Time Out says
Hiding behind the unappetising nickname of the Cod, this neighbourhood pub has been scrubbed up to meet the 21st century, with cream walls, spot lighting and varnished pine furniture ticking most of the modern-boozer boxes.
Pictures of carefree cricketers and jolly huntsmen hint at the Admiral Codrington’s former Sloane Ranger reputation, but these days, it’s better known for the unpretentious pub menu on offer in the adjacent restaurant.
If the draught ales aren’t to your taste, the 30-strong wine list can be enjoyed by diners and drinkers alike, with bottles from around £15. The unusually well heated courtyard is relished by smokers in the winter months.
Part cosy traditional pub, part elegant restaurant, here you can relax at the bar with a pint of real cask ale and enjoy a free-range Scotch egg or dine on roasted pigeon and butter poached turbot, complemented by a bottle from our fine wine list.
Savour one of our gourmet burgers or join us on a Sunday for a traditional roast. There is also an elegant private room, the Navarino room, hidden away atop the pub where you can host your own intimate special occasion.
A short walk from South Kensington underground station, enjoy the British pub experience at The Admiral Codrington.
17 Mossop Street
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|Opening hours:||11:30am-11pm Mon, Tues; 11.30am-midnight Wed, Thurs; 11.30-1am Fri, Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun.|
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