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The White Hart Review Chipstead. “The universally popular country boozer”.

If you like quintessential pubs, then you’ll like The White Hart in Chipstead, a Surrey Village, full of quaint rural…

Posted in Alfresco Dining Craft beer/ales Gastropub Good for Groups Informal Surrey

The Prince of Wales – Hampton Court. Delivers on its promise.

The Prince of Wales pub nestles itself in Hampton Court Village which is full of floppy eared dogs, arty-crafty shops,…

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Kings Head Teddington “Everything deserves a second chance”

The Kings Head in Teddington is part of the White Brasserie pub group, where the legend Mr Raymond Blanc (Le…

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The Ship Wandsworth Review. If you don’t get claustrophobic, then you probably will develop the condition as it gets utterly rammed to an inch of its life.

The ship is a boozer that overlooks the River Thames right by the traffic clogged Wandworth Bridge Road. You know…

Posted in Cheap Eats Craft beer/ales Farringdon Gastropub Open Kitchen Steak

The Eagle Clerkenwell – the bifeana is boss

The Eagle is a gastropub, a bare bones one that extoll the virtues of simple cooking as a pub should….

Posted in Craft beer/ales Gastropub Good for dates Good for Groups Informal Islington North of the River

Smokehouse Islington Review – food so good we forgave the imaginary service

Smokehouse Islington has been doing their thing since August 2013 and is one part of the quartet they call Noble…

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White Horse EC2 Broadgate Review… It’s a nod to boozy lunches and mischief when the gaffer turns his back

The White Horse is a stalwart City boozer with enough rustic charm to belong in the Surrey Hills – just….

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The Wigmore Review – a Mecca for heart-stoppingly good food

In the summer of 2017 something really special happened on Regent St, the end towards Regents Park away from the…

Posted in Craft beer/ales East End Gastropub Good for dates Good for Groups Informal

Marksman Review – Heavenly Buns in Hackney

I first came to the Marksman back in 2016, dined upstairs and thought it was solid that review can be…

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The Plough Inn Coldharbour – They’ll even cook your catch for you…

If I lived locally, The Plough Inn would be somewhere you’ll find me regularly. Why? As it’s bloody nice. They’re…