Shuckburgh Arms, Brompton
our final review
posted by pubdog on 9/11/2001
A sadly empty (when we were last there), nice big old place. Specialises in Guinness - plenty of pumps - so often appears in Irish pub listings. There's an extensive, cheap, but rather unimaginative menu, but if you're hungry, who cares? Sport on the TV, you could do a lot worse.
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47 Denyer Street, Knightsbridge, London, SW3 2LX
Sloane Square: cross the square and take the road to the left of Peter Jones department store. Turn right and walk to Milner Street(4th left) then turn left. Walk along Milner Street and you should see the pub in front of you. From South Ken turn left down Pelham Street, when you get to the junction with Fulham/Brompton Road cross it and then turn right down Draycott Street (almost straight ahead of you). Denyer Street is 4th left and the pub is at the other end of the short street.