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We stopped in for a traditional pub meal and a pint. The fish was large and the batter was very light and crispy but the mushy peas did not have a lot of flavor. The service was a little slow but that worked out well...More
Walked in for lunch and tried their lunch offer of drinks and main for £9.95. It was worth the money.
I tried the salmon and mackerel fishball with tartar sauce. Looks simple, but I was actually delighted with the taste. It was rich and moist...More
Three for evening meal in empty upstairs dining room above the busy bar
Rib Eye x 2 Salmon x 1 Pumpkin soup x 2 Mackerel starter x 1
All sides are additional including chips which made the overall meal very expensive at
£ 47 per...More
We ended up eating here as we were told we couldn't bring our teens in our original choice. Even though my husband was disappointed that they were out of fish & chips, the food was delicious. The service was decent. There were several tables that...More
We were looking for a place to have dinner on New year's Eve. We got there around 19:15 without reservation and they told us we could have a table until 21:00, they were really nice. We had Fish&chips, olives, broccoli side and pints. Everything was...More
After a pleasant stay in London - Westminster we had a nice dinner at the Warwick. Good burger, friendly staff, nice public. Just crowded enough for a good atmosphere. Good for a relax evening out close by the hotel.
In a busy section for restaurants between Victoria and Pimlico this was a bit of a gem. Even midweek it was busy but typical pub fayre to enjoy with a pint. Table service was good and efficient and food was served quickly.
We went here Sunday at noon to have a roast. The room is comfortable and airy. Normally at a pub you order at the bar. Here they also offer table service. The waiter was very friendly and attentive. I ordered the roast beef and my...More
This used to be a great, chilled local pub that was welcoming for all. For some reason the music has become drum and bass and garage. I've seen locals walking past and not coming in. A great loss to a Pimlico institution
Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighbourhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.