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We found 21 restaurants in Best gastropub cuisine in London.
The ‘no reservations' policy, dishevelled interiors and jam-packed tables aren't enough to deter south London's dining cognoscenti from patronising… more »
Some places just don't get the gastropub concept, but The Bull & Last has got it sussed. If you just want a drink and some rollicking atmosphere… more »
One of Tom & Ed Martin’s string of gastropubs, The Cadogan Arms has all the trademark assets – good looks, a something-for-everyone approach… more »
Sitting snugly on one of Camberwell's finest Georgian streets, this high-ceilinged, high-spec gastropub looks the part with its worn floorboards… more »
The well-heeled burghers of Barnsbury possibly get the affluent gastropub they deserve in the shape of The Drapers Arms – a reconfigured… more »
It's vast, it's Victorian and it has a huge beer garden overlooking Acton Green Common – no wonder this handsome boozer pulls in the crowds… more »
Reimagined to appeal to contemporary sensibilities, with White Cube posters and provocative framed front pages on its walls, The Duke of Wellington… more »
So this is where it all started back in 1991 – the reputed birthplace of the gastropub. The scrawled blackboard menus, the open kitchen, the… more »
A change of ownership back in 2011 allowed the old Empress of India to loosen her laces. Gone are the heavy velvet drapes and ornate chandeliers;… more »
As garrisons go, this one is decidedly cosy, with vintage lampshades, intimate booths and faded portraits of fresh-faced WWII soldiers. Staff and… more »
On a curve of the Thames once home to the iron foundries of the Royal Naval Fleet, this riverside hostelry has been wetting whistles for more… more »
Co-founded by Aussie star Brett Graham from the auspicious Ledbury in Notting Hill, this refined take on a neighbourhood boozer continues to deliver… more »
Hibiscus super-chef Claude Bosi and his brother Cédric hit upon a winning formula with The Fox & Grapes, but this handsome new venture is a step… more »
If it weren't for the legs of ibérico ham hanging in the window, you might think the Norfolk Arms was ‘just another after-work boozer', notes… more »
Everything feels right on the money at The Orange, from the shabby-chic, distressed interiors to the bubbly ‘accommodating' staff and all-embracing… more »
Over the last two decades, London has seen an explosion of Gastro Pubs opening up, the perfect combination of a British pub and good quality restaurant. Gone is the notion of unattractive pub restaurants serving below average food, the Gastro Pub has brought pub dining bang up to date with smart and stylish dining areas and high quality menus. Gastro Pub cuisine is wide and varied and encompasses cuisines from all over the world. Some focus solely on British cuisine, others offer an eclectic mix of dishes, but above all, each Gastro Pub serves food of a high quality.
London boasts a fantastic range of great Gastro Pubs, whether it’s gastro pubs in the heart of the City, the West End, the East End or any other area of London, you’ll always find a great Gastro Pub in the vicinity. Fashionable, laid back and comfortable, Gastro Pubs are well –loved by everyone. Square Meal has carefully selected the best Gastro Pubs cuisine in London to help you with your choice.
Every one of the Gastro Pubs Cuisines featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top Gastro Pub Cuisines have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today.. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.