The Blackbird is a traditional English ale and pie pub, locals, tourists and families are welcome. They also have fruit machines and provide seating on the pavement area is provided, weather permitting. They also have Sky Sports showing on TV.
Venue Details & Map
209 Earls Court RoadLondonSW5 9AN
- +44 (0)20 7835 1855
- Public transport:
- Earl's Court, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Blackbird
Blackbird is a corporate run establishment posing as a small traditional old style pub. They're owned by Fuller's. Dead give aways include a quick Google search and poor, mass produced meat pies.
The interior is dim and charming. We sat at the bar until our table was ready. I asked if they had a cocktail menu. I was rudely told that they did not by the bartender but then later, when we were... more
The tasting board is perfect for an ale and pie newbie like me. Pairing is perfect.
The toffee pudding was very good too. more
This Fuller's-owned pub is perfect for some classic pub fare without feeling intimidating to non-Londoners. Delicious pies and Sunday Roast pair perfectly with a good English ale.
The Blackbird is steps away from the Earl's Court tube station and even though it's not off the beaten track, it's still a nice place for a drink or a little dinner whilst you're in the area. more
Our first meal in London. We hopped off the London Underground from Earl's Court station and walked a little ways (a couple blocks) to find this quintessential British pub.
Husband ordered the fish and chips - half of a fish fried beautifully (not heavy) and a pint of cider (so refreshing)!
I ordered the popular steak pie with mash and side salad. Mash was alright but the pie was a crusty... more
This place had some awesome 'mash and pie.' I commonly know it as a pot pie, but nevertheless this place specializes in it. A variety of different types of pie and beer on tap. The vibe and ambiance was amazing. Prices were very reasonable.
It's too bad I was only able to make it out to this place once in our trip. The Blackbird will be missed. more