This popular Fuller’s pub draws in the punters through simple yet beautiful interiors, a concise menu of quality gastropub food and a sizeable outside seating area. Regulars are also attracted to the steak nights (every Thursday), quality Sunday roasts, as well as pub quizzes on Wednesdays. If you like to choose from a wide selection of wine the Stonemason’s wine list, which features 60 varieties from around the world, should be able to sate your thirst.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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Venue Details & Map
The Stonemason's Arms
54 Cambridge GroveLondonW6 0LA
- Public transport:
- Ravenscourt Park, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Stonemason's Arms
Lovely Gastropub, wonderful experience! My sister and I arrived here roughly half an hour before the kitchen opened for the evening. We were seated in the back, which allowed us to see most of the establishment - clean, well kept, homey and welcoming. We expected a wait for food, but didn't mind since we were very tired from walking all day. This gave us time to fully look over the menu, and... more
Pleasant small gastopub with some outdoor space.
Friendly staff and nice decor.
My burger was good, but nothing to write home about. I may go back for Sunday roast since many here recommend it.
The sharing boards looked good, maybe something to try as well. more
My boyfriend and I went to the Stonemason's Arms a few weeks ago fora Sunday roast and it was amazing!! Taking my mum and dad there for Mothers' Day on Sunday. more
Meal: Dinner, dine in
All Ratings out of 10:
Quality of food: 8
Food to Spend Value: 8
Quality of Service: 8
Overall Rating: 8
It was my last night in London, and a group of coworkers were looking to go somewhere with great food. I am a sucker for gastropubs, and when searching for places in Hammersmith I noticed great reviews for The Stonemason's Arms. It also came highly recommended from... more
This is a large pub just off the Hammersmith shopping strip. Sunday roast offering includes lamb shank which I tried. It was soft, fell off the bone and quite nice. Roast potatoes weren't crispy though but the other veggies, cauliflower cheese and gravy were all flavoursome.
Desserts sounded boring but both the cheesecake and the eton mess had excellent, modern, stylish, minimalistic... more