The Chelsea Ram, Chelsea - pub details
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|Went in here before a match at nearby Stamford Bridge. A somewhat gentrified pub serving gastro grub to a largely well-to-do customer base even on a matchday. I suppose it is befitting of the area. That said the pub maintains some charms and keeps a reasonable selection of drinks albeit at higher end prices. I wouldn't go out of my way again to visit the Ram however my visit wasn't by any means too bad under the circumstances. Average. |
Richard_ReadingFC - 23 Aug 2012 18:14
|Odd place, a bit like watching TV in your Nan's living room... all floral and twee. Had a pint of Pride, well several actually... poured well enough, service was ok, so worth staying as we had a table in what was a very busy night. Can't complain all in all... just a bit too flowery in decor.|
Fuller_Beer - 16 Jun 2012 09:53
|Just opened after a refurb by the new management team (Geronimo).|
Decor. Laura Ashley circa 1993. In a word, horrible.
Staff. New manager has all the charm and people skills of a Latin American staff torturer.
Beer. No longer doing Ramrod in bottles. Young's bitter and guest ales in very bad condition.
Atmosphere: Awful. Staff have gone from happy and relaxed to stressed and taciturn (mainly due to the overly aggressive shrew who is now running the place).
Food: I wouldn't know. Myself and wife and child were turned away on the first evening due to lack of covers.
It's an awful thing when your local gets ruined. The Chelsea Ram has gone from being a quirky mixture of local boozer and gastro-pub to being a bland, mercenary chain pub. After 12 years as a regular I shall be voting with my feet.
silvermonkey - 2 Apr 2012 11:02
|Good-looking pub in a respectable area. Food is good, in the pricy-for-the-quantity bracket though. Drinks prices are pretty obscene. £4.95 for a pint of Peroni?? It's only lager! The ale is fine - but pint of Young's £3.80; not the way forward for a repeat visit.|
Klide - 23 May 2010 20:24
Classy Young's pub tucked away off Lots Road, but reflected in its prices.Beer quality good and consistent. Above average looking barmaids.
One of the better pubs to frequent before Chelsi (sic) home games
Polypinmath - 17 Mar 2010 13:14
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