This place is reasonably cheap and cheerful but so perfect after a hectic day if you’re exhibiting at Olympia. Good range of wines and a small number of great really tasty dishes.
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First visit to this Fullers pub, as staying in a nearby hotel. Virtually empty, as apparently nothing going on at Olympia Conference Centre. Had a pint of London Pride beer which as awful. Not perfectly clear and smelt gone off - probably bottom of the...More
Very sadly this lovely building is under intensive building works and the back of it is all pulled down So do not waste your time... it is no more
This pub has a nice atmosphere with a great selection of beers. We visited after a conference at Olympia and enjoyed a very nice bit of food and drink.
£9 for a Jack Daniels and Coke and about £5 for a few chips. Now, I know it's London (and I'm from Birmingham where every double spirit is under £4) but £9 is extortionate. £6/7 I'd say fair enough, but £9 is shocking and we...More
While staying at the Hilton Hotel Olympic down the street (see my review), we happened upon this local pub and stopped in for dinner. For those who are unfamiliar, when in a pub in the UK, you generally order at the bar and then it...More
Next door to the Olympia exhibition centre. At the end of the Kensington High Street - close to tube and train- stations. Newly refurbushed tiny 8 room hotel on top of a pub. Very welcoming. We stayed on the top floor - many stairs so...More
Lovely ambience sadly let down with a cold meal - the food was taken away but even the second time it was only luke warm, though they had provided fresh chips. Not many people were eating...maybe that's why!
Felt like I was in an episode of Fawlty Towers - any training that the staff might have received must have been from Basil himself! Ordered our food from the menu we had been left and most of the menu was unavailable (a blessing may...More