It’s a shame the terrace of this lively gastropub faces directly on to Abbey Road. Without the traffic it would seem a bucolic spot to sup pints of Hoegaarden or Old Speckled Hen. Still, the noise doesn’t deter the regulars on a sunny day, & they’re perfectly happy in the casual, woody bar at other times. Head through to the dining room & things take a sophisticated turn, with sleek furniture & linen-clad tables. The menu, served throughout, combines classic pub grub with more refined creations. You could stride down the ‘hoummos with flatbread & cheeseburger with triple-cooked chips’ path, or stroll along the more cultured route of confit lamb shoulder rillettes ahead of pan-fried lemon sole with crayfish butter. Puddings – banana & mascarpone tart, perhaps – are invariably classy.
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