The Hampshire hog provides a relaxed, informal dining experience within the unique and charming interior of a traditional British pub. The Hog champions well sourced, seasonal British produce. This is showcased on the regularly changing a la carte menus and as take away items from the bar. Regularly changing breakfast, lunch and menus entice local residents and workers. Whether to eat in, take home or back to the office, there's something for everyone at any time of day.<br /><br />A superb selection of Organic, Bio-dynamic and Natural wines; boutique spirits; excellent beer and real ales; imaginative soft drinks; Rare Tea Company tea and coffee from Caravan on Exmouth Market complement the food perfectly, and provide drinkers with reliable or interesting choices.<br />
£26 to £40
This won't be my best review as I was a bit tipsy when I arrived and they convinced me to get my own carafe of wine (which was really nice wine by the way). I ended up going for a couple of starters for my main and if I recall they both were good (I think an asparagus/egg dish and a smoked trout dish. Both were good.
We were the last to leave and a mouse had come through and ran about the...more
I really like this place but the service is unusually slow. I have been here a few times for lunch and for breakfast and even though the restaurant did not seem to have many customers, the food took at least 30 minutes to get out. The last time we went we just ordered the porridge and the huevos rancheros and it still took 30 minutes.The lunch items were tastier than their breakfast...more
Best cocktails in Hammersmith area for sure! I love taking visitors to London here or close friends for a tête à tête amoureux. After a few drinks, the love is flowin in this place ... one downside is the kitchen can be a little 'too cool for school' attitude and a green salad means a few leaves chucked in a bowl ... so a tip is to be specific with requests if you want something more generous...more
This gastro pub has a really great aesthetic, it's nice and bright inside (so far as pubs go!) and has a large and well furnished beer garden. Service was very attentive and patient (we were a large and fussy group). Food was mixed, some members of my party raved about it, whilst others weren't so happy. I have coeliac disease, and wasn't particularly impressed with the gluten free offering -...more
didn't dislike the Hampshire Hog, well, not much. But I certainly didn't like it enough to venture back, at least not without very good reason. There for a business meeting on the recommendation of a couple of locals, I'd had a fleeting thought that I'd found a new local gem.
The decor manages to channel Jamie Oliver and Laura Ashley at the same time, but the shabby chic rustic air of a...more