In the depths of residential Fulham, the Sands End thrives thanks to its neat fusion of buzzy local boozer and candlelit dining room. Everything is in the best possible taste, from the muted colours and refectory tables to the sophisticated menu of ‘consistently excellent' food. The kitchen combines hearty grub with a touch of culinary ambition – a starter of pig's trotter on toast with baby-gem lettuce, breakfast radish and pickled walnuts displays real expertise from the off. The seasons generally have their say, which means saddle of lamb with wild garlic followed by creamy Yorkshire rhubarb fool in springtime. If ale is what you're after, hang with the locals by the bar, nursing a pint of Black Sheep and some nibbles: the snacks are a ‘delight in their own right', according to one contented drinker.
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