The Thomas Cubitt

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Silver Award
The smartest of a trio of Belgravia gastropubs that also includes The Orange and The Alfred Tennyson, this perfectly proportioned Regency townhouse is appropriately named after one of London’s most renowned master builders. The ground-floor boozer (and a fair amount of the pavement outside) play host to drinkers and socialisers who can pick from an easy-going menu of pub staples ranging from chilli/salt squid to lamb burgers and fish and chips. Those wanting a smarter, more intimate repast head upstairs to the pretty Regency dining room, where the wine list takes precedence over the beer taps, and the cooking cranks up a notch – think seared scallops on radish tagliatelle or Middle White pork chop with black pudding, caramelised onions and some sweetly acidic gooseberries. Helpings are generous, but it’s worth bracing yourself for puds such as lemon and raspberry baked Alaska. “A really good local restaurant – not the cheapest, but a great vibe”, concludes one fan.


Good to know about The Thomas Cubitt

Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Cuisines
Gastropub
Ambience
Buzzy, Cosy, Traditional
People
Dates, Special occasions, Special occasions
Food Occasions
Brunch, Sunday roast
Alfresco And Views
Outside seating
Other Features
Dog friendly

Location for The Thomas Cubitt

44 Elizabeth Street, London, SW1W 9PA

Opening Times of The Thomas Cubitt

Mon-Sun 12N-11pm (Sun -10.30pm)

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26 June 2014

I arranged a dinner for 13 people here in one of the private dining rooms (The Drawing Room). Everyone who attended thoroughly enjoyed it – said the food was excellent, the staff were great and the room itself was bright, light and airy. A great night had by all.

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02 April 2014

What can be said of the Thomas Cubitt that hasn’t already been said? Why should I add my voice to the cacophony of praise that results from just muttering the great builder’s name? In short, there is nothing that can be added, every inch of praise that one reads about the pub is deserved, it is a model of brilliance in all aspects. The Champagne is cold, the service is warm and the food delivers. Every time. The menu spoils the diner with a myriad of equally wonderful options. Each time I sit confused, bamboozled. The waiter arrives, I ask for another two minutes. I think I’m set on the corn fed chicken breast, grilled cauli, broc & romanesco salad, but then the beef and rosemary pie fills me with doubt. The waiter reappears. Confused I order the fillet of hake, it ends up being brilliant. There’s nothing on this menu that doesn’t please. It is impossible to be disappointed. The Cubitt’s piece de resistance is its Sunday Roast. Sit upstairs and avoid the bustle (the menu is the same in the dining room on Sundays), order the sharing platter and go home happy. Nothing more need be said. Once you’ve tried the Cubitt you’ll be just another of us boring others about how great it is. The Cubitt speaks for itself, it’s a shame none of us can leave it that way.

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21 October 2013

We had a table for 16, for dinner, in the Drawing Room, a private room at the top of the pub. It's an excellent space and comfortably took all 16 of us around one large table. There was room to circulate and space to stand-up and have a drink away from the table, which was most welcome and not something you often find, with a room of this size. We were using for a business dinner and from the off, the setting up of the event with, Marine Coltier (the events manager) was super-organised, professional and went without hitch. Additionally, the staff on hand at the venue were attentive, without being intrusive and ensured the food, which was excellent, was brought in a timely manner and the wine flowed throughout the evening. All round an excellent experience and we would have no hesitation in either using the rooms again, or recommending to others. Many Thanks.

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06 September 2013

We chose to host a small ( 26 people) wedding lunch in the first floor dining room. We had been impressed by the stylish room and good food on a previous visit. The lunch was organised with the minimum of fuss and the room looked beautiful. The service was excellent from the pre lunch drinks through to the coffee. The food was remarked on by all and we would consider our guests a demanding bunch. We couldn't have asked for better.

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