The Stablehand

Built in 1839 on an old archery range, this neighbourhood gem quickly became a cherished meeting spot for residents looking to catch up with friends over a pint, and was frequented by notable locals throughout its history, from Winston Churchill to Tony Blair.

This quintessential British gastro pub sources most of their ingredients from the British Isles, and where that is not possible, from countries and territories with close links to Britain, such as lemons from Gibraltar. Head Chef Neville Defoe, born and bred in London, champions British produce through culinary favourites such as steak, fish pie, and the classic treacle pudding.

The cosy wood panelling and velvet furnishings amplify the relaxed and friendly atmosphere, making this the ideal retreat for after-work get togethers or a weekend treat with the family.

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