The Butcher's Hook is a friendly neighbourhood pub & restaurant, offering a modern take on rustic British & French cooking. A carefully and creatively selected wine list and wide range of beers accompany the daily changing lunch and dinner menus, and the blackboard menu features smaller dishes available at any time. Brunch is available at weekends and bank holidays, plus of course hearty roasts on a Sunday. The pub's communal high table is a great spot for socialising and can be booked for parties. There are also plenty of cosy corners for two, and big farmhouse-style tables for groups - perfect for a weekend lunch with friends and family.
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The Butchers Hook
477 Fulham RoadFulhamLondonSW6 1HL
First time in London, Europe
Went on a guided tour to several places in Europe and our hotel was located near the Butcher's Hook. My husband and I decided to eat dinner at this nice small gastropub. When we got in, we were invited by a nice intimate setting. It was open seating so we sat ourselves near a window in the back. Overall place was nice and clean.
When the waiter came to help us...more
Make sure you know when lunch is stopped serving...but they do have an all day menu so that is good! The fish and chips were good but the chips were a little lacking. I want to come bAck for more latermore
My first Scotch Egg was from this place and I have not been able to find one that quite compares to their Duck Scotch Egg!more
I stopped in here for a friend's birthday and was glad I did!
The menu is impressive, the servers helpful and polite, and the food great. What's keeping this from 5 stars? It's a bit pricy.
The servers were incredibly helpful--From suggesting beers to answering likely tiresome questions and even attempting to translate British to American English. I have absolutely no complaints here!...more
Being an ardent Chelsea fan for the past 40 plus years, it would only make sense I would need to visit the historic place where Chelsea was formed over a handshake at a pub called the Rising Sun 100 plus yrs ago. The building itself has wonderful clean lines, lots of white and natural wood's being blended together in a modern style. The couple of times we went, we popped in for a pint on the...more