Established in 1826, The Duke of York sits at the top of St John’s Wood High Street and still retains much of its original charm. Inside, it’s a warm, welcoming space with a bar and casual dining area – usually full of well-heeled locals – and a more secluded separate dining room that is popular with a post-work crowd looking for great food in a relaxed setting. The comprehensive wine list is regularly updated and offers a good mix of European favourites and new world alternatives. Classic dishes like beer-battered cod with yorkie fries; beef and Guinness sausages with mash potato and onion gravy; and chargrilled rib eye steak feature on the all-day menu. The Sunday Roasts are also highly recommended. ..
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