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.




The Selkirk

137 user reviews 5

Dining in South London and prime for some gastro gorging? You need to get yourself a table at The Selkirk, and sharpish. Head on down for stunning British plates alongside a unique and bosomous roster of international wines.

Union Tavern

21 user reviews 4

Sporting a warm and friendly environment, an oh-so-tempting selection of craft beers and a menu of delicious, fresh and wholesome pub classics, The Union Tavern is an ideal North London drinking den. Oh, and add all of that to the fact that it boasts an enviable canal side location,

Market House

171 user reviews 4

Market House is a beautiful Victorian pub situated in the bustling centre of Brixton. This venue frequently invites different chefs from London's best pop-up food stalls to to take over the menu, with a rotating residency in the kitchen, so the food here is always fresh and fun. 

Sun of Camberwell

306 user reviews 4

There are so many pubs in London that boast a kitchen, but none quite like The Sun of Camberwell. While their Sunday roast is ever the winner, it's their continued efforts in the gastro department that promise the ultimate in casual, British dining. 

Three Cranes

6 user reviews 5

Located in the heart of the City, Three Cranes is a gorgeous Victoria townhouse turned gastropub. Spread across five floors, this elegant venue features a ground floor bar, two dining rooms and serviced apartments on the upper floors. Menu highlights include the much-lauded steak tartare and the traditional smoked eel.

George IV

178 user reviews 5

Head over to this charming spot and enjoy a game of monopoly with a pint London Pride's in hand. Hungry? Tuck into a cracking menu that places heavy emphasis on fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. Here, you'll find rustic British cuisine and delicious daily specials.

The Driver

320 user reviews 5

Situated in a prime location close to King's Cross station, The Driver is a north London pub with charm. Whether it's a casual drink, private party or corporate event, this spacious watering hole can cater to you. There's even outside areas for those warmer months.