Situated just off a pub-heavy stretch of the New King’s Road, this pleasantly uncluttered little boozer more than holds its own against the local competition. Readers enjoy its ‘relaxed, bubbly & fun atmosphere’, although the place can get pretty raucous come the weekend. If the weather’s nice, bag a seat by the fountain in the charming beer garden; otherwise park yourself inside & order from a lively but ‘good value’ menu. A £20 note should easily cover a bowl of split pea soup followed by haddock & salmon fishcakes, plus a dessert (perhaps rhubarb crumble with ice cream) – so you can afford to splash out when it comes to the wallet-friendly, global wine list. As for service, ‘well-informed, friendly & enthusiastic’ staff keep things ticking along nicely.
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