The Anglesea Arms is thought to be where The Great Train Robbery, one of the most talked about heists of the 20th century, was plotted.
Today, it's famous for exciting daily menus made with fresh seasonal produce, its range of wines and Real Ales and cosy atmosphere.
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The Anglesea Arms
35 Wingate RoadHammersmithLondonW6 0UR
- +44 (0)20 8749 1291
- Public transport:
- Ravenscourt Park, Underground
We went here for our company Christmas lunch and what a good find this was. I work in Shepherd's Bush so it's hard to find something nice around, but this gastropub is great!
There's a warm fireplace and beautiful old wooden decor, and the staff were all so lovely. We had to move tables because more people came than my original booking and they were super nice about it, even though we knew...more
The Anglesea is back!!!
Where's it been I hear you ask? Well maybe you aren't asking but the Brackenbury Village locals have been up in arms since it closed suddenly, this absolute stalwart, one of the original London Gastro pubs.
Well, it went, briefly, and the rumours were rife. They were renovating, then they were bankrupt, then they were being had up for trying to assassinate the queen....more
Always have a good meal at this pub no matter what time of year. Their Sunday Lunch is also very good. Wine selection impressive for a small pubmore
I haven't tried the food here, so the gastro pub label really doesn't make sense to me. I love this place, it's homely, worn in and wonderful. The bar staff are always friendly and they have a great selection of drinks. With it's own resident cat (be careful about stroking it, it's not always friendly so you may get a scratch). A really relaxed pub which is a firm local for me.more
Located smack in the middle of a relatively posh West London residential area, this pub offers a good selection of upmarket beers, drink, and especially food.
The most alluring thing about this pub is the food. I have often passed in front of the pub and inhaled the most wonderful aromas that seep through the kitchen windows. I must admit that I have sometimes even lingered outside the...more