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30 Queens Gate Mews, London SW7 5QL
Despite its location –a prime Kensington cobbled mews behind the Albert Hall – the Queen’s Arms’ prosaic interior is nothing to sing about. But, luckily,...
1 Kensington Court Place, London W8 5BJ
Spruced up and lighter than before, this charmingly rustic, pistachio green-painted backstreet local is justly proud of its roots, mixing urban chic with...
119 Kensington Church Street, London W8 7LN
Built in 1750, this Kensington Irish pub was once frequented by Winston Churchill's grandparents (expect nostalgic bonanzas every year on his birthday)....
127 Gloucester Road, London SW7 4TE
Following a recent ‘Cotswolds comes to Kensington’ spruce-up, The Hereford Arms now also features a commemorative collage of Alfred Hitchcock movie...
1 Hammersmith Road, London W14 8XJ
If you're looking for traditional pub food in Hammersmith, The Hand and Flower delivers – with an ever-evolving menu that centres on the four core staples...
114 Campden Hill Road, London W8 7AR
A servant of genteel Kensington since 1835, this romantic old pub is high on olde-London charm under the auspices of English Heritage. Following a major...
23a Edwardes Square, London W8 6HE
One of the area’s finest pubs, The Scarsdale gets top marks for its lovely frontage looking onto a picturesque square & its extensive line-up of well-kept...
326 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 9BQ
A recent facelift and the reinstatement of its original name have restored pride to this imposing hostelry, a former Victorian hotel. The Bolton has a...
160 Warwick Road, London W14 8PS
Essentially a wood & brass-decorated Fuller’s hostelry on a busy road, The Warwick Arms is making a name for itself locally by virtue of its curry-house...