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The Hurlingham Pub and Kitchen
360 Wandsworth Bridge Road
- +44 (0)20 7610 9816
- Public transport:
- Wandsworth Town, National Railway
Fun pub in Fulham where I enjoyed some pints of cider and some table tennis with my friends. We got absolutely hysterical knocking the ball around while tipsy - highly recommended as a drunk activity. There's a sofa in that area so if you need a break you can kick back and watch your friends play.
Lively atmosphere and a pleasant, cosy place to spend the evening. Next time I'l try the food!more
I was impressed by the Hurlingham, enough to sway my anointment of The Cat's Back as my favourite local pub.
The defining feature of the Hurlingham is its spacious interior that reaches around the bar in the centre. This sprawl makes it possible to enjoy different experiences in different parts of the pub: a relaxing pint on the battered leather chairs by the toilets; exuberant catch-ups...more
It's always a good week down Wandsworth Bridge Road, or, to be more specific down at the The Hurlingham Pub; Monday night, trivial pursuits, Tuesday night, £5 burgers, Wednesday and Thursday any special they may have on offer from their delicious menu of home made food, Friday night, Live music and free champagne cocktails for the ladies, and just because too, not even a catch! Saturday, well...more
Random art on the walls and stacked bookshelves give you a warm feeling and it is a bit like being in your lounge at home.
A recently added garden at the rear that is just about heated enough - it was cold when I visited allows for a ciggy when required and as the place is friendly you will invariably start up a conversation with someone out there which again reflects on what they are trying...more
Once good for a packet of crisps, a pint and a good stabbing this well located outlet has been completely re-invented as a gastro sports pub. The decor is lavish with dining tables intermingled with book cases and irresistable leather sofas. Never has the name 'public house' been so appropriate as it feels like an improbably large private reception room. Apart from the plasma screens that...more