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Address: 871-873 Fulham Road, London, SW6 5HP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1692) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Parsons Green (0.3 miles), Putney Bridge (0.4 miles), Fulham Broadway (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Putney (1 mile), West Brompton (1.1 miles), Wandsworth Town (1.3 miles)

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Closing this week after decades of business - very sad to see it go, but the mass exodus of antipodean working holiday makers that kept it afloat with Sunday evening parties kick started it's decline. Towards the end, on the average week night you'd have been lucky to see more than a dozen or so people drinking there, and sometimes half that. This place was an institution for many, many years but ultimately, a massively refurbished and relaunched bar across the road attracted more trade, so the P&P were left with the die-hard regulars, despite offering better prices and friendlier staff.

The place had the best staff in all of Fulham, and nowhere else could touch it for that. It struggled with producing good quality food but it wasn't bad by any means.

Ultimately, one of the giants of this end of Fulham with a worldwide reputation and history, has fallen. Rumour has it that a licensed venue is already lined up to replace this one, so we will see what will become of it.
spurious - 25 Jul 2010 21:27
Now badly in need of refurbishment the P&P on Fulham Road was the first of the brand to open in the country in 1986.
Sadly it has fallen into massive decline and has gone from being one of the busiest pubs on the strip to the quietest. Rumoured to be closing a fortnight today, how the mightly have fallen.

SotonAleDrinker - 9 Jul 2010 17:35
The P&P is a the biggest pig pen EVER. I was led to believe that it was a pleasant place, however, I popped in for a pimms on Sunday and was shocked to discover the plethora of penis that was looking for some pussy to penetrate. The food tasted like puss and made me puke. There was poo and pee all over the toilets floors and when I finally got the bar man to pull a pint it got knocked over by plonker pashing a phat pig. All in all it was pure piggery.
123pashafat - 17 Dec 2007 11:34
As the original Pitcher and Piano, the Fulham bar has maintained its authenticity through means of atmosphere, yet grown with the times to become the perfect meeting spot on Fulham Road. There is a decent, eclectic menu of food and drink, with the cocktails, in my mind, reigning king. The latest creation, called �Finish in the Pink�, is a peculiar combination of Rose wine teamed with vodka and muddled with fresh berries. I never thought such a mix would be so tasteful! The bar has a very welcoming vibe, and the staff are always willing to accommodate our varying requests (with a smile on their face)! Like all good �home from home� bars, P and P has a terrific menu. The grub is well priced and the portions are generously sized getting you value for your money. Great selection of burgers made with prime British beef and lamb that will satisfy the hungriest of people. If burgers don�t tickle your fancy, there are plenty of alternatives, including a range of salads, open sandwiches and light bites, all of which are as mouth-watering as the next. As a professional, I enjoy the bar to get away from the �meat-market� culture familiar to a number of the surrounding bars. It�s the perfect location for all occasions.
anonymous - 25 Jun 2007 15:06
A bit expensive and pretentious.

The sunday ozzie meat market in the evening is a laugh but on the other days of the week it is a smart hang out where you can look out on to Fulham Road which is pretty cool and enjoy a nice drink whilst not thinking of the price!
anonymous - 13 Sep 2006 18:27

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