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
- Public transport:
- West Brompton, Underground
I like this pub for a number of different reasons, to start with downstairs it has a decent selection of UK and American beer served on hand pumps and in bottles from a large bar which helps the staff interact with customers and gives plenty of space to sit at the bar without feeling squashed. The bar staff seemed knowledgeable about the beer on offer.
This pub also has lots of comfortable...more
This pub can be hit or miss. Sometimes (mainly when its quieter) it is really lovely and some nice cocktails are made. In the summer its nice to sit outside on their outside terrace. When this place is packed, it is miserable. The pub itself has great ambiance, and two large chandeliers which is always fun. Bathrooms are decently clean and not too tiny. My one pet peeve about this place is...more
After evening out rum tasting you may think the last place to visit is a pub but we found this pub as we walked past West Brompton station in search for a tipple and snack!
As you walk in, there is a center bar with high tables and stools along the walls. There is further seating areas upstairs and behind the bar there is a restaurant. The huge plus about the Pembroke is you are able to order...more
The Pembroke is a good friend of mine's local, and since he has a broken foot right now, I've been to here a fair amount recently! When it comes to pubs, The Pembroke is pretty big. You'll find a fancy restaurant area in the back that fitting for the area it's in, and in the front are a number of tables, a couple of TVs and a big 270 degree bar with the usual beers and a few specials on tap...more
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