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Earl Percy, Ladbroke Grove

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Now Portobello House, Hotel, Bar & Bistro.

oak_cliff - 14 Mar 2012 23:05
seen updated website and unimpressed the old percy is no more
mickh - 20 Jul 2009 09:52
Its alright
LSEprof - 1 Jul 2009 23:39
Use to drink here in the nineties , come up from fulham and meet a few local mates in here , Was a great place then , good banter, good pint, A real throw back of a pub, Now i been living up the road since 2002 and wouldnt set foot in the place since it turned into a poncified pub, What with the Arthur up goldborne road being turned into a restraunt not many places to drink around here,
fulhamstar - 28 May 2009 22:05
used to work here early 90s with joe ryan,hope all regulars are well.
mickh - 26 Jan 2009 15:02
The lack of any ales or bitters warrants a sign outside warding off the unwary... I have friends who would have had heart palpatations faced with that. Settled for a pint of Guiness as options were limited.

Décor... No idea who the Irish guys were or how their interior design skills rated, but they'd be hard pushed to make it much worse. The place doesn't seem to know what it wants to be (pub, restaurant, bar? - hence only fizzy lager pop?).

Friendly staff, if a little slow...
Dr_Will - 21 Oct 2008 18:32
Victorian corner pub which has been given a paint job and had some original features removed, though the heated footrail remains. There are two rooms - one used as a bar, while the other is mainly used as a reasonably priced Thai restaurant. Seating is square pouffes. There's an interesting boar's head gun rack near the fire place. No cask ales offered. Stella Peeterman.
SilkTork - 23 Nov 2007 21:57
Pretty bar, not quite up-market, not quite down.
Food area seem nice, although the chooice of main bar menu is very standard fare, "Pizza, hand moulded and baked on the premises" seems a bit far fetched.
Amazing breast tattoos on the girl that served me, sorry if I was staring.
zagreb - 3 Sep 2005 23:26
The Percy's 'great' I'm a little bias as I worked there last yearand loved it. So what's this supercilious comment? Very different to our Aussie pubs but it has character and so to do the customers 'yikes' some stories. Mik the hat a reguar is worth meeting at any rate. Nice imported beers and a good selection. Keep trying to push those Sunday night DJ sessions, if it could be like it was for the Notting Hill carnival that would be fabulous. Look out for the preist and his double jamisons
Kate B - katebyford80@yahoo.com.au - 19 May 2004 06:20
Decor is nice, but it will never be up to standards of Aidan and Ronan, Two crazy Irish bastards who were here about ten years ago
andy byrne - 27 Mar 2004 02:16
They had a go at doing the place up and doing food but they've back-side into being a dirty local with supercilious bar-staff. The decor's alright but it's £2.90 for a dodgy pint of wife-beater.
MrScott - 20 Jan 2004 12:46
nice decor reasonable beer but let down by foul mouthed cretins running around drug fuelled begging especially a local "character" a scots man called Alex
Brieda - 8 May 2003 18:55
even though it has recently been referbished a nice, nononsence, london pub, full of local characters and none of that poncy shite you often get after a pubs been done up.
Richard - 21 Mar 2003 22:45

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