An eclectic British pub, The Duke's Head Putney offers a modern British menu, showcasing the best in seasonal produce. Hearty mains and wholesome weekend brunches are bolstered by a menu of old school desserts, while the bar at The Duke's Head Putney offers the stock of real ales Young's pubs have become famous for. Chunky wood tables and a spirit and pump-lined bar make this a popular spot for relaxed and informal all-day dining.
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Venue Details & Map
8 Lower Richmond RoadPutneyLondonSW15 1JN
- +44 (0)20 8788 2552
- Public transport:
- Putney Bridge, Underground
Situated near the River this cozy pub reminded me of sitting in someone's kitchen having a chat. It brings a friendly and family feel to this pub and kitchen which obviously works for the many customers that live in the surrounding streets. Take it as you find it. Traditional British food and you won't go wrong. A bit pricey, but friendly service!more
I love the Dukes Head. So much so that it was the first place I came immediately after I got married down the road at Wandsworth Registry Office. It was my local when I was lucky enough to live in Putney and stupid enough to then sell the flat. Its changed from a lovely but straightforward Young's pub (when I lived here the beer was delivered by drey horse from the Wandsworth brewery) to a...more
A sunny day, a cold drink, seating outdoors, and a table nearby with folks playing folk-y music on fiddles and flutes. A glorious day at the Duke's Head!
This place is happily located along the river in Putney between all the crew clubs and the bridge. The pub itself is bright and airy, and they're happy to give you your drinks to sit on their patio or across the path along the river. A bit...more
The Dukes Head is a colossal, 150 year old Youngs pub in a prime spot about 10 metres from the river. It's so big it's split into four different levels, with each level having a different name: the basement is called 'The Rowing Club' and was hosting a comedy night when I was there. I settled in the 'Coxswain Dining Room', which was a mixture of casual drinkers and restaurant goers.
To me this looks how a traditional English pub should look and
Its on the river.
While waiting for my christmas food to cook (forever) we walked here with the kids for a couple of champas. Just like last year, so now its tradition. We had a big lounge to sit on in the main bar, where there were many families probably doing the same thing. The restaurant was buzzing and busy. My 3 year old...more