Offering a traditional menu and a prized list of Fuller's cask ales, Red Lion is a trusty pub in Barnes. The 'Best of British' menu comprises daily specials, pub classics, homemade bar snacks and tempting desserts. The impressive Fuller's cellar is showcased at the bar, with fine world wines, carefully-selected beers and guest ales all on offer.
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The Red Lion
2 CastelnauBarnesLondonSW13 9RU
- +44 (0)20 8748 2984
- Public transport:
- Barnes Bridge, National Railway
A deceptively spacious pub with a large garden in the back, as well as a non-smoking decking for diners. A great place for drinks in small or large groups..however I don't recommend the food.
The menu and the food itself looks great, but it was all so bland. For the prices you're paying, I really do expect better. I went for Chicken & Leek pie with mash and gravy (around £10), and my...more
Nice pub, except when the rugby or football is on. Nice staff and atmosphere generally. A good spot after a days filming.more
Very solid gastropub in Barnes, with the clientele and prices to match. The food ranges from good to excellent here, depending on your choice. I'd recommend the pies in the winter.
Big old terrace and garden for the summer - not too far from the river either. An ideal spot to quench your thirst after a walk along the Thames or the Wetlands.more
A very nice grown-up pub. Huge traditionally decorated, quite grand feeling interior (dark, heavy curtains, leather sofas, big glass vase of lilies, gold framed mirrors). Large pub garden with smart outdoor furniture. Dogs allowed outside and there were some families with small children.
Excellent service both times I've visited. On one occasion the barman was extremely knowledgeable,...more
A rather lovely Barnes pub with a very nice beer garden at the back. A good selection of beers on tap, plus a BBQ bar in the garden.
The food looked amazing as well. At one point I exclaimed "Cor, look at that." My friend assumed I was referring to an attractive lady. I was actually getting excited about the delicious-looking fish and chips the barman was carrying past our table. Well worth...more