Beautifully situated on the corner of Parsons Green, The White Horse has been selling beer since 1688.
With each dish paired with a beer, the menu uses carefully-sourced ingredients to combine familiar pub favourites with modern classics. The bottled beer range offers more than 100 varieties from around the world.
The White Horse is also pleased to provide its guests with a generous range of full flavoured and character-filled wines, including New and Old World varieties.
|Average main course||£10.00 (USD 13.99) por cubierto|
|Average food spend||£25.00 (USD 34.98) por cubierto|
Venue Details & Map
The White Horse
1-3 Parsons GreenLondonSW6 4UL
- +44 (0)20 7736 2115
- Public transport:
- Parsons Green, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The White Horse
Brilliant little British pub! Never fails to draw an excellent crowd and a great selection of drinks to choose from! more
I'm shocked to realize that I've neglected to review the Sloaney Pony.
Last year when a few beer loving expats settled in Fulham, our never-ending search for craft beer goodness led us here. As far as the beer goes, it is one of my favorite places in the neighborhood and the city for that matter. I always find something solid on the taps here at the Pony and they never disappoint. Just... more
Came here while visiting my sister. Went to watch a world cup game. The TV's are placed in somewhat awkward angles if you'd like to be sitting. The waitstaff were every bit accommodating to our game watching needs.
Did not try the food, but to an American, I thought that the beer selection was pretty adequate containing some decent brews I had not yet had.
Overall, a great little... more
Very nice local pub in Parsons Green. They always have a great variety of beers both locals and international. What I really like about this place is the vibe especially in weekends as it gets very busy and they run a BBQ outside in the terrace with the view of the green. Food is classic pub food and it is average though. Did not like they run out of some beers especially IPA and Pale Ales.... more
If you like men who dress 'preppy,' this is your spot! Fine, not every man was dressed like a prepster, but yeah, a good portion were. The women were a bit more dolled up.
I'm a big beer fan and noticed the tons of choices here. I did inquire as to a few and was told they were bottled (much prefer draguht). After a long day of football watching and beer , I asked what ciders are on draught.... more