"The Crabtree, with its spectacular position downstream from The River Cafe, has a huge sprawling garden, a glazed colonnade and frontage on to the Thames shaded by a weeping willow. The prawns in chilli hot oil and the toast spread with tomatoes and onions were good, so much so we ordered them again when we returned for Sunday lunch. Sunday roasts with 'all the trimming's' - we tried beef and pork - had everything a Sunday roast should have. Somewhere rather spiffing to go' (Fay Machsler, Evening Standard)
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Rainville RoadHammersmithLondonW6 9HA
Amazing hidden place in London!
The garden was really nice and they have good beers! Love this place!more
Haloumi & mushroom burger is AMAZING!! We went back a week later to have it again. It is procey but well worth it £15 ($30aud) for a burger & fries... Beers are pretty reasonably proces & the Camden Hells Lager is perfect on a balmy sunny eve. It gets pretty packed so we suggest ro head early or at off peak hour times to get a table.more
We decided on the Crabtree after feeling in the mood for a meal along the River and after checking out a post on Timeout for riverside meals in London settled on this location. To begin the meal we felt in the mood for some sangria being on the river but as they did not have any so we ended up with a jug of Pimms (£19) instead. With drinks sorted we set about checking out the menu and ended up...more
Huge burgers!!!! Double deckers! The cheeseburger I had was not very good. It needed some flavoring and salt for sure.
The ambiance at this place is great. There's a lot of outdoor seating and plenty of indoor seating as well.
The staff were really helpful.more
Went for dinner, and it was a lovely little place with an okay range of food.
I ordered the prawn and crab salad for starter, then pork belly for main. Both were good, though slightly lacking in flavour. For instance, the pork belly came in healthy portions, but I wished there had been more sauce and the meat, less chewy. Having said that, it's a fine job for a pub of sort.
I quite liked...more