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Quite nice Sunday roast. Thought we would give this place a try after trying most of the pubs in the local area and after hearing good things. Beef was great as was the pork, the gravy was a highlight. Yorkshire’s and potatoes not the best...More
This pub has been our local for a while and we often enjoy popping in for a pint or two after work, we have eaten here previously and the food has always been tasty! Recently, however the quality of the food has gone downhill, they...More
The lady taking bookings was incredibly rude and kept hassling us despite us having a reservation and abiding by all Covid requirements. We were sat having drinks and she wouldn’t leave us alone, so much so we ended up leaving. I normally like the pub...More
From the second we walked in one member of staff run over to us, as we were carrying our son in a baby carrier we expected it to be bad news like most pubs. Instead we were told where they are available seats well, our...More
This was the second place we tried in the area and had to book several days in advance. We were delighted by the traditional style of the pub the open style kitchen, the friendliness of the staff, good service and excellent food. Between us we...More
I first spotted this pub from a fast-moving train on the tracks above, speeding towards Clapham Junction. Among the darkened rooftops, I saw far below the well-lit sign of the Fox and Hounds, and decided to pay it a visit another day.
Late in the...More
After a long day of exploring London, we stopped in the Fox & Hounds for dinner and drinks. We were not disappointed. All of the food and drinks were wonderful and the atmosphere suited all. While we weren't there on the specific night, there were...More