The Queen Adelaide

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Wandsworth

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There’s always a twinge of sadness when older London landmarks go under a facelift -- beautiful original features disappear, replaced with uniform mass-produced modern materials. However, Wandsworth’s Queen Adelaide has got the refurb balance just right. Built in 1786, this gastropub has been brought back to life with enhanced period features creating a lighter, brighter traditional venue with well-thought modern twists. The garden has been carefully landscaped with covered, heated decking so it can be enjoyed in even the most miserable of British winters. Beer lovers are spoilt for choice with an extensive list of unusual guest brews, while the wine list boasts over 40 wines available by both the glass and bottle.

Venue name: The Queen Adelaide
Contact:
Address: 35 Putney Bridge Road
Wandsworth
SW18 1NP
Price: £25 and under

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Irsa B

The reviews we read were promising, so we were very much looking forward to our friend's 40th birthday. Unfortunately the pub did not live upto our expectations in any way-the service was atrocious-they lost our order once and blamed us for not displaying our ticket visibly enough, they took away our full glasses of wine when we stood up and gathered to sing our friend happy birthday, again blaming us for leaving the drinks unattended. The food was not any better, the portions for some of the mains were tiny, the buffalo muzarella was not buffalo but regular mozzarella. The starter salad leaves we're not fresh and again small portions. When we pointed out to the waiter that they should not tout it as buffalo mozzarella, he said"what do u want me to do. I don't know what you no want from me" which was ridiculous as it's not our job to think for the waiter, he should consider our feedback and take action accordingly, rather than abandon any responsibility.

All in all such a let down. We won't be going back.