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If you are looking for a pub with a friendly and informal atmosphere then Henry Holland is it. Here you can enjoy traditional British food including sausages and mash, pies or something lighter. Upstairs you will find a separate dining area for a quieter meal.

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Daily 11:00-00:00

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By Em E.

this pub is brilliant! I don't know exactly where those bad reviews have emerged from but I'm fairly certain they've got the wrong pub! the landlords great! I've been here many times and met some great people; customers and staff! the food is absolutely excellent, they do a brilliant beef burger! the prices are remarkable for the area, you get everything you'd want from a traditional pub here, I recommend that people make a visit, if they like cold beer, hot food and a great atmosphere!


By C C.

The worst customer service experience I have ever had. Sunday afternoon me and my girlfriend going for some food. Got there, ask for pint and a half and i order fish and chips and she goes for veggie burger, so I tell the staff member ( James ? ). Some time later, food arrives and to our surprise they bring a beef burger instead of veggie one. My girlfriend goes to the bar and explain the problem to this James-guy, and he answers that is my problem as i have ordered a beef one ? He tells me that if i want i can order another veggie for which i also need to pay, because is my mistake. He still goes on that her colleague hear me saying beef and my GF saying i said veggie ( which i certainly did )... A PLACE NOT TO GO BACK. Well, the only another day i am going is to talk with the manager next tuesday.


By Rob S.

Poor beer and a deeply unpleasant landlord, i will never go back and I would suggest you do the same.


By Louise M.

A warm and friendly pub. Good food and nice atmosphere. So good infarct we sat in there all afternoon from 1.00 till at least 6.00 pm


By Knight H.

If you need to kill time whilst the missus shops in Selfridges, Henry Holland is a welcome port-of-call situated adjacent to the monster of a shop.

The Venue
The charms of Henry Holland are not immediately apparent, but sit there for a while and you start to notice lots of nice features. The carved wooden bar is an attractive solid piece of construction - look for the band of coil-patterned marquetry that runs just below the brass rail. The painted ceiling looks original and although the lights are probably not, they are still a pretty feature. If it comes up in the pub quiz, Henry Holland is not to be confused with the big-haired designer. He was an 18th century architect of note who trained Sir John Soane and laid out parts of Knightsbridge and Chelsea, including Sloane Street and Sloane Square.

The Atmosphere
Henry Holland is an old-school pub with a quiet demeanor. The drinkers seem to be mostly shoppers from local Oxford Street with shopping bags tucked haphazardly around their feet. The staff are young and slightly bored but keep everything clean.

The Food
The menu is simple and doesn't stray from the usual pub grub. There are a few nice touches like sausages from a local Marylebone butcher and burgers with brie. Prices are in line with their Central London location.

The Drink
Henry has a decent choice of beer - Becks Vier, Guinness, Stella and ale, including Adnams Broadside. There are a couple of choices of wine and a range of bottled beverages. It may not win any awards for originality but for a post-shop drink it does the job.

The Last Word
Henry Holland is a handsome pub with the promise of a solid, if unadventurous, drink.

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