This pub was built in the 1730s and is the second oldest pub in Mayfair. The exterior is decorated with window boxes and hanging baskets and the inside with bare floorboards and timber panelling. This pub, with its cosy atmosphere, has managed to keep its character by resisting the open-plan look. It has a dining area where food is served between 11am and 11pm. Catering for private parties of up to 40 guests is available upon request.
41 Farm Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 5RP
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+44 (0)20 7493 6841
Truffle risotto to start... Simple and mind blowing! Then a medium rare hangar steak and hand cut chips (I've never liked chips this much, so buttery and sweet!).... This was quite a serving of food and the quality was impressive. For desert a banoffe pie was enough to make me feel as though I might pop. Went back two nights later and ordered the exact same meal. Cannot wait to return! An...more
wow, i have not seen this many guys in suits in a long time. i have been craving fish and chips since i arrived here, and my friend said the one here is good. we arrived around 8 pm, and the place was packed. we stood around and had drinks at the bar for a while before some space opened up at a communal table.
i love pub food. i ended up getting the haddock and chips which came w/ a...more
This is a great and considering the owner - one Mr Guy Ritchie - a fairly ordinary and not too expensive boozer, which you could imagine being your local, if you lived / worked in Mayfair. If not, it's a good place to bring tourists / visitors as it never fails to impress them!
It's got a good atmosphere, charm and you don't feel out of place or like you'll be ridiculed for walking into the...more
It was Saturday night and pre-movie, we were looking for a drink. Someone knew of The Punchbowl and so, off we went.
The Punchbowl is a small English pub tucked away from the main streets of Mayfair. Wooden bar, painted portraits on the wall,. the likes. Also, legendarily, it's owned by Guy Ritchie who apparently drinks there from time to time.
Now, there were two things I did not get to...more