Now more of a restaurant than a gastro pub, this is a pleasant and cheerful place which serves good food selected from an imaginative menu. Service is prompt and the bill quite reasonable by London standards.
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This gastro pub gets a top vote from me. It is our local, it has very friendly staff, a great bar atmosphere, comfortable and loungy. Marvellous gin and tonics. The restaurant has a simple but very good menu. English/European/bit of Asian fusion.
We first ate at the Abingdon in January 2016 and were concerned the food might not be as good as remembered -- thankfully, that was not the case. My husband had not been feeling well and wanting to eat light ordered the smaller portion of...More
It's a nice place with a nice menu and my friend (who paid) had a delicious lunch. I had a fabulous starter (parmesan souffle thing, can't recall the menu name of it) but I mistakenly chose (unusually) to have a burger. I cannot express how...More
I hesitate to criticise on of my chum's favourite dives, and it's a fun, friendly place, but I was disappointed by the prices of the wines! There is a shortage of affordable wines available, and this is the kind of place that should offer a...More
I took two of my sons here for dinner and the food was very good. The server was very busy and under pressure but everything came as ordered. Altho the cocktail list is small the cocktails are prepared professionally and the ones we tasted were...More
We ate here one evening for a family birthday & were not disappointed. My kids wanted pizza which was only on the lunchtime menu, but after asking they were only too happy to accommodate us. The food was good, I had swordfish & my wife...More
Every time we come to London, we return to the Abingdon. For our wedding anniversary dinner, my husband offered any restaurant, and I picked the Abingdon without hesitation. We started with the duck spring roll appetizer which we could not share because it is so...More