The Pembroke

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The Pembroke . Located within a five minute walk to or from the Earls Court Exhibition Centre. The Pembroke features a 48 cover dining room to the rear, a beautiful roof terrace and a stunning lounge bar upstairs.

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261 Old Brompton Road, Kensington, London, SW5 9JA

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The Pembroke

Address
261 Old Brompton Road
Kensington
London
SW5 9JA
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West Brompton, Underground

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3 out of 5 based on 18 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Pembroke

3.0 out of 5 7 April 2014
by Jason E.

OK, it's a huge place and service totally depends on how busy it is. The upstairs is huge and with only one person working the tiny bar, waiting for service feels like waiting for an ice age. It's quite Bohemian, bare brick in places, mixed crowd as you would expect from the area, and really this place could be very good or very bad depending on the service situation. The first time I went...more

4.0 out of 5 30 January 2011
by Ellie P.

Go here for dinner -- when you want something great but not overly pricey or fussy. This is a local pub for people who love to eat -- gastropub for sure. Every time I go here, the food is excellent. I think I've been there about 6 times now, and the consistency is impressive.

It's got that London decor of the moment, with big chandeliers, patterned wallpaper, and the right combination of...more

5.0 out of 5 7 December 2010
by Sandy W.

I'm not really a pub girl, but this is certainly one of the nicer pubs. Decor, ambiance, seating, patrons -- all comfortable and pleasant. Plus, it's convenient and a short walk for me.

Can't recall what I've eaten here but it's always been quite good. Love their Winter Pimm's! And last time I was there, someone had brought in their adorable, sweet pugs... and I ADORE pugs! Winter Pimms and...more

3.0 out of 5 23 November 2010
by Zoe K.

The atmosphere is quite charming and feels like a standard slightly upscale gastro pub. I particularly like the oversized booths--I could imagine 8 people sliding in to each booth... 6 if they're burly rugby players. The impressive chandelier seems to be made of glassware... and give off happy and relaxing light.

They have a nice selection of wine with options from both the "old" and new...more

3.0 out of 5 27 January 2009
by David J.

The Pembroke, formerly known as The Coleherne, was for many years one of the most famous gay pubs in the country. It was purchased by Realpubs towards the end of 2008, since when it has undergone a major refurbishment and been re-branded as a 'gastro pub'.

The interior has been redecorated in a mixture of dark browns, golds and creams, with loud 'feature wallpaper', old leather sofas and...more