Off the beaten track in residential SW10, the 150-year-old Hollywood Arms has made the leap from conventional boozer to fashionable gastropub. The stripped-back, pale-green interiors, fancy mirrors & oak tables on the ground floor now keep step with other refined eateries on the street while retaining a pubby feel. Ensconce yourself with a pint of well-kept Young’s ale or a calorie-counted ‘skinny’ cocktail, otherwise get stuck into a menu of much-improved pub grub that’s caught the all-British bug: potted Wiltshire rabbit with toasted sourdough, Elm Farm rib-eye steak with triple-cooked chips, & bread-&-butter pudding with drunken prunes are all catnip to fashionable Fulhamites. Concertina doors open out onto the quiet street, so expect crowds in fine weather.
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