Harden's survey result
Backing onto the rear of Queen’s Club in Baron’s Court (and with a cute small garden for sunny days) – “a good, standby local pub” given a very stylish revamp a couple of years ago, and serving “a decent array of dishes”. “The ambience varies a bit depending on where you are sat in the dining room”.
“Excellent for some comfort food and a decent drink at the end of the day” – this year-old rejuvenated old tavern (nowadays owned by Hippo Inns) is set deep in the backstreets of Barons Court. A brilliant back garden is a big draw.
At the rear of Queen’s Club, this Baron’s Court boozer has been transformed by Hippo Inns from one of London’s more quirkily characterful and old-fashioned backstreet pubs into a particularly stylish modern gastro’ haunt (with fab back garden). Ratings are undercut by the odd uneven report, but all agree the straightforward cooking here has potential.
The Colton is a true West London gem. Run by Dorothy and Norman, together with their son Jonathon for 50 years, the Colton became a hub of the community. After 50 years left relatively untouched, The Colton was in need of a little TLC. Rupert, and his wife Jo have lovingly restored the pub, preserving the character and country pub charm The Colton is famed for.
The Colton Arms is a village local in the heart of West London, with its copper bar tops, wood panelling and open fires. It’s warming in winter and convivial in summer. It’s the ultimate hideaway for a summer drink in the seclusion of the walled garden or cosying down by an open fire. Your secret unspoilt little corner of London.
|Wine per bottle||£22.25|
187 Greyhound Road, London, W14 9SD
|Monday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑12 am|
|Saturday||12 pm‑12 am|
|Sunday||12 pm‑10:30 pm|