The food is a little overpriced but worth it. Their burger is great, served on the side - skinny fries, mustard, ketchup and three chutney options. They tend to cook towards the rarer side so keep in mind when you order the how you like it...more