The Anglesea Arms, Chelsea - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1439)
- Food served, Real ale
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|C'est parfait.... yes, you might need to speak in other languages to communicate|
Pyrrhula - 3 Oct 2012 23:10
|A heaving mass of suits and summer dresses outside put me off a little but once I'd made my way inside I found there were plenty of people dressed more informally.|
It's obviously a very popular pub as space was at a premium and a seat was out of the question.
I had an Adnams Southwark which was ok. Broadside, Doombar and Greene King were amongst the other ales available.
There's an eating area at the back which was less crowded and an interesting painting of a naked woman on the wall.
I wouldn't mind returning when the place is less busy. Probably mid afternoon!
outtamehead - 24 Jun 2012 17:33
|My lady loves this place, I can't see what the attraction is. |
I shan't post anything to negative though as the main barman is an absolute diamond and always makes me laugh.
Maybe that's why she likes it.
HRHMICKEY - 27 Feb 2011 15:21
|One of the few genuine pubs left in the area - very good beer and not as expensive as you might think given the postcode. The hooray henries and henriettas can be a bit much in the evenings but the staff are great and the eccentric locals make up for it. |
There is a very nice outdoor area at the front but the giant brollies are positioned so that half those seated get rain down their backs and you can no longer move the chairs to get more comfortable because they have been replaced with some badly-designed benches nailed to the floor. The benches also have very sharp corners and are difficult to get on and off. Wheelchair users no longer have access because they are blocked by all the fixed furniture - a strangely retrogressive upgrade. Surely breaks the Disability Discrimination Act as access is now prevented .
Food is just a bit too posh for me and expensive with tiny portions. I ordered the cheeseboard selection to share and wasn't disappointed with the quantity and quality of cheese but 3 micro thin slices of stale walnut bread left us starving and unable to stomach all the cheese.
muttley - 19 Feb 2011 17:10
|"misunderestimates, misunderestimates, MISUNDERESTIMATES"|
Can't get my head round that one, bogporn. What are you going on about?
mistsiren - 12 Sep 2010 11:07
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