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Bunch Of Grapes
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Address: 207 Brompton Road, London, SW3 1LA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1085) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Knightsbridge (0.4 miles), South Kensington (0.4 miles), Sloane Square (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (1.1 miles), London Paddington (1.4 miles), West Brompton (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.0/10 (rated by 36 users)
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Pleasant pub midwaybetween V&A and Harrods. Beer perfectly drinkable but not spectacular. Think it is probably the only real pub in the area.
Aztecgoat - 9 Nov 2019 10:19
Nice location, but the place is bad. My good advice is: Avoid!!!this pub. It could be so nice little pub, but its managed soooo badly. The old Landlady is very unprofessional, she forgot how to run a pub and make it attractive a long time ago. My boyfriend worked there a short period, they were always short of staff, ordering often messed up, cockroaches and mice running everywhere in the kitchen and even upstairs in the small dining room. He said the change of the management is really needed there. So, rating this pub: 1 out of 10, just because of the nice location.
kiritta - 5 Apr 2012 12:09
A traditionalfriendly London pub in an area dominated by tourist or designer bars
phil_27 - 14 Sep 2011 23:45
I must say that the previous recent comments pretty much have this hostelry sized; its Victorianised interior appears at least to be reasonably authentic, and suits the style of the building and layout. The pub is certainly commodious and can easily accommodate larger numbers, even though I didn't feel too conspicuous as a single drinker on my recent brief drop-in following a thoroughly consuming 3 hours at the V & A.
It is somewhere that blatantly markets itself as one of London's innumerable "traditional" pubs that serves real ale and decent grub, and observational evidence from my experience suggested that this works, although with the result that there is a sense of impermanency in the clientele and I imagine it would be a tall order to become known as a "regular" here, if indeed one had such modest ambitions.

The ale is indeed Greene King and whilst they are a commercially widespread brand that rarely sets beer enthusiasts' palates ablaze, in fairness the beer I drank at the BOG was impeccably kept; indeed some of the best GK I've had of late, so well done on that. Food looked to be in good order, with hefty portions being dished up around me, but not being in need of solids I didn't partake myself so can say no more.

On balance a perfectly reasonable pub in which to take a quick pint, and certainly one that rises above many of its peers which plough a similar furrow. However, not somewhere one should necessarily seek out. If you've a dry mouth following the air-conditioned hermetic experiences of the museum or Harrods, it may do the job; otherwise, there's plenty more fish in the sea which conjure up a more lasting and authentic atmopshere and charisma.
TWG - 10 Jan 2011 18:04
Given its location, its surprising that this type of old-fashioned (in the best sense) pub has survived without being gastro-ified. Rather splendid Victorian interior with snob screens and open door partitions around the island bar, engraved mirrors and some interesting art deco light fittings. The layout means that some of the furniture is a bit cramped but there is a separate dining room upstairs. Four real ales on from the Greene King stable - IPA (a decent pint at �3.10), Royal London, Abbot and OSH.
rpadam - 30 Jul 2010 10:26

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