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If you’re looking for a bargain on Lots Road, you’re more likely to find one at this tidy gastropub rather than at the auction house opposite. Refectory tables and stripped-wood interiors might be ten a penny these days, but it’s the attention to detail and attractively priced menu that puts this “proper pub” a rung above some of its rivals. At the bar, big-name brews and craft beers appear alongside more interesting ales such as Camden Hells – perfect if you simply fancy grabbing a burger. There are also some appealing wines by the glass to go with a menu of ‘sharing plates’ and ‘large plates’ – think salmon ceviche or chorizo and Parmesan croquettes ahead of baja-battered haddock, rib-eye and fries or marsh lamb cutlets with fregola and petits-pois cassoulet. For afters, try chocolate fondant with berry compote.
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22 April 2015
Since the refurb this has become by far my favourite pub in chelsea. It's mich more interesting than neigjbouring pubs and the quality of food and beer certainly beats its competitors.
The steak is excellent and I love the beer paddles as there's so much choiceI I'dI'd get hammered having a pint of each!
24 April 2011
The atmosphere was spacious with relaxed yet attentive service.
There was a 2 courses for £10 midweek offer on the night we visited, which my fellow diner went for – however the food which came from this menu was unremarkable. The tomato & basil soup was hearty and generous and served with thick chunks of moist olive bread, but without any kind of imaginative gastropub twist. Likewise, the sausage and mash was average.
By ingoring the set menu, I was in for a treat however – the smoked salmon, halibut, beetroot remoulade & baby leaf salad was one of the best starters I've had in 2011 – the two smoked fishes complimented eachother beautifully and encased the delicate beetroot remoulade; the salad and balsamic drizzle was fresh and worked well. Unusually for such a delicious dish, it was not frustratingly small.
My chunky chicken and leek pie contained an indulgent creamy sauce with delicate hints of butternut squash, and was served with a mound of perfectly cooked curly kale.
The chocolate brownie was exactly how a chocolate brownie should be – moist, dense and rich.
15 October 2008
Their burgers are the best! Generally food here is much better and cheaper than in nearby Waterside pub.
The revamp of 2008 has given the Lots rd pub lots of cheap looking furniture & not much else. The menu is unchanged (still) & after going regularly we have decided that its just too boring for words. Not what it used to be.
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