The Paxtons Head is located alongside the south end of Hyde Park, on the main road towards Kensington. It has original oak panels, etched mirrors and glass in the first floor bar and is grade 2 listed. This is an iconic traditional London pub and is well worth the visit for the atmosphere.
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153 KnightsbridgeKnightsbridgeLondonSW1X 7PA
- +44 (0)20 7589 6627
- Public transport:
- Knightsbridge, Underground
Solid enough pub. I've experienced better- we had to sit downstairs and the bar wasn't open, so we had no pub atmosphere, felt like we were just in a basement. We ordered some food (at the upstairs bar) and I had to carry both drinks, my set of cutlery, as well as the menu back down all my myself.
Food was okay, nothing to write home about. I had steak and ale pie, my girlfriend had fish and...more
Fantastic pub in Knightsbridge around the corner from Harrods. Big bar on the first floor and seating upstairs as well as a smaller bar with more seating downstairs.
Had the Cod and Chips which came with a piece of fried fish that was delicious and covered nearly the entire plate. Huge. Come hear with an appetite if you love fish and chips, because this is the place to be.
Of note, I...more
Walking around Knightsbridge, we spotted Paxton's and had dinner there. It was quite crowded, but we managed to find a table in the pub.
The beer drinkers among us didn't know what they wanted, so our server, who was also tending bar, generously brought samples of several to try. Thank you! I just wanted to eat and not spend 20 minutes waiting for everyone else to ask 101 questions. I...more
I am thinking 3.5 stars, but since that isn't an option, I will go 3 so as not to over inflate the review.
After leaving Harrod's, we were starving and it was very cold outside - so we tucked inside Paxton's Head. There were a couple of other spots on the street - a Chicago rib restaurant, which didn't sound terrible exciting (I can get ribs anywhere and it was rather pricey) and Mr. Chow,...more
I had lunch upstairs at this unusually-named spot, which has been around for about eight years.
Long benches surround heavy tables - depending on the crowd, you might be sharing a bench with other diners, hibachi-style. The surroundings are a tad Spartan, but you're there for a meal, right?
I heard there was a renovation, but I haven't been there for more than a year.
While the fusion fare...more