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The perfect pit-stop for the socially active, The Curtains Up is a superb pub for anyone looking for a mix of banter, ales, sports, quizzes, Bloody Marys, and filling up on food with their friends. The kitchen is open from 12:00 to 15:00 and 18:30 until 22:00 all week, with longer hours at the weekend. The menu features firm favourites such as eggs benedict, fishcakes, salads, sandwiches, fish and chips and rib eye steaks, alongside daily specials to give the lovers of the Barons Court something to hold on to. The Curtains Up also shows all the best sporting fixtures and knows the best way to celebrate the national pastime - with plenty of wine and plates of hearty food brought to your table whilst you wish for a World Cup victory in any sport. With The Barons Court Theatre nearby, The Curtains Up is ideal for the intervals, with great drinks and meals for you to savour before or after the show.

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28A Comeragh Road, London, W14 9HR

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The Curtains Up

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28A Comeragh Road
London
W14 9HR
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7386 7543
Public transport:
Barons Court, Underground

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3 out of 5 based on 20 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Curtains Up

4.0 out of 5 24 March 2014
by Hazel N.

Lively and popular pub. The theatre upstairs contibutes to that, but so does the restaurant out back.

Tasteful, traditional rustic decor.

Charming service, but it can be inconsistent. Sometimes you're served quickly and efficiently, other times you get ignored for long swathes of time.

Very pleasant, relaxed, buzzy atmosphere.

Excellent food. I had one of the specials on my last visit...more

4.0 out of 5 19 November 2013
by Hannah L.

This is honestly one of my favourite pubs in London and I always come here with the same friend. We used to work together down the road years ago and it reminds us of fun times and old memories. We both don't work or live near here now but that will never stop us from coming back.

This is a wonderful pub. The house white wine is (as already noted) a crisp and delicious Viognier that is...more

3.0 out of 5 5 May 2010
by Lizzie G.

Gastro-pub-tastic! Talk about tasty traditional British food. The Curtains Up knocks the nail on the head with a lovely selection of tasty treats like crumble and custard, pies, fish and chips. Not only that but you have huge wooden tables to sit down at, great for group dining, perfect for a family dinner.

Now I'm being a little unfair here and really I should give this place 4 stars, but I...more

4.0 out of 5 18 November 2009
by Laura N.

Come for a glass of vino, stay for dinner and a show! That's what happened to me upon my last visit to The Curtains Up, and as you can see from my star ranking, I was not disappointed.

I quickly learned that it's not just a clever name when the bartender asked me if I'd like to place my food order before the show to have it waiting for me after. Um, yes. I just wanted a glass of wine, but...more

3.0 out of 5 21 October 2009
by Leon C.

This is a nice looking pub. It has that old, wooden, gastro feel that is very popular at the moment. The food and drink although extensive and quality is a tad on the expensive side, although admitting £9.80 is probably the going rate for two glasses of wine in West London. What made me happy were the pies that could be purchased. They were sat on the bar under cover and the pork pie I ate was...more