Offering a traditional menu and a prized list of Fuller's cask ales, Antelope is a trusty pub in the heart of London. The 'Best of British' menu comprises daily specials, pub classics, homemade bar snacks and tempting desserts. The impressive Fuller's cellar is showcased at the bar, with fine world wines, carefully-selected beers and guest ales all on offer.
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22-24 Eaton TerraceChelseaLondonSW1W 8EZ
- +44 (0)20 7824 8512
- Public transport:
- Sloane Square, Underground
The only plus is maybe that it's a real English pub in Chelsea that doesn't have a lot of them left. Apart from it, I didn't like so much the atmosphere, the service, the beer selection, the prices - are all ok but nothing to write home about. Apart from it, all the tables were 'reserved' - so we had to stand.more
The pub is quite standard in terms of interior design so don't expect some modern art or hung deer heads inside. It's all wooden and quite comfy I might say. Despite the smallish, crammed tables you're in for an excellent experience and a set of delicious meals. I went in with two friends and we all started off with the soup of the day which came with some crunchy bread. All was good there and...more
I came here with work colleagues after our Christmas night out. We reserved the little snook area, which was nice and intimate, and we had a nice evening.
I'm not sure i would necessarily seek this place out, but it did have a nice, buzzing atmosphere and clean bathrooms (always important!), and I would definitely consider it as an option if I was in the area. It's not life changing, but it's...more
My friend and I stumbled upon this little pub tucked away a couple of streets away from Sloane Square earlier today when we were escaping the Jubilee madness for a while.
The service and ambience was nice and friendly and not at all as Sloane Ranger and Hooray Henry as I would've expected for the area. We both had a pint of cider but it was a tad expensive totalling over 8 shiny pounds for...more
I'm not a huge fan of Fuller's pubs. I like their range of drinks (although they would benefit from having a guest beer to offer a little variety) but I find that most of their pubs are devoid of charm of any kind. I'm not sure quite how they manage it. This pub is another example of this.
This is an old pub too so it should have more charm to it. It dates back a couple of hundred years in...more