About The Crabtree

"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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Prices and Opening Times

£26 to £40

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Venue Details & Map

Rainville Road
W6 9HA
Public transport:
Hammersmith, Underground
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Yelp Reviews

3 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Crabtree

2.0 out of 5 31 March 2014
by Dan B.

The wait staff is terrible unless you are in the bar. We went back to (I guess) the restaurant part of the Crabtree and waited. We were hungry and tired of traveling and just wanted to eat. Three other couple got up and left the wait was so long. The wait staff was focused on the bar crowd and their orders. The food was fair. The atmosphere loud. Would not recommend.more

5.0 out of 5 6 October 2013
by Ariane V.

The Crabtree est un bar plein de charme, juste au bord de la Tamise.

Idéal pour boire un bon Pimm's en regardant le soleil se coucher depuis les tables à l'extérieur, par une belle journée.

Dans la cour intérieure vous pouvez accrocher vos "souhaits" à un arbre, petite touche poétique du lieu :)

J'ai beaucoup fréquenté cet endroit l'été, et l'ambiance est toujours sympa et conviviale.


4.0 out of 5 7 August 2013
by Niel K.

Very nostalgic about the C-Tree. Lived in H & F area for nigh on ten years back in the day, so returning on business was a blast from the past. Crabtree has a fantastic location along the Thames, in fact one of my favourite pub crawls starts here and ends near the black lion - quite a session.

Great selection of beers and ales, sweet beer garden and a dining room which was introduced since my...more

3.0 out of 5 14 November 2011
by Lauren V.

This place was a good, low-key spot for end-of-the-week pints on a Friday night. Classic pub style with a slightly classier uptick. Expansive outdoor seating with heat lamps for a few tables.

I'm flummoxed by the dinner offerings that start at £16 and include sea bass and toasted goat cheese that appear out of the kitchen in the typical towering, one-ingredient-stacked-on-the-other...more

4.0 out of 5 13 July 2010
by Nassim K.

Watched the World Cup Final here over the weekend & had a lovely time. Enjoyed the evening with a glass of pinot grigio on the pub's large (and I mean large) outdoor patio along the river.

The very large with plenty of room outdoors to sit with friends and enjoy food/drinks. As I only had drinks, I cannot comment on the food, but it looked yummy as it went by being served to other...more

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