Spencer

Gastropubs

Restaurants

London

  • Mid-range

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  • Address:

    Spencer 237 Lower Richmond Road
    London
    SW15 1HJ

  • Venue phone:

    020 8788 0640

  • Venue website:

    www.thespencerpub.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open 11am-midnight Mon-Sat; 11am-11pm Sun. Lunch served noon-3pm Mon-Fri; noon-4pm Sat. Dinner served 6-10pm Mon-Fri; 5-10pm Sat. Meals served noon-9pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Putney Bridge tube or Putney rail or bus 22, 265, 485

  • Price:

    Main courses £9.75-£24.95

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Charlotte Harrison

Tried the Spencer at the weekend and had such a lovely time I thought I'd encourage others to go there. The new owners seem to have settled in and the staff are really friendly and helpful. The food was extraordinarily good honest pub food with an inventive few twists, without being pretentious - there's a very fine line and they have got it SO right here. Maybe it was helped by the wine and my friends, but I can't wait to get back there! The prawn cocktail is proper old-school prwan cocktail with lovely tangy pink sauce, the monkfish was cooked to perfection and so meaty with balanced sauces that really work and the vanilla panna cotta was the standard you'd expect in a far more expensive establishment!!! Seriously, go and try it - especially when the weather is nice, you'll not regret it!!

putneyregular

It's been my regular for some time but have always had a problem with the quality of the staff. Then today I encountered various lame excuses for short measuring in a plastic brim glass. If it's a brim glass the beer (not including the head) should be to the brim. They serve it at least 12mm short as a result. At around £4.30 a pint that's probably around 40p I'm being overcharged. When I complained I was given excuses such as ‘customers expect a head’, ‘the head keeps the beer cold’ and 'if I'd asked they would have topped it up'. I do not want to have to ask to get what I paid for. The glass glasses have pint lines and are served correctly but this experience has seriously p****d me off.