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Address: 114, Lots Rd, London, SW10 0RJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23869) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Fulham Broadway (0.5 miles), Parsons Green (0.8 miles), West Brompton (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations West Brompton (0.9 miles), Clapham Junction (1.2 miles), Wandsworth Town (1.3 miles)

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Fine. Serves drinks. Serves food. About as inspiring as any pub in Chelsea is ever going to be.

If you enjoy Katie Meluah and buy CDs from Sainsbury's you'll probably love it.
tdm - 25 Nov 2014 15:05
A place where the monied and leisured classes go and pretend that they are just like the rest of us plebs. Oh Yah, it's just so down to earth, yeah? Looks a bit like a pub, but really, it's a poncy restaurant catering to the millionaire Sloanes who inhabit this bit of London. Surprisingly, it serves a good pint of Adnams and pork crackling as a bar snack. So, far from a waste of time in my book, although maybe a waste of money as cheap it ain't.

If you happen to be in the area (not that you would be) and are at a loose end, and happen to have 20 in your wallet that you are itching to see the back of, then pop in, you might like it. 6/10 seems fair to me.
Jay28 - 17 Oct 2008 11:37
Dreadful place. It used to be great a couple of years ago for sunday lunch - always busy, warm and welcoming with good beer. I went on Sunday 23rd Dec 07 for lunch with my wife, father and grandmother. I wish i hadn't bothered - food was awful. The place was cold and the staff were more interested in talking to the local Irish drunk who had staggered in for a pint or 10 swearing like I don't know what. Never ever go - bloody awful...
Therealdickie - 3 Jan 2008 17:26
Very much enjoyed a Sunday lunch here about six months ago. Unfortunately found ourselves disappointed with the offering last Sunday. The meal wasn't cooked to my request; I had asked for medium-rare and received very well done. When it was returned to me after I had sent it back to the kitchen, I was left with the feeling that it was such an inconvenience to the chef, that it was my fault the food wasn't cooked to my preference. We made our point clear to the manager and the meal was taken off the bill. It's still a nice spot, but that's all it is- rather insipid like the word nice...go there for drinks; the quality of the food isn't good enough to justify the high prices.
International - 23 Jun 2007 23:34
Dropped by for a swift one on Friday evening... Is certainly very gastro (church pews, rustic tables etc.) but had a cracking pint of Adnams, which in contrast to the previous posting, the barkeep must have raised their game somewhat. Food looked excellent coming out of the kitchen and the bar staff were very friendly. Maybe things have changed since the October postings? Handy for the 606 club next door.
Mr_Flash - 29 Jan 2007 12:57

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