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Address: 44 Elizabeth Street, London, SW1W 9PA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28437) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Sloane Square (0.3 miles), Victoria (0.3 miles), Hyde Park Corner (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (0.3 miles), Battersea Park (1.2 miles), Queenstown Road Battersea (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 22 users)
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user reviews of the Thomas Cubitt, Belgravia

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How to work this one out, where to start. It is popular and that is always a good sign, but it does get busy. If you like a pint and standing near or at the bar then you'll struggle a bit. If on the other hand you like to grab a drink and a table with your mates then you'll find it ideal - but get there early or see if you can get a reservation. The waiter service works inside and out and we have doubled up on rounds to avoid the wait.
Fractionale - 11 Apr 2011 11:18
Lovley bar, but the service behind the bar was appalling. Staff were about as much use as a pork pie in a synagogue.

Not a place for a quick drink.
Lindacfs44 - 23 Mar 2011 17:11
"One for the road"
- Catching up with a mate wasn't a problem - if you can be bothered to go to the bar (which is cramped amongst the dinner tables)
- As the "public house" is mainly a restaurant there are more eating tables than anything else but....... if you do want to hang a coat on a peg by the bar and stand there with a pint it's good. The atmosphere is good and when you find out that all the tables are booked up (and you can't get food there) when you ask for "one for the road" the barman is quick at getting you a pint (even if he's serving someone else).
Pyrrhula - 2 Mar 2011 22:43
This really shouldnt be on this site, it is without a shadow of a doubt, a restaurent. Every inch of space is taken for tables for dining, the bar area is cramped and always full. The food is pretty decent but not deserving of the prices, belgravia or not. I had pint of adnams and it wasnt great, was a bit sad looking to be honest. Its a great place to take a women and impress her, but not a pub. not a place to meet for a drink.
Hobgoblin666 - 24 Nov 2009 02:33
Having made my maiden visit to this pub only yesterday, my initial impression was that it clearly thinks a lot of itself, and would seem to be a restaurant cloaked in pub's clothing. It is a pleasant, airy affair, but with only two cask ales on (surprising given the renewed emphasis on real ale in many pubs with a gastro-leaning - cue Cask Pub & Kitchen et al), and despite paying 3.50 for a pint of Adnams Bitter, it was decidedly warm and not especially enjoyable. Perhaps I was unlucky but it doesn't fill one's heart with hope.

I decided against eating, not because the offerings were uninviting, but the prices just didn't stack up for me. Solid classic British dishes with an occasional flirtation with France, but it would have had to have been phenomenally good to have justified the cost, and on the strength of the beer this was far from guaranteed.

I have to say the clientele were pretty Chelsea-ish (or failing that snotty Americans) and despite being dressed to the nines myself I still didn't feel particularly comfortable during my brief stay, especially being alone. In fact I'd expected this sort of crowd from my ultimate destination, the Ebury Wine Bar over the road, but oddly didn't find any snobbish affectations there.

I concur that the service seems friendly enough and I wasn't made to feel unwelcome for not being a diner. Would I go back? Even with a lady in tow? Maybe. But not in a hurry. I shall have to ask Clarissa if she's free....
TWG - 8 Sep 2009 18:12

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