Affectionately known as the Sloaney Pony, this long-serving Fulham institution remains as popular as at any time in its history – largely because of its zealous, all-embracing commitment to beer. Expect at least six cask ales on the go (from niche brews through to offerings from the major players), plus a global array of bottled treasures. The buzzy interior makes a virtue of its dark-wood Victorian features, with deep leather sofas to lounge on, while the upstairs dining room offers respite and sustenance in the shape of Devon crab with apple and celeriac coleslaw, braised duck leg with sweet-potato mash or grilled plaice with courgettes and saffron – all accompanied by knowledgeable beer suggestions. In summer, drinkers spill out onto the barbecue terrace and the verdant expanses of Parsons Green itself.
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