Nestled on the edge of Wimbledon Common, the 18th-century Fox and Grapes pub offers a regularly changing à la carte menu of local and seasonal produce, including some ingredients foraged straight from Wimbledon Common. The menu is overseen by two-Michelin-starred chef Claude Bosi.
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The Fox and Grapes
9 Camp RoadWimbledon VillageLondonSW19 4UN
- Public transport:
- Wimbledon, Underground
Very poor steak. It looked like it had been frozen. I ordered a ribeye and asked for it medium to rare. When I came it was solid, quite synthetic with no juice or flavour. I sent it back and the waiter took if off the bill but told me the chef said it was ok. I had a steak the following night at Bradserie Blanc in Covent Garden. Same price £30. What a difference. I don't mind if a restaurant...more
Um.....is there another way to say, "over-rated"?
Service - a nightmare. The woman who waited on our table looked at me square in the eyes and continued on her little walk to the kitchen. It took ages to order anything and then ages still to get the bill.
Decor - a brightly lit pub. No more creativity than that.
Food - I had the tagliatelle with Cod. A terrible combination. Also tried...more
Wimbledon has lost a great pub to an overpriced, uninspiring menu. Served up by moody foreign exchange students. To cap it all, the manager doesn't realise that service charge is at the customers discretion - nice touch. Avoid.more
Visited early on a Sat night 6pm with party of 5. First impressions were good as what appears to be a no expense spared refurb impressed us all. This was however short lived...
Being the only dinners in the place and with what can only be described a small army of staff one would expect perfect service... We were seated and given menus promptly but were not offered drinks and had to call...more
Being a Westcountry boy at heart, I don't normally expect to find pubs like these in London. When I do, I rarely want to leave them.
Situated on the edge of Wimbledon Common, and a few hundred yards away from Wimbledon Village high street, it looks like the kind of place you'd find on a winding Devon country road, and it feels just like one two.
It's very traditional and wooden inside,...more