Pubs in London

London Business Directory
 

  • Greystoke – A traditional British pub offering great British pub food, including our famous Fish & Chips and our delicious burgers and scrumptious pies. A wide range of drinks is on offer; including cask ales, featuring our very own 1730 Special Pale Ale, craft beers, refreshing ciders, fantastic wines and perfectly served spirits.
  • Paxtons Head – The Paxton’s Head is a superb example of a Grade II listed Victorian tavern in the Knightsbridge area of London. It has kept its original timber front and the inside a number of etched glass mirrors are displayed.
  • Prince of Wales – The Prince of Wales is a traditional, British pub, serving great freshly cooked traditional pub food. Our menu is in the best tradition of British pub food. Best enjoyed with a drink, friends and always with a warm welcome.
  • The Old Swan – A historic London Pub in Kensington area. We’ve played host to illustrious personage such as Christopher Wren, William III and Queen Mary. We’re proud to say our menu is packed with Great British pub food classics, including iconic dishes like our hand-battered fish and chips, pie and mash and succulent burgers.
  • Anchor Bankside – Situated on one of the most historical reaches of the Thames, the Anchor Bankside lays claim to fascinating, and somewhat gruesome historical associations.
  • Zetland Arms – The Zetland is the oldest building left in the area and Charlie Chaplin was reputed to have bought the Zetland for his brother Marlon and his mother.
  • Chelsea Potter – Situated in the heart of the once trendiest street in the world, the Chelsea Potter on the King’s Road is a traditional English pub and boasts a long history that has made it a favourite with the likes of Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones.
  • Crooked Billet – Tucked away on a friendly corner of Wimbledon Common, The Crooked Billet has been part of the Young’s family since 1881. Proudly serving our award winning cask ales and craft beers, fine selection of wines and spirits. All of which are matched perfectly to our hearty, home prepared menu.
  • Whittington Stone – This pub is styled in a modern, yet traditional, theme. It has a large sports area with pool table, darts board, also showing SKY and BT Sports and well-laid-out restaurant. The outside area is ideal in which to sit and enjoy the sunshine.
  • The Dog and Duck – A small community pub, ‘a proper local’, described as a traditional English pub with Irish ‘craic’. The pub is renowned for exceptional hospitality with great atmosphere and excellent staff.