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Address: 17 Mossop Street, London, SW3 2LY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3526) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations South Kensington (0.4 miles), Sloane Square (0.5 miles), Knightsbridge (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (1 mile), West Brompton (1.4 miles), Battersea Park (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 24 users)
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user reviews of the Admiral Codrington, Brompton

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Overpowering smell of fish and chips in the bar, disinterested staff and OK Deuchars IPA at a hefty 3.55. And so I found it on 09-03-11.
grovetown - 10 Mar 2011 22:23
This place is pretty much how I imagined a pub to be in this area with its well heeled clientele and restaurant at the rear. The front drinking area is quite small with an island bar stocked with Black Sheep and Spitfire along with a standard draught selection. I found the staff to be very friendly and my Guinness was very good, but it was on the expensive side which is to be expected I suppose.

There is some nice covered outside seating to the left of the pub that was handy to escape the smell of coffee beans that was overpowering the pub. This is also the first place I have been in to and witnessed a large group of men order a round of large Bombay Sapphires with port chasers wtf!

This isnt really my sort of place, but it was busy when other pubs in the area were not so they have got their target market interested so good luck to them.
Strongers - 13 Jan 2010 10:36
Visited early on a Friday afternoon. Service was friendly enough, and the beer was ok. The rest of the clientele were obviously very well to do, but nothing wrong with that.

A solid pub, probably geared more towards food, but there's stools lined around the bear, so you can perch yourself on one of those and enjoy a couple - I didn't feel out of place reading my book.

And considering the fate of other pubs around here - the Australian and the Moore Arms are both now closed - this one deserves all the support it gets.
nmckenn - 7 Jul 2009 20:36
popped in here yesterday as its a pub ive wanted to visit many times, but could never find!lol! being tucked away off the beaten track meant that it wasnt overly busy and i found it a nice friendly bar with a cosy outside area for smokers. i didnt try the food, but the menu did look good, and was reasonably priced. drinks were a little pricy (large vodka+orange and a magners was 12.60) but as the bar had such a nice vibe about it, in my opinion it was money well spent!

in response to a previous posters comment, the cellar trap door is still open, but now has a huge cover over it that people bump into, rather than falling down the hole! lol!

i would certainly recommend a visit to "the cod", but unless you have an A-Z at hand, hail a cab as you would never find it otherwise! :D
thesloaneranger - 10 Mar 2008 21:56
We stopped by on a Friday night for dinner. The bar area is very cool--dark wood, typical pub atmosphere. The restaurant is ultra modern with excellent food, attentive service and reasonable prices for the high quality of the meals. We would go again
anonymous - 23 Sep 2007 11:52

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