The brains behind this Fulham site, who also own the Sands End nearby, have reverted to what they know best and re-launched Manson as a gastropub. The move is paying dividends, and the place has already taken on its sibling’s distinctive ‘country pub in the city’ vibe. It’s now perfectly acceptable to hover by the bar and sup a pint or two of Greene King IPA, while the refectory tables are abuzz with locals. Food also takes its cue from the Sands End, and the roll call of refined pub grub ranges from pig’s cheeks with lentils at the bar to Jerusalem artichoke velouté, duck breast with braised baby gem or 35-day dry-aged côte de boeuf for the sit-downs. Desserts might feature cherry clafoutis, while the carefully managed wine list offers plenty in the £20-30 bracket.
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