Sympathetically restored pub with simply decorated rooms, thoughtful choice of drinks and up-to-date food; bedrooms
- Separate restaurant
Bar food times: 11.30-10; 1.30-9.3 Sun
Typical main dish: Homemade pie of the day
Typical main dish price: £16.50
Average two course evening meal price: £26.00
- Speciality beers
- Cask ales
Price of cheapest bitter: £4.95
Name of cheapest bitter: Sharps
Number of bedrooms: 4
Bedrooms cost between £150.00 and £240.00
- Children allowed in the bar
- Children allowed in the restaurant
- Dogs allowed in the bar
The good pub guide review
Once a brewery, this handsomely restored four-storey Georgian inn is dominated by a ground-floor bar with a lively, chatty and easy-going atmosphere. There are high ceilings, wooden dining chairs around pale tables on bare boards, an open fire at one end and a big carved counter where friendly staff keep Hammerton N1 and Sharps Doom Bar on handpump, over 30 wines by the glass, 17 malt whiskies, a cocktail list and home-made syrups. The dining room to the right, usually packed with cheerful customers, serves excellent breakfasts and is decorated with prints, glass bottles and soda siphons, big house plants and a few rustic knick-knacks. Upstairs, the linked restaurant rooms are similarly furnished, with old French travel posters and circus prints on cream walls, more open fireplaces, big glass ceiling lights, chandeliers and quiet background music. There are four comfortable, well equipped bedrooms, some pavement tables and disabled access to the bar but not to the loos.
The good pub guide food review
Beautifully presented modern food from breakfast (served from 8am) through to dinner includes a small selection of wood-fired pizzas, burrata with broad beans, preserved lemon and tomato relish, pan-roasted lamb rump with spinach gnocchi, chanterelles and thyme jus, pan-fried haddock with Jersey Royals, artichokes, samphire and tomato and caper dressing, and puddings such as passion-fruit and lemon meringue pie and strawberry and vanilla custard with caramelised pastry and crème fraîche parfait.
A Completely Different Colour. Welcome to The Orange Public House and Hotel located on Pimlico Road. The building has been lovingly restored to its former glory by the team behind The Thomas Cubitt and The Pantechnicon.The Orange has a number of beautiful light and airy adjoining rooms with an informal weathered interior bathed in natural sunlight.At the heart of the modern European food offering are glorious wood fired pizzas and oven roasts complimented by an impressive selection of guest ales, fine wines and seasonal cocktails.
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