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The Queen Adelaide
35 Putney Bridge RoadWandsworthLondonSW18 1NP
- +44 (0)20 8874 1695
- Public transport:
- East Putney, Underground
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Places like Queen Adelaide is one of the places where I know NY can't replicate. It's such a cozy and friendly pub, you really feel like you've stepped into someone's home because most of the bartenders and waiters are so friendly.
They've got a good selection of beer on tap and a varied wine list. The food is pretty good - and they've got £6 lunch specials during the week. I had the...more
This place was a good neighborhood find. Walkable from the nearby condos, and great, friendly service. Tons of seating both indoors and out. The potato and leek soup was good, but just okay--could have used more flavor. The half chicken with pesto was good, but the small side salad that came with it did not have any dressing on it. My friend ordered the chicken and bacon salad, and liked it,...more
It's such a shame that this pub suffers from its location because it really is rather good.
Great service, nice Wells & Young's beers, clean and smart, and a place so large that it can cater for pretty much everyone all at the same time.
Separate areas for dining and watching sport on the TV help, as does the pretty big beer garden and conservatory. Not seen a pub garden so large since...more
This is my favourite local pub. It's spacious, has comfy seating in a traditional English decor, offers good food up to 10pm served by friendly staff and has a good range of Youngs ale. On top of that, it's got free wifi, a guest ale or two and an excellent, well-run and well-attended pub quiz on Mondays. It also has Sky and shows football and rugby matches. I'm definitely a fan.more
Yeah, it was pretty good.
Thing is, there are a lot of Youngs Pubs in the Wandsworth/Putney area and as nice as they are, they don't stand out much from each other.
This was another solid offering and was pretty cosy, but not cosy enough to go out of the way for.
Food was okay, service was fine and the decor/atmosphere was nicely crafted, but it is an inferior pub to the Brewer's Inn.more