Harden's survey result
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“Panic set in when it closed for a while”, but this “top-class neighbourhood gastropub” near Ravenscourt Park is “in great form” again according to most (if not quite all) reports, combining “hospitable” service with a “charming” setting and “interesting” cooking.
“It’s back, thank goodness!”, say fans of this “true gastropub” near Ravenscourt Park (which re-opened in new hands last year) – a “lovely”, if plain, old inn, long known as one of London’s very best, with “way-above-average” seasonal cooking; not absolutely everyone’s still smitten though – refuseniks say it’s “good that it’s returned, but it’s lacking something nowadays”.
Much to the relief of Brackenbury Village regulars, this acclaimed gastropub finally reopened in mid-2014, under the management of the old chef; early reports say its “ambitious” food and “wonderful and welcoming” ambience are just the same as ever.
“Best in the West!” – thanks to its “simple but superbly executed” British dishes, and its “successful balance between gastro and pub”, this Ravenscourt Park fixture is “always rammed”; the food rating, though, no longer hits the dizzying heights it once did.
The Anglesea Arms Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Hadn't been for a few years but glad that it still is a class act. Friendly service, great food (the rib of beef was superb) and a good selection of beers and wines (fairly priced also). i've never been a fan of the restaurant area, but the front of the pub is very cosy, especially with the fire roaring. Big thumbs up."
35 Wingate Rd, London, W6 0UR
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 9 pm