Bars and pubs Bayswater
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CAMRA district awards greet the visitor at this high-ceilinged Young’s pub tucked behind the Bayswater Road. A large bar dominates the L-shaped wooden interior, upon which taps of Erdinger, Kirin Ichiban, Peroni, Heineken and Wells Bombardier accompany those of the usual Young’s range; wines include a more-than-decent shiraz and malbec.

The food is a little more imaginative than that offered at many of the Mitre’s stablemates: venison burgers, for example, along with spicy potato skins in the bar-snacks category. Above the fireplace runs the Latin motto Audere est facere; whether or not the owners, staff and locals are Spurs fans, there’s plenty of football banter around the bar


Venue name: Mitre
Address: 24 Craven Terrace
W2 3QH
Opening hours: Open 11am-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-10pm Mon-Sat; noon-9.30pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Lancaster Gate tube or Paddington tube/rail
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I live in East London and wasn't too thrilled when my friends made me venture out to Holland Park rather than meeting up more central. However, this turned out to be one of the best pub dinners I've had in a while and a great evening.

We went to the Mitre on a Monday night and the atmosphere was really good, it wasn't too busy but not awkwardly quiet. The waiter was very knowledgeable about wine and made a good recommendation. Food was gorgeous! All of our portions were a really good size and the prices are alright for such a nice meal. I went for the tagliatelle with rabbit confit, mushrooms and truffle. So good!

I hope to be back soon! :)

Lizzie W

I love my local pub; atmosphere great, seating good, staff friendly, location IDEAL and that is why it has a 4*. Bf and I came for Sunday roast - no need to book about 5pm however by the time we left at 7pm it was getting busy. I am afraid food is 3* - good but not great. Big portions, great pork belly, nice gravy, reasonable prices but the the potatoes weren't good enough and the veg lacked any real flavour. Beer selection is good but could be more varied however if you are a gin fan they have a fair few! On a Sunday evening at 8pm they also have jazz music playing in the cocktail bar downstairs. Their dessert menu looks great but we were so full we didn't get to try it :(