From light bar meals to the epic Sunday roast, The Pilot offers a varied menu, with something to cater for all tastes. The exceptional British dishes are perfectly complemented by a wide selection of beers, soft drinks and fine wines. Featured in The Good Pub Guide, The Pilot offers a homely interior filled with plush furnishings and an earthy, autumnal colour palette.
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I went to Pilot last night, its my friends local pub. The food was great, nice slightly modern atmosphere, but it never felt like they were trying to hard like so many places these days. I loved the bannanoffee trifle, I'm sure I'm spelling it wrong, but it was really tasty. Very friendly staff, I will be back I'm sure.more
I have had some amazing food here. My first meal in London was here and I had the fish and chips it also comes with really garlicy mushy peas. It was fantastic! The fish was so tasty and the breading was crisp. You could just tell it was really really fresh. I also had a really yummy cappuccino. Let me tell you this was just what the doctor ordered after a 9 hour flight with two small...more
This is a great little pub/restaurant. Family friendly staff with a good lager selection (poor real ale selection).
We have been in town for only a week and have eaten here twice.
Sausage & Mash with a red wine reduction.
Roast Lamb lunch. roast Lamb, roast potatoes, roast parsnips (nicely caramelized), carrots and a fresh pot of mint sauce...Deeeelicious!
It is rather...more
Choose carefully from the menu. It has delusions of gastronomic brilliance.
There are some great dishes like roasts, sausage & mash and fish & chips, but much of the menu sounds more promising but is over-priced and bland.
Nice place to hang out and read papers outside in the summer, or inside in winter.more