This good-looking gastropub comes from Food & Fuel - a group with venues across town (The Queens in Crouch End, The Roebuck in Chiswick, The Duke in Richmond and The Prince of Wales down in Putney, for example). The classic gastropub look here keeps the group's Chelsea outpost in keeping with its brethren.
The food follows a similar theme too. Antipasto platters, salads of mozzarella, tomato and pesto, and a main of parmigiana de melanzane hint at an Italian slant, but there are house burgers, rib-eye steaks, flat bread served with hummus and tzatziki, and a pearl barley and vegetable cassoulet, too.
There's a good range of beers, with Brewdog Punk IPA, Camden Pale Ale and Caveman's Citra just three of the 12 available by keg or by cask. There are more than 35 available by the bottle or can, too.
Sunday roasts prove popular.