Grouse & Claret, Belgravia
our final review
posted by jack on 27/09/2007
Larger than a lot of the other pubs in Belgravia, this one still manages to attain the smart atmosphere you would expect of the area. It's made up of a saloon and public bar, with a separate cellar bar and upstairs restaurant and the comfortable atmosphere is created by dividers, booths and subtle lighting. The range of four H&W ales are always well kept, and the food counter offers a standard selection of lunchtime fare. The only pub we know that has an illustration of a grouse shoot above the front door, it's the sort of place where a copy of The Daily Telegraph makes for fitting reading material. Nearly a four pinter.
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14-15 Little Chester Street, Belgravia, London, SW1X 7AP
Victoria: Exit tube on to Buckingham Palace Road and make for the Coach Station. Cross the road and take your first right up Lower Belgrave Street. At the end of the street cross Eaton Square and proceed up Upper Belgrave Street. Take your first right, then first left and the pub is at the end of Wilton Mews. Hyde Park Corner: Take the exit for Grosvenor Place and walk down the road for about 10 minutes, before turning right down Wilton Street. Then right up Wilton Mews, at the end of which is the pub.