Trip Advisor

Customer reviews – 2013

It is a beautiful pub. The service and attention to detail was excellent. The advice on the wine and drinks available was brilliant. The standard of cleanliness was very high, the attention to detail, e.g drinks served in proper and appropriate glasses, was superb.  The food was excellent, there were three of us for dinner and all courses were perfectly cooked and served. The staff were competent and friendly and the manager who was on that night was fantastic with his advice on wine and local beers.  My son finished his meal with a hot chocolate with Amaretto and it was perfect.  I would highly recommend this restaurant and hope to be back soon. Thank you.

Having always struggled for a decently priced local eatery around Chelsea FC, having read some good reviews here on Trip Advisor, we figured we would give Lots Road Pub and Dining Room a try. From the moment we entered to, to the moment we left we encountered great service, lovely food, and great wine !  Being enthusiastic, if not always totally knowledgeable wine lovers, we decided to take some advice from the lovely South African barman on what would be a good dry white wine to have – he suggested, what turned out to be a delicious South African (not surprisingly lol) Chenin Blanc- Suiker Bossie I want you, around £22 a bottle but worth every penny, and was good enough to let us try it first before making our decision.

All three of us went for two courses, with two of us having the Camembert with fresh bread, and the other the pate – all of which were nice, but the Camembert was probably a little too filling, for someone like me who doesn’t have a particularly hearty appetite.  For the main course, again two of us had the fish and chips which was absolutely to die for ! and the other the sausage and mash, again which was some of the nicest he had ever had…service was efficient and friendly, but there was no rushing us out when we had finished, and the rest of the dining room was beginning to clear.

It is located near the entrance to the Chelsea Harbour area, and with many other restaurants locally, being somewhat overpriced in our opinion, Lots Road is definitely worth a try. Also it is only about ten/fifteen mins walk from Fulham Broadway tube station on the District Line, and about five mins walk from Kings Road. If you are walking from that direction, you need to keep walking past all the furniture stores on Lots Road, and you will eventually come to the restaurant on your left hand side on the corner.

There is also free wi-fi available.  Worth reserving a table if you want to eat in the dining room area rather than the bar as seems to get pretty busy at lunchtimes. All in all we were definitely impressed and will return, friendly, efficient service, reasonable cost around £20 each for two courses, and a nice atmosphere. Well done !


Customer reviews

Lots Road Pub is a friendly gastro pub just across the road from the Lots Road power station outside Chelsea Harbour/Imperial Wharf — just a few steps from the Wyndham Chelsea Harbour hotel and the Lots Road design district. This gastro pub serves a wide range of beers and a mix of both tasty pub favourites and restaurant-style dishes that varies from season to season.  The ambience is perfect for a casual meal and and the service has always been terrific. I’ve tried the burger and the pork & leek sausages with mash and onion gravy on past visits.. both have been excellent.

We popped in for a nightcap (at the late hour of 9pm!) on our first night in London. Jet lag was definitely kicking in (I think I fell asleep a couple of times) but I remember a cold pint and warm service from our waitress.

Time Out

“Lively gastro pub with good ales and the service is excellent! The menu consists of a range of pub classics & salads with a few smart British dishes thrown in for good measure. Cote de boeuf & chips was excellent & we also had a great burger.”

The Evening Standard

“…a discreet distance from Stamford Bridge, this L-shaped room is lovely and light with tall ceilings and big, comfy sofas. It gets noisy by the bar so go for an alcove if you can. The cuisine is Gastro: try the exceptionally good burgers!”