Ladbroke Arms

Bars and pubs Holland Park
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Ladbroke Arms
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The prominent, self-standing pub sign on the front terrace proudly declares ‘Free House’, and sure enough, the Ladbroke Arms is a law unto itself.

Happy to cater both to moneyed fortysomethings sinking sancerre on the sunny front terrace, and to ale aficionados after a pint of Sharp’s Doom Bar or Twickenham Spring Ale, the Ladbroke stands on a quiet, residential street in Holland Park lined with police cars attached to the station opposite.

The decor in the light main bar is noteworthy, with an original 1920s poster for Fap’Anis (‘celui des connoisseurs’ and worth a few bob) on one side, a display shelf full of decorative bottles of olive oil on the other. A back room fills with middle-aged chatter, while one narrow corridor behind provides peace and quiet for book-readers – every pub should have one. Dining is of the smart, upscale variety.

Venue name: Ladbroke Arms
Contact:
Address: 54 Ladbroke Road
London
W11 3NW
Opening hours: Open 11.30am-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-2.30pm, 7-9.30pm Mon-Fri; 12.30-2.45pm, 7-9.30pm Sat, Sun
Transport: Tube: Holland Park tube
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Lise M
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Tastemaker

I've recently visited this lovely gastropub for a weekend lunch. I have been very surprised by the quality of the food. Everything was  delicious, very well cooked and seasoned. I had the grill fillet of brill and then an apple and blackberry crumble with an elderflower custard which was amazing. The decor is very simple and cosy where we feel like home. 





SJB
Staff WriterStaff Comp

I have been going to the Ladbroke arms for years, ideal for Sunday lunch, casual weekend evening meal or popping in for a late Sunday afternoon pimms or glass of wine in the summer. It's your country pub in London, low key, local and relaxed. It has a small terrace at the front, which is great on a summers evening. Highly recommended.