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Pear Tree

Barons Court

The Pear Tree sits behind Margravine Cemetery in the middle of low-rise council blocks – an oasis of comfortable calm in an unexpected location. The pub changed hands lately and has benefited from a refurbishment, with the main room centred on a horseshoe bar; adjoining is a back room used chiefly for dining (Sunday roasts provide punctuation on a food menu that reprises many gastropub favourites), and then a small, pear-tree-shaded garden complete with an area inspired by Moroccan boudoirs.

Timothy Taylor Landlord and Old Speckled Hen seem the best draught options, with a standard wine selection of ten options of each colour all sold by the glass. The drinks list may not be impressive, but the garden makes this worth a special trip.

Venue name: Pear Tree
Contact:
Address: 14 Margravine Road
London
W6 8HJ
Cross street: 14 Margravine Road
Opening hours: Open noon-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-2.30pm Mon-Fri; noon-4pm, 6-9.30pm Sat; noon-4pm, 6-9pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Barons Court tube

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Sylvie

I love the Pear Tree! I always have such a relaxing time there. The pub is really cosy with it's warm fire over winter and the garden beer in summer. The food is delicious too and nicely presented. I would be their best customer if I lived close by, unfortunately I have to wait until I see my friend in Fulham to pay a visit. If you don't live too far I would recommend as you'll definitely have a great dinner.