The White Swan is a traditional, British pub situated on the corner of Vauxhall Bridge Road and Causton Street. The pub is just a few minutes' walk from Tate Britain.
The pub offers a great range of cask ale and freshly cooked, British pub food and in a welcoming, traditional pub setting.
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The White Swan
14 Vauxhall Bridge RoadVictoriaLondonSW1V 2SA
- +44 (0)20 7821 8568
- Public transport:
- Pimlico, Underground
Love this little pub. Location is very close to the Burberry global headquarters and the doubletree (where I stayed). The staff is absolutely the best. Friendly and fun. The interior was cozy and warm on a nice cold rainy night. The beers very good. The bartender and server was very knowledgable and the food was good too. Good fish and chips and pies. Ended up going back twice. The...more
Very pleasant decor and friendly staff. I was underwhelmed with the food, though. I ordered the mushroom on garlic bread for starters, and there was far too much sauce. The steak and ale pie was cooked a bit too long, causing the pastry to be overdone and tough.
My friend ordered the fish and chips. The fish was outstanding, but the chips were standard fare you'd find in the freezer...more
We were staying at the nearby DoubleTree London Westminster hotel during our recent trip to London, so we ate lunch here one day. Of all the pubs that we went to during our trip, the White Swan probably had the nicest interior and the nicest selection of cask conditioned ales. Overall, we really enjoyed our lunch here.
The following day, we tried to come back around 10:45pm to grab another...more
Food is served until 9:30pm. We had nachos and garlic mushrooms which were both okay and cost £8. The staff were all very friendly and you can get some sort of discount if you join their pubs club or something like that, which is useful if you come oftenmore
rantmode Surely in the pubs for dummies book, one of the basic instructions must be that if your kitchen is closed for whatever reason you go around and remove all the food menus from tables. I mean, not only is it better for the customer who doesn't waste 5 minutes trying to decide what they want before finding out it was all in vain, surely for the poor guy behind the bar it is easier as...more