Harden's survey result
“The kitchen is on song” at this “brilliant gastropub” in a side-street near Ravenscourt Park, long known as one of the capital’s best, thanks to its “proper” cooking and characterful interior, complete with “roaring fire” in winter, and small outside terrace. Service – historically a weak point – is “attentive and accommodating” too.
“Back to its former glory. Hurrah!” – This “well-established pub” in a side street near Ravenscourt Park is “just what a gastropub should be with a cosy pubby bit at the front with a roaring fire (offering some quality ales) and a restaurant bit at the back” serving “exceptionally well thought-through dishes at very reasonable prices”.
“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”.
|Wine per bottle||£19.00|
35 Wingate Rd, London, W6 0UR
|Monday||6 pm-10 pm|
|Tuesday||6 pm-10 pm|
|Wednesday||6 pm-10 pm|
|Thursday||6 pm-10 pm|
|Friday||12 pm-3 pm, 6 pm-10 pm|
|Saturday||12:30 pm-3 pm, 6 pm-10 pm|
|Sunday||12:30 pm-9 pm|