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The Fox and Hounds, Belgravia - pub details

Fox and Hounds
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Address: 29 Passmore Street, London, SW1W 8HR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2418) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Sloane Square (0.1 miles), Victoria (0.6 miles), Knightsbridge (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (0.6 miles), Battersea Park (1 mile), Queenstown Road Battersea (1.2 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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user reviews of the Fox and Hounds, Belgravia

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5 most recent reviews of 51 shown - see all reviews

A little gem, and another welcomingly normal pub in one of London's poncier districts. I guess the poncy types don't do pubs because this, and the other 3 Belgravia beauties I sampled on a mid week afternoon, were (thinly) populated by friendly customers & staff, & I would be happy to call any one of them a local. My pint of Young's Bitter was 3.70; I was expecting it to be a pound dearer. Lovely pub.
Queenslander - 29 Oct 2015 21:45
An attractive pub, almost a throwback to the 1980s for all the wrong reasons. The beer was dreadful (Youngs Ordinary and Truman Invicta), the barmaid was bored, the landlady was keener to talk to her obnoxious friends rather than serve the customers, and there was no food. It is little surprise that the place was deserted at 7.30pm. Under proper management this pub should be thriving
simontheeditor - 7 Jul 2015 07:43
My experience was almost identical to the last review.... I came on a Camera pub walk (great book) which keeps leading me to gems like this. Apparently this was London's last beer house, with no spirits licence.

The pint of Young's I had was the best from that brewery I have had.

Superb.
Mappiman - 21 Jan 2015 20:22
This is a hidden gem. Possibly not to every one's taste nut if you like friendly, cosy, traditional, bit eclectic then well worth settling into.

It is small (almost tiny), though has amazing leather chesterfields to snuggle up on, and the books, prints, stuffed fox all work for me. The bar maid was great, and best of all no music! The clientele was mixed, though clearly local - ranging from arty bohemians to couples enjoying glasses of wine.

The beer was standard Youngs, but had run out of food when i washed thru
The_Speckled_Hen - 11 Feb 2014 14:49
Have visited this pub many times and always found it to good.
Very small and cosy and very busy at 7pm on Saturday but became comfortable at 8pm. The barmaid really had to work hard when it was busy and she did this very well and cheerfully.
rpf1955 - 15 Dec 2013 18:13

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