Authentic Italian restaurant offering fresh homemade pasta, fish & seafood and traditional pizza from Wood fired oven . Suitable for families and romantics in the evening when the restaurant is alit with candles. Big summer terrace for outside dining in summer months under fragrant Jasmine flowers to be enjoyed with a glass of prosecco or Aperol Spritz.
Born out of a love affair with hoppy beer We've brewed something special! Take a stroll down to Lewis Cubitt Park in Kings Cross and discover great beer, delicious food and a venue brimming with atmosphere Open from 8am everyday
A low-slung, boathouse inspired building, Gaucho Richmond is a sophisticated way to spend a day on the river. Inside, the glass-panelled walls offer panoramic sights of Richmond Bridge and Petersham Meadows, so you can enjoy glorious views at any time of year. And in the summer months – under the branches of a towering plane tree – the waterside terrace hosts an alfresco kitchen, serving up seafood barbecues alongside our authentic Argentine steak.
Perky by name and nature, our new lively and cheerful venue rounds up all the best bits a neighbourhood pub can offer. Embracing traditional values with a modern attitude, enjoy a large bar and dining space serving satisfying British food and drink from local suppliers and producers. Our dedicated sports area features giant screens showing all the latest games and our large outdoor terrace has fantastic views out over the Common. We are very partial to a party and would love to host yours. Get in touch, tell us what you need, and let us do the legwork. Whether you need a few tables for an overdue catch up with friends, an area to celebrate any kind of occasion or space to watch ‘your team of legends’ on our big screens, we will nail it.
Just over the Thames from Chelsea, tucked away behind cobbled Battersea Square, The Woodman quietly epitomises the traditional English country pub whilst occupying a prime spot at the heart of one of London’s oldest and most diverse districts. Run by an exceptionally accommodating family team and offering an irresistible mix of hearty home-cooked food, real ales and fine wines, the warm welcome you’ll receive from this long-established drinking and dining local will instantly win you over. Oak barrel tables, stock-piled logs, candlelit corners and a classic centre-piece bar create an intimate atmosphere rarely found in the capital, whilst The Woodman’s recently revamped Courtyard Garden provides a peaceful, quirky, outdoor haven that is arguably the best in Battersea. The Woodman is Battersea’s very own rustic retreat and welcomes families and pets alike
An authentic and atmospheric North London pub, The Old Ivy House is one of Clerkenwell’s most characterful, convivial hangouts - perfect for lingering over dinner and drinks with friends. With the pub close to Smithfield Market, fine, fresh produce is guaranteed here - and the same goes for the award-winning ales and lagers supplied by Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame. Food is available all day from an extensive range of superb-value menus which combine the best of British and Italian cuisine, and on Mondays, all main courses and pub classics are half price. There’s also a lazy late brunch served from noon every Sunday, and of course, a signature Sunday roast that rivals anything in the area. It all awaits, just a short walk from the Barbican Arts Centre, Sadler's Wells Theatre, the Angel Islington and City University. Whether you live locally or you’re out exploring North London’s tourist attractions, The Old Ivy House is one Clerkenwell pub where you can truly feel at home.
Welcome to The Lighterman, a pub, dining room and bar on Granary Square, Kings Cross. Our name is inspired by the industrial past of Kings Cross, and the Victorian Lightermen who worked on flat-bottomed barges, known as Lighters, on the canals and rivers of London. With three floors offering stunning views across Granary Square and the Regents Canal, The Lighterman is a place to relax and enjoy all-day drinking and dining.
When The Lansdownes doors first opened back in 1992, the aim was simple; to bring quality pub eating to Primrose Hill. 25 years down the line and The Lansdowne has become one of the stalwarts of the London pub scene. Our blackboard menu changes seasonally and our food is inspired by both Mediterranean & British cuisine. Best of all, The Lansdowne has that unmistakable feel of something traditional, with large wooden tables and high ceilings.