Harden's survey result
“Eager staff”, a proper “local pub atmosphere” and a “great menu” of modern British dishes make this a “real discovery” just a stone’s throw from the Thames. The oldest boozer in Chelsea (est. 1708), it has served pints to luminaries including JMW Turner, Dylan Thomas and Bob Marley.
The oldest boozer in Chelsea is now a gastropub with an “awesome new chef” who turns out “great pub food”. Under the same ownership as the Sands End in Fulham, it’s “always welcoming” and “excellent value”.
Chelsea’s oldest boozer is nowadays a stablemate of the Sands End in Fulham, and it wins consistently good scores with its “friendly local atmosphere” and some “excellent” pub nosh.
This “stylish dining pub” – Chelsea’s oldest boozer, now revamped as a stablemate of the Sands End in Fulham – wins consistent praise for its “high-quality, reliable cooking”.
The Cross Keys Restaurant Diner Reviews
"A real discovery thanks to my Hardern's guide. Not knowing it before its refurb, I liked the look and feel of it. Friendly and helpful staff and great food, which was a little above average pub food. It still appears as if it's kept its "local pub" atmosphere. Always a nice touch."
|Wine per bottle||£19.50|
1 Lawrence Street, London, SW3 5NB
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Mon - Fri noon - 3 pm; 6 pm - 10 pm; Sat 11 am - 4 pm, 6pm - 10 pm; Sun noon - 9 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 9 pm