Perched on the border between well-heeled Fulham and Chelsea, The Butcher's Hook has been favourite local gastro pub since opening in 2005. The Butcher's Hook offers a crowd-pleasing menu, as well as roasts on Sundays, and barbecue, steak and burger nights during the week.
|Average main course||£15.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£32.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
The Butchers Hook
477 Fulham RoadLondonSW6 1HL
- +44 (0)20 7385 4654
- Public transport:
- Fulham Broadway, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Butchers Hook
Such a lovely little restaurant! The one thing that stood out to me on this one was that the menu was quite small - which almost means the freshest produce and it certainly didn't disappoint! I had the Sea bream which was a full fish (as is) and served how it should be on a bed of delicious cous cous! The flavours were amazing!!! Another of our group had the Halloumi salad and this was equally... more
Very average. Food is really bland, I had to salt everything. Good deal on brunch drinks, bottomless bloody Mary's with a main. But the have to suffer through eating a main course and I don't know if you'd really want to do that, unless you really like salt. more
We had good time with my family. The service was excellent and very sympathetic.
The restaurant is ideally located in front of the Chelsea Football Club Stamford Bridge Stadium.
All the food was very fresh, well presented and very tasty.
Simple but efficient dishes like mussels, squid, prawns, scotch egg tapas style.
I would recommend this place also to take a drink with pales. more
My review is sorely in need of an update. The Hook has become my go to place whenever I am in London. I always stay at the Millennium across the street from the Butcher's Hook. I drop in each evening for a few pints and some lovely nosh. The restaurant itself is very rustic in appearance with wood floors and big cottage type kitchen tables. On my last visit, the manager/owner was mentioning... more
First time in London, Europe
Went on a guided tour to several places in Europe and our hotel was located near the Butcher's Hook. My husband and I decided to eat dinner at this nice small gastropub. When we got in, we were invited by a nice intimate setting. It was open seating so we sat ourselves near a window in the back. Overall place was nice and clean.
When the waiter came to help us... more