A Battersea gsatropub owned by the Hall & Woodhouse Brewery.
This Battersea gastropub is an attractive one. A handsome front bar (with Chesterfields, gilt mirrors and old barrels, lit by candlelight) gives way to a dining room with pale hues, a high, vaulted ceiling, scuffed wooden floors, piles of logs and more candlelight. There's a dinky outdoor courtyard, too.
The food menu is put together by owner and head chef, James Rogers. Dishes range from wild boar Scotch eggs, pressed ham hock terrine and a warm chicken and chorizo salad with lime mayo and flatbread to steaks, beer battered cod and chips, burgers and slow-braised venison in red wine, bacon and mushrooms.
Its owners are the Hall & Woodhouse Brewery, so that means plenty of Badger beers such as Golden Glory, Leaping Legend, Blandford Flyer and Golden Champion. Many of the short, global wines are available by three different glass sizes.