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The Cadogan Arms:298 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 5UG

Located in the heart of South West London, the Cadogan Arms is based in the heart of fashionable Chelsea.  Winner of 'Restaurant 'Magazine's R200 Pub Company of the Year' Award, 2010/11 The Cadogan Arms has an eclectic interior with stuffed animals adorning the walls and plenty of timber oak to go round. The fire place has been beautifully restored whilst the wearing timber floorboards provide a real rustic and authentic feel. There is an excellent range of cocktails with Old and New World wines in abundance for you to lock lips over. The focus is mainly on seasonal British produce with s...   more ⇒

The Grazing Goat

The Grazing Goat

  Situated in the centre of Marylebone, the Grazing Goat is by Portman Village on New Quebec Street, which lies close to Portman Square (formerly the Bricklayers Arms). "The first Lady Portman being allergic to cows and their milk requested the land was used for goats to graze on" This gastro pub is from the same stable as the Cubitt House group which feature other venues including the Orange Public House in Pimlico. This contemporary country house is stylish and oozes glamour in its Marble Arch address. There is a careful wine list with a number of exciting cocktails to choose from. The...   more ⇒

Anchor and Hope: 36 The Cut, Waterloo, London, SE1 8LP

Situated in the heart of South East London, the Anchor and Hope provides a fabulous culinary experience to hungry diners who yearn for a modern gastro pub experience.  If visitors are feeling adventurous there are a number of places to explore within the local area to whet your appetite. This includes being on the doorstep of the Southbank. Here you will have the opportunity to enjoy a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants as well as numerous galleries and event spaces. This includes the Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery and not to mention the Tate Modern where numerous exhibition take...   more ⇒

The White Swan: 108 Fetter Lane, London EC4A 1ES

With its ideal position in the heart of the City, the White Swan is a three floor venue serving a range of sophisticated gastro pub cuisine.  Located in the financial district, visitors will have the chance to explore some of the oldest streets in the capital. This is where the movers and shakers are as well as a large quantity of the major banking institution in the world. In addition to this, there are a number of shops, bars and restaurants to choose from in the vicinity not to mention individual boutique stores. Farringdon is within close proximity to the site which includes a number ...   more ⇒

The Pantechnicon Public House & Dining Room

  Situated on Motcomb Street in the heart of Knightsbridge, the Pantechnicon is famous for being named after the storehouse for antiques that used to belong to London notables. Dating back to the 1830’s, The Pantechnicon Public House and Dining Room lies across two grandiose floors. On the first floor you will find a stunning dining room which is both light and spacious featuring a host of sash windows and intricate wall panelling. The outstanding customer service will ensure you will experience a fabulous evening whether with friends, family or a loved one. There is a bar which is ...   more ⇒

Duke of Cambridge

Positioned in the heart of North London, the Duke of Cambridge is considered to be one of the best gastro pubs when it comes to serving ethical and organic products. Since its inception back in 1998, the Duke of Cambridge, the focus tends to be on providing hungry diners with a spectacular variety of organic and fresh produce not to mention drink. This is all carefully sourced from their producers. You will able to see the menu change twice daily on the gastro pub staple which is the blackboard. Their fish are all approved by the MCS or Marine Conservation society with the meat coming from sm...   more ⇒