A two-floor Fuller’s gastropub sat on the corner where Cambridge Grove meets Glenthorne Road.
The Stonemasons Arms offers both craft and international beers – Yeastie Boys, Peroni and Sierra Nevada among them – cocktails, Cornish Orchards cider, real ales and over 60 different wines from around the world.
Pick your beverage of choice and settle into one of the many seats. Or get cosy beside the wood burner and tuck into reliable British cooking courtesy of head chef Rafael Tiglao as sunlight sweeps over the exposed brick and chic-farmhouse decor.
There's a regular steak night on Thursdays (starting from £10 for an eight-ounce), a quiz on Wednesdays (8pm start), and Sunday roasts.
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54 Cambridge Grove
|Opening hours:||Open 11am-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-11pm Sun. Food served noon-3pm, 6-10pm Mon-Fri; noon-10pm Sat; noon-9.30pm Sun|
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Average User Rating
4.3 / 5
- 5 star:7
- 4 star:2
- 3 star:1
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
This pub is fantastic. Fairly priced, delicious imaginative and inspiring food and well presented drinks and cocktails. It has a lovely atmosphere and is the perfect place to while away the long, cold winter evenings. Get down there!
A lovely place to drink, done and enjoy great company lovely and friendly staff always a joy eating here.
Food is excellent. It is slightly tucked away behind the main street in Hammersmith but definitely worth finding. Great for a Sunday roast and a very easy place to get stuck into a drinking session. Worth a visit if you're in the area.
A very disappointing experience at a pub I've visited many times (and previously enjoyed, although never bowled over by the food). Out of the six of us at our table, five of our meals had problems: medium rare steak ordered was well done; medium / well done steak was so over-cooked it was like leather and inedible; the burger bap was badly burnt and resembled charcoal; the club sandwich bread was burnt with under-cooked egg - not a great combo; the fish ordered was off completely you would have got food poisoning eating it. And the service was extremely slow in a fairly empty lunchtime environment. Even allowing for post Christmas sleepiness this was a dreadful meal on every level with far too many mistakes.
I had a meal here on Saturday night. The service was quite slow and haphazard though the staff were pleasant. We had finished our starter before our wine arrived for example - and it only arrived then because we went to the bar to request it. I think if a bar cannot offer restaurant service then they should not try - I would have been happy to order my meal at the bar and I am sure it would have been much quicker. The food was good quality but I will not be returning in a hurry even though I live around the corner. As the reviews below speak highly of the service perhaps it was just an off night though it was not particularly busy. Also the Hammersmith Privilege Card website states that there is 10% off of food when you present your card but the staff said that they do not accept the card which I found irritating.
Booked a table here due to the great reviews (was going to the Apollo) on Saturday - the reviews do not do this place justice, the food is excellent, yes a little pricey but well worth it, the staff are fantastic! wish i lived closer so i could go here more often, will make an effort to go back as had a fabulous meal thankyou The Stonemasons Arms, keep up the good work