Located just off the King's Road, close to the Royal Marsden, this is a quintessential "Hurray Henry" pub. Large TV screens were showing the Ashes and, on the mid-July Thursday lunchtime we were there, the clientele were 95% male, middle aged, public school and all very pukka; "Made In Chelsea" it was not. Outside every other car was a black Range Rover with drug dealer windows, the rest were Ferraris with pass through exhausts.
The pub has some nice al fresco seating but the black metal tables in the sun were too hot to touch so the interior with punkahs on the ceiling made a cool eating place in both senses of the word. .
Visited with my interning daughter in the middle of the working day: one slightly small but tasty pepperoni pizza, one lemonade and one ginger beer, £17.00 is that good value? The pizza was thin and crispy but took the best part of 20 minutes to arrive - how hard can it be?.
St Luke's church Portico Cafe and garden next door with a sandwich would have been a good alternative.
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