Best Pubs In West London

If you're anything like us, then sipping on an ice-cold bevvy in a gorgeous riverside beer garden is second to none. From swanky haunts fronting stunning interiors and mouthwatering bottomless brunches, to cosy boozers which offer drool-worthy wings, we have rounded up the very best pubs in West London.

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Last updated on 18th April 2024

Bell & Crown

Home to a fabulous selection of fresh ales and hearty fare, Bell & Crown in Chiswick is a top choice for boozers in the city. Positioned perfectly on the banks of the Thames, this gorgeous hotspot provides the perfect backdrop for alfresco dining or wildlife watching.

The Sydney Arms

Chelsea pubs don't get much better than the super-friendly Sydney Arms. Not only is this place a haven for sports fan, spanning everything from footie to Wimbledon and horse racing, but there's a lineup of British classics and grill dishes on the menu too.

East Putney Tavern

The East Putney Tavern is a standout West London pub. Found on Upper Richmond Road, it boasts a vibrant atmosphere along with a wide selection of tipples from craft beer to delicious gin. The food menu is tempting, featuring a sirloin of Cumbrian beef roast and sticky toffee pudding.

Lots Road

If you're seeking a top-notch West London boozer, then venture to Lots Road. Not only does this pub offer a cosy space filled with HD screens for those all-important sports showings, but also a gastro menu to boot. Our favourite? It has to be the harissa chicken burger.

Stonemasons Arms

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Off the beaten track on Cambridge Grove, The Stonemasons Arms is a popular family-friendly pub with a rustic charm, all decked out in champagne-coloured walls and a framed collection of stonemasons' tools. Serving honest and fresh grub along with the finest ales and wines, this cosy boozer is ideal for a pre-show dinner or a post-show drink with goodies like pulled-pork croquettes and Chablis white wine on offer.

Red Lion, Barnes

Red Lion in Barnes is a gorgeous pub with a stunning interior: think mosaic lights, large, stained glass windows and dark wooden pillars tower up to the ceiling. Equipped with a log fire and a heated outdoor terrace, it's the perfect drinking and dining destination all year round. Enjoy a menu packed with pub classics like beer battered haddock, cheeseburgers alongside skin-on fried plus chicken and leek pie, as well as scrumptious sandwiches.

Scarsdale Tavern

If you're strolling around Holland Park and looking for a pit stop that'll satisfy your pub grub cravings, then look no further than Scarsdale Tavern, nestled in a Kensington residential area, away from the bustle of the city. This charming boozer is decked out with golden lanterns hanging from the ceiling and wooden flooring. It boasts an irresistible menu, featuring warming Sunday roasts, beer-battered haddock and triple-cooked chips, plus  Sri Lankan sweet potato and green bean curry.

The Admiral Codrington

Located on Chelsea's Mossop Street, The Admiral Codrington is a cosy and sophisticated gastropub. You'll find comfy leather seating, traditional wooden paneling and TV screens showing live sport here, as well as a heated outdoor terrace. Their menu features everything from aubergine and chickpea curry to beef burgers or a rotating pie of the week, with plenty of guest ales and spirits up for grabs too.


Latymers is a unique West London pub thanks to its mirrored ceiling and comes equipped with cosy leather booths, as well as street-side tables to enjoy a pint alfresco when the weather warms up. Not to mention it also has a delicious Thai menu featuring favourites like aromatic green curries and banana fritters for dessert. 

Old Pack Horse

Shimmy on over to the Old Pack Horse in Chiswick for a traditional boozer with plenty of charm. While surrounded by wood panelled walls and retro lampshades, get stuck into craft beers, real ales and delicious Thai food.

Fox And Duck

If you find yourself in the depths of West London's Richmond, looking for a warm and toasty pub to kick back in and enjoy a pint or two, look no further than the Fox and Duck. Situated only minutes from the park and boasting an open fire, you can feast on delicious grub and indulgent puds.

The Ram

Located South West over in Wandsworth, The Ram is a gorgeous hideout for sinking tasty drinks and nibbling on scrumptious grub. Boasting a warm, cosy atmosphere, with leather sofas and ambient lighting, it's ideal for casual catch-ups with pals and relaxed date nights.

The Spencer Arms

The Spencer Arms can be found on Lower Richmond Road, making sure you get your fix of a laid-back and traditional yet contemporary pub. You can nab meals made from locally sourced produce, plus there are real ales brewed nearby and ciders aplenty to wash it all down.

Hare & Hounds Osterley

The ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of Hounslow, Hare & Hounds is a beautiful country pub decked out with candle-filled fireplaces, a mix of seating options, and photograph-adorned walls. Surrounded by lush green fields and stunning outdoor space, it's the perfect place for a spot of home-cooked grub like potato gnocchi and chilli beef nachos, as well as ice-cold pints of lager and cider.

Sporting Page

Boasting a long, panelled bar, dark wood seating and retro pictures lining the walls, Sporting Page boasts a bucketload of charm. Make your way over to this Chelsea pub for scrumptious seafood suppers and an excellent choice of tipples.

Tap on the Line

In the heart of West London, perched right next to the tracks of Kew Garden Station is Tap on the Line. It's a warm and inviting pub, adorned with pretty artwork hanging from its brick walls and flooding with natural light. The bar stocks an array of beers, ales and wines to quench your thirst, and the menu is packed full of favourites. From delicious brunches featuring soft, fluffy brioche buns loaded with eggs and bacon, to midday munchies full of burgers or fish and chips, this place has it all.

The Grange Ealing

Offering up a delicious range of British produce, The Grange is a top choice for pubs in Ealing. This Victorian-style eatery touts an Insta-worthy outdoor space, alongside a heated secret garden for the cooler months. For those wanting to quench their thirst, they also have a diverse wine menu.

The Brown Cow

The Brown Cow is only moments away from Parsons Green, offering a quaint hideaway from the bustle of the city. It boasts cosy, rustic interiors such as wooden benches equipped with candles, and leather sofas perfect for snuggling up in. If you're a fan of elevated pub fare, then you'll love this boozer's menu, featuring the likes of seafood arancini with saffron aioli, fish tacos, tandoor chicken thighs and more.


If you're on the hunt for a charming pub in West London that's tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city, then look no further than this Grade-II listed boozer, the Forester. It's serving up delicious sticky toffee puds, juicy roasts and wonderful Thai food, plus an array of beers and wines. 

Prince's Head

The home of AFC Richmond (Ted Lasso, anyone?), Prince's Head is a rustic-style boozer that's been around for over 300 years. This historical tavern is a timeless hotspot serving contemporary food, hearty Sunday roasts, and quality real ales in a cosy, friendly atmosphere. Head down for a spot of beer-battered haddock served with triple-cooked chips and crushed minted peas as you down a pint of craft lager or two. Coffee or tea more your thing? They've got you covered there too.