Gastropubs in London

An influx of new, trendy gastropubs in London has revolutionised our idea of 'pub grub.' Fresh ingredients and modern drinks menus are the new standard - a break away from the traditional, but not quite restaurant formal. Whether you're looking to impress your old folk with a scrumptious Sunday lunch, sweep a loved one off of their feet with a dinner date or you're simply after an evening of eating and drinking with friends, these trendy gastropubs in London promise the whole hog.

Last updated on 17th July 2019




The Morpeth Arms

252 user reviews 4

Rugby World Cup Warm Up Offer and 1 other offer

Ideal for those lazy weekends or perhaps a frivolous drink after work, the Morpeth Arms acts as a metropolitan sanctuary, offering escape from the constantly bustling world outside. Full of regal decor and vibrant decorations, it's the food and drinks menu that really stands out. 

The Bull - Geronimo Inns

199 user reviews 4

Christmas Treat and 1 other offer

The Bull has got the 'contemporary English heritage pub' style down pat. Bedecked in rustic features, clad in tartan and boasting a bountiful amount of stags heads, this charmingly-Anglian gastropub is perfect for classic British roast or a pint of London's Pride. 

King's Head Roehampton

155 user reviews 4

Rugby Warm Up Matches Breakfast & Brunch

A showcase of delicious, British ingredients, this pub offers pub classics with a modern edge and sample dishes include pork ribs, sausage & mash, Shepherd's pie and burgers. There's an extensive choice of boozy favourites to wash all this lovely grub down with as well.

Records & Roasts: Bottomless roast veggies and Yorkshire puddings! and 1 other offer

Neatly tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, The Adam and Eve is the perfect spot to refresh and recharge from a day spent on your feet. Expect a hearty selection of warming ales, a quirky choice of bottled beers and a range of delectable tipples. 

The Cow - Geronimo Inns

506 user reviews 4

Pint of Youngs Original and Burger for £14.50 and 1 other offer

The Cow is a gastropub in Westfield Stratford City, right opposite the splendid Olympic Park. This lively spot boasts spectacular views, a delicious menu and splendid selection of drinks. Head down after work for a pint of premium ale and a packet of pork scratchings over a game of ping pong.

The Crown - Geronimo Inns

294 user reviews 4

Six Nations Guinness offer

Whether out front in the beer garden, upstairs on one of the terraces or in the main bar, The Crown is a great spot for a boozy catchup with friends. Expect a cracking atmosphere, a delicious range of hearty English grub and an array of fine wines and ales.

The White Swan

108 user reviews 5

The White Swan is the perfect place to enjoy a boozy lunch, a hearty Sunday roast or even a catered private party. This gastropub has a traditional bar area downstairs and a formal dining room on the first floor - on either, tuck into some of the best pub food in London. 

The Old Queen's Head

27 user reviews 4

All cocktails are £5 every Wednesday!

The Old Queen's Head offers American diner grub to line your stomachs in preparation for the inevitable late night partying. They also offers a strong British roast every Sunday for the traditionalist in you,, making it a fun, well-rounded gastropub in North London.

Lamb Tavern

213 user reviews 4

Order food to watch the Rugby World Cup and receive a complimentary round

There's certainly not a shortage of top pubs in the city, but we've always had a soft spot for the Lamb Tavern. Visit and you'll find a beautiful three-storey hangout, made up of a lively bar, an attractive Mezzanine level and a private hire Dining Room with stunning views.

The Queen Adelaide

205 user reviews 4

Rugby Brunch

The Queen Adelaide is a Putney favourite for ambient boozing and relaxed socialising. Decked out in amber tones and comforting furnishings, this pub is something of a classic yet contemporary pub where you can revel in their 'secret' garden for some alfresco drinking and dining endeavours. 

Based just a stone's throw away from the banks of the River Thames, the chefs have worked tirelessly at the Bull's Head to build a menu of carefully balanced, hearty British dishes. With a beautiful bar full of all your favourites, the venue adds extra charm with its cosy furnishings.