Pear Tree

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Pear Tree

The Pear Tree sits behind Margravine Cemetery in the middle of low-rise council blocks – an oasis of comfortable calm in an unexpected location. The pub changed hands lately and has benefited from a refurbishment, with the main room centred on a horseshoe bar; adjoining is a back room used chiefly for dining (Sunday roasts provide punctuation on a food menu that reprises many gastropub favourites), and then a small, pear-tree-shaded garden complete with an area inspired by Moroccan boudoirs.

Timothy Taylor Landlord and Old Speckled Hen seem the best draught options, with a standard wine selection of ten options of each colour all sold by the glass. The drinks list may not be impressive, but the garden makes this worth a special trip.


Venue name: Pear Tree
Address: 14 Margravine Road
W6 8HJ
Cross street: 14 Margravine Road
Opening hours: Open noon-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-2.30pm Mon-Fri; noon-4pm, 6-9.30pm Sat; noon-4pm, 6-9pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Barons Court tube
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What an odd little place. Situated behind Charing Cross hospital, this pub seems to be frequented by locals and trainees from the hospital. The inside is quirky with it's decor and furnishings; a bit run down but not off putting. The bar is centrally located and seating and tables are arranged around it. The beer garden looks nice but the weather was not suitable for sitting outside when I visited. Staff were friendly and the menu looked solid if a little boring. Seems homey and well worth a visit if you're nearby and are fed-up with run of the mill gastro pubs.

This pub is a total gem. When we lived near Baron's Court it was a home from home. Relaxed, friendly atmosphere, that's cosy but not too cramped with a nice terraced garden outside. The food is really really nice, but it is a bit expensive. Probably not for what it is though. Nice cuts of meat, proper helpings of veg, excellent chips. The beer and wine list is also really good. The decor is all candlelit and lovely plus there are a couple of fireplaces to sit near during the winter too.  Plus they provide nice rugs and blankets if it gets a little chilly (which it basically never does). The crowd are a mix of students from the nearby hospital, and happy locals.

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One of my favourite pubs in London - If only I lived close by! A good friend of mine lives near and when I go to visit, we always end up here. 

In winter, it has a real cosy feel with open fires to keep you warm. In summer, the garden at the back is excellent for chilling out in the sun late into the evening. Head to the snug when it gets chilly - there you'll find comfortable sofas and blankets to keep warm.

I love the Pear Tree! I always have such a relaxing time there. The pub is really cosy with it's warm fire over winter and the garden beer in summer. The food is delicious too and nicely presented. I would be their best customer if I lived close by, unfortunately I have to wait until I see my friend in Fulham to pay a visit. If you don't live too far I would recommend as you'll definitely have a great dinner.