The Lazy Fox’s safe, tonal decor suggests the extension dining room of many a gentrified Fulham two-up two-down, but like its Southwark sibling The Thirsty Bear, Brave New World gadgetry is to the fore: e-menus, iPad-controlled, swipe card-activated beer taps et al. By contrast, the kitchen’s stock-in-trade is more traditional: big burgers from £8.50 include liberally garnished beef, crumbed chicken, lamb and venison options; cod and chips prefers sauce gribiche to tartare, and the menu also embraces seafood linguine, cheeses and fail-safe puds such as apple pie and custard. Sunday lunch is based around reasonably priced roasts: £9.95 for Suffolk chicken with duck-fat roasted tatties and all the trimmings. A snappy wine list has house Chenin Blanc at £16.95, while ballsy Rioja Crianza and mellow Macon Villages are in the mid-to-late twenties – like many of the Fox’s punters.
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