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The Rose in Fulham is an unpretentious pub just off the New Kings Road. It features contemporary yet homely decor, a central circular zinc bar and a secluded beer garden. The Rose offers a daily changing menu with dishes made with fresh seasonal British produce and a selection of wines to complement the food. The Rose also occasionally show big sporting events including International rugby matches.

Ranked #598 of 2091 pubs & bars in London
"The Rose is a treasure in the heart of Fulham serving a fantastic seasonal menu and a great selection of drinks. Sunday lunch is famous in the local area, as is the barbecue during warmer months with brunch from 10am on a Saturday. The wonderful walled garden with water feature offers the perfect location for drinks with friends or lunch with the family, with further seating inside this relaxed and comfortable pub ideal for dinner. In Spring and Summer the chef's roof garden overflows with herbs, with all produce on the menu freshly prepared and locally sourced. The first floor room can cater for everything from breakfast meetings to lunch or private buffets and dinner parties in the evening, with room for up to 75 people."

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

12:00 - 23:30

TUE

12:00 - 23:30

WED

12:00 - 23:30

THU

12:00 - 23:30

FRI

12:00 - 23:30

SAT

10:00 - 00:00

SUN

12:00 - 22:30

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By Matt P.

Arrived on a Monday for a few drinks and a meal. It was understandably quiet but maintained a good atmosphere with attractive decor and good music. Papers were readily available and staff very welcoming and chatty. Drinks were on the expensive side but main course was half price (a Monday promotion I understand). The food was average; nothing to write home about if I'm honest. The Rose also falls victim to an irritating trend towards retro style seating which equates to inconsistent, basic and sometimes plain uncomfortable seats. Having said all that, we had a good time here and will return on the weekend to experience the place when busier.


By Tim K.

The Rose was done up at the beginning of the year and is now one of my favourite pubs. The garden is lovely, especially now in the summer months and the food is fantastic, they have a good selction of wines too which is hard to come by in a pub. I cannot recommend The Rose highly enough if you are looking for gastro pub with great decor and delicious nosh!


By Steve S.

The Rose is an absolute gem, and I agree completely with the recent View London review. The drink, food and service are excellent, but the real winner for this pub - especially at this time of year - is the beautiful beer garden. Truly a hidden gem in London. They had removed all of the screens that used to show sport in the pub's recent incarnations, but these have returned specially for the World Cup. I'll certainly be making use of them!


By Cat M.

Although many traditional pubs have gone the way of the modern gastro, The Rose may have gastro-style food, but it certainly doesn’t have any of the attitude.

The Venue
This isn’t a pub you’d ordinarily stumble upon; it is set in a calm residential area just off the King’s Road, between Fulham Broadway and Imperial Wharf stations. It sits quietly, without making much fuss or drawing too much attention to itself, but its subtlety makes you want to investigate further. On the inside it’s all wooden fixtures and the walls are painted a pastel olive green. It’s a soothing and sophisticated place and the general feeling is welcoming.

At the front of the pub there are wooden pews and pine tables for you to have drinks and some home comfort food. As you walk around there are red felt armchairs and other antiquated furniture, giving it again a very homely feel. The addition of an indoor lavender window box fills the pub with a soothing scent, which is a nice touch.

The bar is semi-circular and you can order from all sides. There’s even a brass bell dangling above for last orders. On the other side of the bar are more places for you to sit and bigger tables for people with groups.

The greatest asset to this pub is its wild beer garden. For starters it is a proper garden, with bushes and trees leaning over you. It is simply stunning and is superb in summer.

The Atmosphere
Being near to Stamford Bridge, you get your fair share of Chelsea fans coming in before the game starts, so on match days expect to see – and hear - footie fans. When there are important sporting tournaments on, the TVs show the sport but this isn’t a sporting pub, it’s a pub to hang out in. However, typically it is a local crowd who enjoy chatting with friends in a supremely relaxed environment aided by the dedicated and friendly bar staff.

