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The Queen Adelaide, Wandsworth - pub details

Queen Adelaide
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Address: 35, Putney Bridge Rd, London, SW18 1NP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5795) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations East Putney (0.5 miles), Putney Bridge (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Wandsworth Town (0.7 miles), Putney (0.7 miles), Earlsfield (1.4 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 61 users)
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user reviews of the Queen Adelaide, Wandsworth

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5 most recent reviews of 57 shown - see all reviews

trendy middle class pub, with an emphasis on dining but a great place for a beer none the less.

fantastic array of beers and the food is great. the decor is cosy yet fashionable. very friendly staff.

nice
CHELSEA_on_tour - 11 Aug 2014 18:11
This used to be a nice local but after an 'upgrade' they have totally destroyed it. The food is now posh with broad bean puree, celeriac mash and triple cooked chips. Couldn't even provide mayonnaise for the so called chips which were actually fries. Another customer was paying at the bar while I was there mentioning they sent back a certain dish because of a hair in the food.
A bit pricy as well
lippmaster - 3 Jan 2014 10:32
Pub 3 of a crawl

Checked out the website. Fresh from a fabulous transformation.

Didnt see it before but it now has absolutely no character. Well done to the architects.

Ginger & fig hadwash in the toilets. lots of pastel shades on the wall.
Basically a gastro pub by numbers.

Saying that 6 real ales. 3 from youngs and 3 guests. We had Portobello Star which was a whopping £16.36 for 4 pints. I did notice that the Youngs beer was a lot cheaper. Average £3.70ish for Special/Bitter.

Its just so samey for the area. And they played Fame on the juke box. Ouch


TheHorsesMouth - 8 Oct 2013 13:44
Stopped in the Queen Adelaide for dinner and a couple of pints mid week. It was less than half full and very pleasant. A good range of pu food was on offer anmd our choices, steaks and burgers, were very well cooked, tasty and at 10 a head good value for the quality and quanitity. The usual youngs beers were available and the Special and London Gold were well kept and enjoyable. We will be popping in here again to eat or just for a pint or three in future.
Mad123 - 20 Jul 2012 12:22
3 weeks ago sunday roast was served cold. This time realised we were over charged, we received a plain "sorry about that". When food arrived we became very dissapointed, tasteless rubbery burgers which are overly parsleyed. When waiter came back from kitchen, said that they didn`t have any problems today and no complaints received. This brought more annoyment to us as we were expecting "we`ll sort it out" approach but sadly they didn`t care. Manager saw the problem and didn`t even move his finger. We just left both our burgers, feeling hungry as we arrived If I`m dying from thirst I don`t think I`d go there for a drink. Cold staff apart from the waiter who did try to talk to kitchen. As another user said, yes it`s good for sport. %100 agreed. We will never eat there again.
local9753 - 5 Jun 2011 15:56

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