The Duke of Clarence

About

The Duke of Clarence serves gastro pub food at lunchtime and during the evening and has a good wine list, many of which are served by the glass. A sister of the Builder's Arms on Britten Street in Chelsea, the decor is much the same. With many windows, this is a bright and airy pub, with comfortable sofas to sit in as well as many tables and chairs.

Venue Details & Map

The Duke of Clarence

Address
148 Old Brompton Road
London
SW5 0BE
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7373 1285
Public transport:
Gloucester Road, Underground

Yelp Reviews

7.00 out of 5
based on 23 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Duke of Clarence

4.0 out of 5
25 August 2016
by Claudia C.

Why the bad reviews ??? I don't get it !!!!!

The food was great !!!!!

We had 2 sides , the beet and fennel salad and the carrots; we also had the soup of the day which was carrots with ginger and was pretty good but the best part was the lamb pie !!!! Oh god !!! Fab fab fab mashed potatoes , and fried shallots ;)

Prices are average and service was a bit slow though more

3.0 out of 5
28 August 2017
by Mike D.

The food is very good. That said, prices were quite high. 15.50 for a burger is awfully ridiculous in my opinion. The beer selection was pretty good and the service was friendly. The atmosphere is subdued yet it didn't feel sleepy.

If you're staying in the neighborhood you'll have about 4 options for pubs and they all have a unique feel. This one is a bit more slick in d├ęcor and a... more

4.0 out of 5
19 September 2017
by Rick S.

Casual dinning in this pub restaurant. Our 8 oz ribeye was tender and well seasoned. The drinks were prepared perfectly, Cosmo and a G & T. I would have given a five star, but the service was a bit off. Jealous that London allows dogs. Our cheesecake sandwich was light, almost like a mousse, lovely. Will come back when next in London. more

4.0 out of 5
08 February 2018
by Ash A.

The stench of West London wealth oozes from the four walls of this pub, whether it's through the gastro-pub decor, the expensive menu or the (mostly French) clientele who look like they're costume dressing for a 1950's period drama.

Is it worth 8 pounds for a slice of mushroom with blue cheese melted on top?. Despite sky-high prices the food is actually pretty good, the usual pub classics... more

4.0 out of 5
19 February 2017
by Pam H.

I'm in love with the atmosphere that the Duke of Clarence exudes, very charming. For all the charm, Duke of Clarence was still very affordable.

I wanted fish and chips, so we were recommended this place. It definitely served a good plate of fish and chips, but what I think I discovered is that I might not be a fan of fish and chips in general... too much fried in one plate... not to any fault... more

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