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Sorry felt really let down here. Staff not as polite as you might hope. Beer is ok. You have to pay cash up to ten pounds. The bar smells of sulphur and landlady with white/blonde hair was rude to a customer in front of me...More
Went in about 20 minutes before closing for a last drink. Very small pub so had to sit upstairs by the toilet. As soon as it hit 5 mins to closing one of the bar staff came upstairs and told us to go down and...More
Lovely, historic little pub.... but your mood drops when served by one of the staff (think she’s the manager). There’s no smile, infact, she looks annoyed you’re even there.
We asked for two Pinot Grigio wines which she poured and we later said it didn’t...More
Whilst no one was rude to me it was unsettling watching tourists walk in and be barked at, spoken down to and reprimanded for being ‘TOO LATE’ to dare to request food at 4pm on a Saturday. The pints are £6 which is fine if...More
Quirky backstreet pub in Belgravia. Bar up stairs and another area and bar down a steep set of stairs. The lower area has a ceiling covered in old photos of celebrities, etc and has other bits of memorabelia. Couple of nice beers and the staff...More
Just off the main streets of Knightsbridge is a quiet enclave with this delightful pub. The staff was helpful and friendly, the ale was great and the place looked like it came from a postcard out of the 1950’s. It’s a five minute walk from...More
I came here with a group of 6 of us to seek shelter from the rain and cold and get a drink. We were a group of friends reuniting and wanted to catch up and talk. We had barely even chosen a table and sat...More
Spotted this quaint little place and got most excited by it being off the beaten track. When the landlord eventually appeared, he thrust a menu in front of me and asked what we were drinking. Ordered pie of the day (x2) & sausage and mash....More
Called in for a lunchtime drink. There were only two other punters in there, one of whom was so entrenched in a deep conversation with the barman/owner that I had to stand waiting to be served for several minutes before the rude barman/owner deigned to...More
Home to the vast majority of embassies and diplomatic residences in London, sophisticated and upscale Belgravia also boasts a wealth of luxury hotels, fine dining restaurants, and some of the city’s most stroll worthy lanes. While the prices here are high, taking a leisurely stroll through the streets of picturesque and elegant white stucco houses is free. Hyde Park and the Buckingham Palace Gardens are only a stone's throw
away to the north, and some of Europe’s best shopping is nearby as well.