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 20 8749 1291
My favourite pub in the neighbourhood! Gorgeous little pub, tucked away between ravenscourt park and Hammersmith. Beautiful dark wood interior with fresh flowers, and a fireplace. You can eat at any of the tables but there is a separate area to reserve tables in the dining room. There is also a small outside area with about 5 tables, which is my favourite area but just get there early because...more
The Angelsea Arms is an adorable, cosy and quintessentially British pub located at the end of a beautiful street in between Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush. The street is lined with rainbow colored houses similar to those in Notting Hill, making the walk to the pub bright and cheery. The food is amazing and the staff are very friendly. I had an amazing pumpkin risotto which was phenomenal. It...more
This place provides one of the best service in London, the food was good . I enjoy dinning in the bar area and chat with the bar guys. Personally I like thier Sunday lunch supply and the wine selection.more
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