Located across the Green from the more famous White Horse, this pub is proving competition for its more widely-known compatriot. Long gone are the hoards of footy fans that rampaged through here on the way to Craven Cottage, and a much more civilised experience is on offer. Thankfully, the lovely Victorian tile work at the front of the pub has been left intact after the last refurb - it positively glows. There's an extensive international wine list, and the beers on the pumps are all Wells and Young's, hardly surprising as they had a massive presence just over the river until recently. The food looks good, if a little pricey (even for London), but that's probably a by-product of where it is. And it doesn't seem to stop the locals tucking in. Worth a look - particularly if you can't get into the pub across the way.
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Reviewed by septic
27 Nov 2009