This pub is not closed: rather, it's been refurbished.
I was drawn to this place because of the large space within and the stylish wooden interior. Sadly, they haven't used much to house draft ales, with just two on tap when I was there. Their choice of lagers is equally unimaginative, comprising the usual ones you'd expect to find. I only tried the chips, which were okay. They were also...more
I recently had a bar meal here with a colleague. The service, decore, ambience etc was fine.
The food was a bit disappointing , the french fries that came with my meal look as though they had been cooked yesterday and reheated today.more
What a great pub [note to reader - not just the beer talking].
Just back from many pints of guinness and a (qype voucher special) dinner with three mates from work. The bread and olives were good, but the cote de boef was stunning, just melt in the mouth crispy on the outside and nearly bleu in the middle.
Good decor, enough bits to feel homely, not crowded, not sparse, just right....more
Is closed now. We're crushed really. Where am I going to get my Sinapore Slings and hubbs his Dark and Stormy now?! The only joint in our neighborhood that observed happy hour 7 days a week. Nevermind the world-changing Yum Nuea (spicy Thai steak salad). Luckily, we've found and mastered our own Yum Nuea recipe and have declared this the year of the Thai reicpe-wise. Your legacy lives on Hand...more
Too close to Chelsea Football ground, so choose when you go - i.e. don't go for a romantic dinner early evening on a Saturday when Chelsea are playing at home.
Obviously a former pub this restaurant has been converted well and has a wonderful dining area (I bet the Chelsea fans hate the fact they have lost a boozer). Palm trees adorn the interior and there is a lovely little garden out the...more