With the interior designed by Nina Campbell, The Admiral Codrington is an attractive pub/restaurant/bar with a separate bar and restaurant. The bar is comfortable and usually very busy whilst the restaurant serves good food in a separate, well designed area, complete with a removable roof for the summer. The restaurant serves delicious British food at restaurant prices. Outside seating is provided on the terrace with heaters in the winter.
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The Admiral Codrington
17 Mossop StreetLondonSW3 2LY
- Public transport:
- South Kensington, Underground
Stopped in for lunch while visiting London. Based on other reviews, we tried the fish & chips with mushy peas. We weren't disappointed! One order is big enough to split for a light lunch (save room for more beer I suppose) and the food was delicious. The mushy peas were a unique experience for us (Americans) but we found them to be delightful with a hint of mint flavoring to them. We saw a lot...more
Delicious Fish and Chips!!! Good beer! Ambiance could be better as not much music. Staff was friendly and service was pretty fast.more
I can see how people in Chelsea would like to frequent this place - although it's a bit hard to find. Bestie and I were literally looking for this address on google maps at the same time (from South Kensington!) and for some reason it didn't come up so we took a taxi.
It is a warm and inviting place, and definitely more upmarket than the other local pubs I've been to. I wanted to try the...more
Open space, lovely setting with a window roof.
Sticky Toffee Pudding, delicious. Roast beef, not bad, but a bit light on the serving. I was still hungry afterward.more
I'll admit that my main reason for coming here (and the target of this review) is for the burger. It's been on at least one top 10 burgers in London list and I can see why.
A short primer on burgers first. At the heart of it is the classic (All-American) burger in which the beef is in the leading role, balanced by a limited cast of supporting elements. A variation on that ideal is the...more