An eclectic British pub, The Boathouse offers a modern British menu, showcasing the best in seasonal produce. Hearty mains and wholesome weekend brunches are bolstered by a menu of old school desserts, while the bar at The Boathouse offers the stock of real ales Young's pubs have become famous for. Chunky wood tables and a spirit and pump-lined bar make this a popular spot for relaxed and informal all-day dining.
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Venue Details & Map
32 Brewhouse Lane
West HillLondonSW15 2JX
- +44 (0)20 8789 0476
- Public transport:
- East Putney, Underground
In fairness I would give this place a 3.5*. My boyfriend and I had walked past this place on a walk along the Thames on a sunny day a few weeks ago. Knowing that there were a few pubs in this "plaza" area, we decided to come back yesterday for a pint of cider and a spot of lunch. We opted for the Boathouse because the,food menu sounded good and we spotted a roof terrace and let's be honest,...more
Unwelcoming, rude, will never go back.
Wifi is poor, went in to do a bit of holiday research and the first stumbling block and mission impossible was please may we have two coffees? To which we got a gormless look of confusion and despair.
Forget about service... And don't even get me started on the shezlong... What's the point in having it if you don't want me to 'style out' on it?
If you go with other people, don't expect your food to arrive at the same time. Everyone on my table's food arrived at different times. They had all eaten their food and my food still hadn't come even though I waited over an hour. I asked where my food was, it turns out they had given it to someone else. I complained and the manager's only response was 'I told you it was going to be an hour'....more
The fish here is absolutely divine, but they also serve a few meat dishes. They do specials too, and roast lunches. It's also really nice to come when the weather is good as they have an outside area upstairs and downstairs where you can eat and drink. But pricy but good.more
This place didn't blow me away like I thought it might. Like others have said, it's a great location when the weather is right but it's pretty much the same as all the other vanilla riverside pubs lining the Thames.
Prices are typical Youngs prices and the food does seem overly priced, especially the 12/13 quid they're asking for to have a basic enough burger and chips.
Table service was...more