Not yet a fully-fledged connoisseur; my young pallet enjoys every morsel it can get. Although someone of my motley dining experience found this niche of ‘pub grub’ to be growing into a most ardor dinning experience; the use of condiments on the menu listing more then the average expected pub delights such as sausage and mash, pies (fish, cottage, meat) and ice cream. Always a large variety of alcohol I order the fish and chips meal lovely British Cod, chunky chips with a fluffy center, sweet mushy peas and house sauce, a delight to consume with bottle of Kopparberg cider pear.
The calories mind you maybe high for a meal as delicious as this but for enjoyment we pay the price all together costing under £12. A great lunch time experience; the Bunch of Grapes pub in the center of London, in a prime location near the Grandest of museums (in my opinion) Victoria and Albert. The pub itself possessing a a friendly welcoming environment with fully functioning log fire deceiving of it’s awards.