The Cow is a pub of near legendary status amongst the local media crowd. Charmingly old fashioned, its popularity makes it hard to find a seat. The food they serve is European and includes oysters and crab, and you can book in the small dining room upstairs. Private parties of up to 40 people can be catered for.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
The Cow Pub & Restaurant
89 Westbourne Park RoadW2 5QH
- +44 (0)20 7221 0021
- Public transport:
- Royal Oak, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Cow Pub & Restaurant
Excellent. I had the fish stew, which was really superb, but all elements of the meal were very high quality. Ate upstairs, great service, a lively atmosphere for a wonderful meal. Enjoy! more
Cleverly disguised as a rustic saloon bar, The Cow is actually a fine gastropub serving fresh, inspired food. The interior is small and cozy, with wooden tables pushed closely together, romantic dim lighting, and classic rock tunes playing from an antique jukebox. Eclectic vintage hand painted signs and photo cover the walls. I came here with my boyfriend for dinner, and we were seated... more
I enjoyed this bar of all the pubs in London that I had ever visited and we are talking quite a few I never met any Group of people more set on being curious as to know who you are where you are from how much money you have and why you are stopping by their beloveds pub
Am I London tourist I've been there enough times to no longer call myself really a tourist
But I just happen to end up there... more
Cow fish stew was disgusting
Waitress was rude. She was forgetting to serve, smile, and take care of her customers ~
But she was sure having a good time talking to her fellow workers rather than help or attend her customers ~
Food was just despicable. Not edible and gross.
Seating area so small people sit on top of you.
Just horrible and it is a terrible bar if you want... more
Wow. Can't say enough good things about this place. I walked in and was immediately greeted by a very friendly guy and his dog. Did he own the place? No he did not. Just a patron. That is the Cow. By the end of the night I felt like a regular. Best Guinness outside of Dublin. Food was good and after meeting half the bar and buying many drinks eating a great meal the bill came and I was... more