They have a wonderful courtyard.
This charming pub in the west-London village of Chiswick started life as a police station, a fact that is immediately evident from the imposing red-brick exteriors. But the somewhat austere illusion evaporates upon entering this stylish, Art Deco bar, which is situated firmly on the more refined end of the gastropub-to-boozer spectrum. It’s the fourth offering from chef-restaurateur Mr Henry Harris, and the focus is on seasonal food, rather than pints and packets of crisps – although there is a great selection of craft beers and ales. Bar snacks come in the form of padrón peppers and charcuterie, and in the dining room dishes such as pork and pistachio terrine and turbot with brown crab emulsion sit alongside the classic Sunday roast.