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 Crooked Well

169 user reviews 5

Located in the heart of Camberwell, The Crooked Well is an award-winning gastropub, fronting some of South London's tastiest plates. While interiors are traditional, the menu is anything but, with dishes such as Moroccan spiced lamb croquettes and celeriac steak served with kale, white beans and salsa verde.

Brook Green

194 user reviews 4

West London is a top and tasty land of seasonal bites and pub fare, that being of no exception when it comes to a destination like Brook Green. Not only a hotel cum bar with the luxury rooms to match, Brook Green promises the very best that our British isles have to boast.

The Porchester

89 user reviews 5

The Porchester is a cosy pub in the heart of Notting Hill. With tradition running through its core, the pub's team of chefs deal in only the finest, traditional recipes and serve up a selection of warming, homely gastropub treats. 

Richard The First

633 user reviews 4

With a laid-back atmosphere and beautiful furnishings, Richard the First is a tranquil pub in South London that offers locals and visitors in Greenwich a spot to recharge and relax. The bar is stocked full of craft beers and real ales, while offering a hearty menu of traditional gastro pub treats. 

King's Head Roehampton

439 user reviews 4

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.

The Cyclist

311 user reviews 4

Head to Balham where this unique pub and eatery offers an impressive selection of seasonal plates, from spiced aubergine flatbreads and Cornish sardines, to nourishment bowls, vegan burgers and grilled octopus.

The Guard House

483 user reviews 4

When it comes to British gastro dining in London, there's not many pubs that cover all bases quite a Young's pub. Head over to Woolwich for The Guard House and indulge your palate on seasonal plates and home-brewed London beer.

The Cow

779 user reviews 4

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 Britannia

256 user reviews 5

Awash with contemporary interiors and vintage leanings, she's a beauty for relaxed drinking and socialising. A haven for lovely gastronomy, The Britannia will do you dandy for a warming lunch or hearty dinner with dishes like Monkfish, Ham Hock and Local Rock Oysters to boots. 

The Owl and Pussycat

389 user reviews 4

Shoreditch may not be your first bet for great gastro pubs in London, but there's a few destinations that might surprise and impress you. Boasting affordable pub grub that nods to gastro goodness and seasonal produce, the Owl and Pussycat is a cutesy vintage pub doing it right.

Union Tavern

22 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,

The Trafalgar Arms

592 user reviews 4

Grandly proportioned but offering warm and welcoming vibes, The Trafalgar Arms is a gem of a gastro pub in London. The kitchen staff work with the finest local ingredients and it shows; the menu is packed with fresh and artisanal plates well worth digging in to.

Prince of Wales

30 user reviews 5

Searching for South London's best gastropubs? Prince of Wales in Putney is an unmissable spot for seasonal drinking and dining. Choose between the heated terrace or cosy indoor dining room before diving into the menu of fresh seafood, juicy steaks and wholesome Sunday roasts.

The Morpeth Arms

539 user reviews 5

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 Rose and Crown

714 user reviews 4

With its roots dating as far back as the 17th century, The Rose and Crown is a dainty pub in Wimbledon. Offering a selection of real ales and craft beers, the kitchen serves seasonal British treats and crowd-pleasers. Think hearty cuts of meat, catch of the day and flavoursome roasts.

The Lamb

410 user reviews 5

The Lamb in Holborn has acted as a constant figure in an area of continuous change, with its roots harking as far back as 1729. Propped up by a diverse menu of seasonal treats and a stunning selection of fine wines, spirits and craft beers, it has everything you need for a lazy weekend. 

The Hero of Maida

15 user reviews 5

Set in West London, The Hero of Maida is a gorgeous traditional Victorian Boozer complete with an upmarket dining room on the second floor. First opening in 1878, the space has benefited from a sleek and sophisticated face-lift, with the menu featuring both British and French cuisine.

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.