The Food
When it comes to the food, the aim is to serve fresh, British homemade food and they do so with ease. The starters range from £5-£7.50 and include salmon and smoked haddock fish cakes (£7.50) and penne pasta (£6.50). The pasta is soft with a luxurious homemade tomato sauce with two dollops of lightly melted mozzarella placed on top. It is a generous portion, so watch out if you have a small appetite. The shreds of basil placed on it go very well with the sauce, as does the parmesan.

Mains are priced between £10.50 for a char-grilled chicken Caesar salad to £16.50 for the rib-eye steak. The Caesar salad will convert anyone who wouldn’t normally pick the dish, as it is very well constructed and unbelievably tasty. A poached egg is perched precariously on top of the salad and once you pierce it, the yolk spills out excitedly onto the bright green lettuce leaves, creating a beautifully colourful scene in front of you. The chicken is juicy and the parmesan shavings give the salad depth and flavour. Instead of little garlic croutons, you instead get one large thin crispy piece of garlic soaked bread which is utterly divine. If you fancy something a bit more substantial, then the burger (£11) is definitely worth a try. The bun is made on the premises, as is all the bread, and it is very soft. Your meat is cooked to order, it’s juicy and the cheese salad filling is mighty. The fries also hit the spot, being well seasoned and offering just the right amount of crispiness.

All desserts are £5 and include banoffee crumble, raspberry parfait and bread and butter pudding. The banoffee crumble is deconstructed and crumbled up into a glass. If you are a fan of banoffee treats then you’ll be very impressed with this dish as it is well balanced with a light toffee flavour and flaky biscuity base. The vanilla ice-cream and swirl of raspberry coulis served along side it, complements it well.

The Drink
A good selection of draught beer is on offer, such as Beck Vier (£3.40), Staropramen (£3.60), Addlestones, Heineken, Guinness (£3.50) and bitters (£3.10), to name a few. When it comes to the wine list, it is fairly big, quite well thought out and very reasonably priced. The house a French Vin de Pays d’Oc is £14 a bottle, £3.50 a small glass and £4.70 a large. The house red is an easy drink and not too complicated. For whites there is a 2008 French Viognier (£21/£7/£5.30) and a 2008 Reisling (£31.50) and the reds have a South African Cabernet Sauvignon (£17 per bottle) and a 2007 Rioja (£22). For sparkling options there is a Prosecco (£18), Charles Mignon Champagne (£35) and Laurent Perrier (£50).

The Last Word
It’s unusual to find such a laid back and friendly pub without any pretentiousness just off the King’s Road, but this is what The Rose achieves. With homemade food and great surroundings, this pub is a real asset to the area.


By Max P.

I checked out this pub on Friday night and was delighted to find that it had changed owners and now a lovely place to have a post work pint.

It was quiet quiet but that's because its new - well relaunched - and the hordes haven't found it yet but they will.Good selections of beers & wine, nice nibbles and really friendly staff.

I spotted a beer garden out the back - i'll checkl that out in summer.

We didn't eat but i did see a few other eating and it looked amazing - they seem to do a nice spin on traditional meals.

I'll check out their Sunday roasts next week and report back.Big thumbs up so far!


By Peter J.

Top quality pub with recent make over. The new owners have changed all that and now it's lovely - haleulia!

This pub is the closest pub to my house in Fulham and should be my local pub but it has been through so many owners & makeovers and has never had a real identity.

The decor is really underdstated but charming; they serve a much better selection of beer and the food is delicious. They have taken out the sky sports screens which is a bit of a loss but frankly the whole pub is now so much better that who cares.

If you like good, hearty pub food this pub is now a fully fledged gastropub. My girlfriend and I went for Sunday lunch and tried the pork (her) and beef (me).

Both were cooked to perfection and served with fresh, organic veg. They got it just right and at £14 you can't do much better in the area.I'm so happy i could sing. I'll be back next week for a second serving!

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