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, it's a terrific watering hole complete with proper bar snacks (Scotch eggs, oysters), nicely shabby interiors and real ales from London breweries. If you want food with ‘loads of flavour', the upstairs dining room is the place to be. The menu offers bags of variety, from beer-battered haddock or steak and chips to superb pumpkin ravioli or char-grilled lamb rump with caramelised artichokes and girolles – plus churros with dulce de leche to finish. It's a tad pricey, but ingredients are faultless and smartly assembled – how lovely to see pea fritters on a summer menu. Service is exceptionally friendly, and there are plenty of wines by the glass, too.
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