Wimbledon has some great pubs that serve some of the best pub-grub in south London, whether you are looking for traditional British fare or something a little more exotic, the pubs of Wimbledon have it all to offer.
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The popular Wimbledon pub is the perfect place to go if you are hankering for some old British pub classics. On the menu, you will find pub classics such as fish and chips, sausage rolls, and the ubiquitous Sunday Roast.
Situated in Wimbledon Village, this pretty whitewashed pub has a laid back and relaxed vibe, with many patrons coming for a great pint and a delicious bite to eat. Beers include Camden and Meantime breweries and one of the cook’s specialties is beer battered cod and chips.
Youngs decided to give this Wimbledon pub a complete makeover in 2014, the Dog & Fox almost doubled in size and now boasts seventeen comfortable guest rooms. Of course with guests, the kitchens had to be refurbished and the food choices overhauled.
The pub now has a main bar, which serves bar snacks that differ from the al la carte menu, there is also a large restaurant and even a library room. Since its upgrade, this pub is highly popular especially for punters who want to eat.
The menu includes staples like steak, roast chicken, and so forth. And on Sunday the Roast is incredibly popular so get there early for a seat.
The Fox and Grapes used to be a traditional boozer, dispensing good beer at reasonable prices. But gradually the food has taken over from the beer and the Fox & Grapes is now in real terms a gastropub. There is parquet flooring and posh leather upholstery.
The pub is now partly owned by a French chef, Claude Bosi, which tells you what direction this pub is going in. The food is based around Meditteranean and French cuisine, with the use of local and seasonal ingredients.
On the menu is, ham hock terrine with an apple and beetroot tapenade, roasted breast of duck with a smoked onion puree, and oak-smoked mackerel rilletes, along with lemon sole with brown shrimp butter.
These pubs serve a variety of gastronomic delights which range from simple sausage rolls, to restaurant quality dishes like butternut squash risotto.
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