The Anglesea Arms
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Charles Dickens was a local at this pub when he lived over the road at 11 Selwood Terrace. The Great Train robbery was also planned from the back room in this pub!
Traditional alehouse with gastropub menu and bar snacks, plus outdoor seating on front terrace.
THE pub to go to in Kensington and Chelsea. It is typically packed out, especially on a Friday, and has a great selections of beer and wines along with a pretty solid restaurant.
“yster bar and seafood nook with daily happy hours in an intimate dining room.”
“Informal cafe-style diner serving a huge range of hot and cold Lebanese specialities.”
“Surrounded by beautiful formal gardens in the grounds of Kensington Palace proudly stands The Kensington Palace Pavilion; a relaxed and elegant setting for breakfast, lunch or classic afternoon tea. The Kensington Palace Pavilion overlooks the Sunken Garden, planted in 1908 and terraced with paving and ornamental flower beds. Its vibrant colours and exotic planting provide a peaceful, yet stunning backdrop for the restaurant’s simple and honest menu of delicious English dishes. ”
“English pub with a nice/young vibe. Look around, Hugh Grant lives close by...”