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Jenny Sheridan Apr 26, 2009 11:21 AM

Can anyone suggest a restaurant or decent pub that is open on Sunday evenings in Putney, Fulham or (at a pinch) Chelsea?

  1. PhilD Apr 26, 2009 12:05 PM

    Assume you mean for food? How about the Harwwod Arms (close to Fulham Broadway tube). Really good English food. poosibly the best pub food in London.

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      foreignmuck Apr 26, 2009 03:16 PM

      Harwood Arms is really big on game and venison. Its a very nice pub
      also nearby (near West Brompton tube) is the Atlas, which also does great Italian inspired Gastop pub food. A bit more 'accessible' than the Harwood, but excellent quality.

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        Nii Apr 26, 2009 03:43 PM

        There's La Mancha on Putney high street. It's Spanish.

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          PhilD Apr 26, 2009 11:12 PM

          It is very good for game, but the main game seasons are now over so far less on the menu at this time of year. Their web site has menu's: http://www.harwoodarms.com/sunday.htm

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        batfink23 Apr 27, 2009 04:42 AM

        not sure if enoteca turi is open on sunday nights, but that is an excellent modern italian tratt with a great wine list.

        the atlas is good as is the harwood (they are about 200 yards apart incidentally)

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          Simon Majumdar Apr 27, 2009 11:01 PM

          You could consider the Prince of Wales on The Upper Richmond Road

          http://www.princeofwalesputney.co.uk/

          It is the sister place to The Bull & Last in Highgate, one of my favourites in town.

          Not tried POW yet, but plan to soon

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            Jenny Sheridan Apr 28, 2009 01:20 AM

            Thanks all. Enoteca is closed Sundays. The Prince of Wales, where I had an excellent dinner recently, has a quiz night on Sundays and the owner described it as very noisy, which will not suit our purpose.

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              oonth Apr 28, 2009 03:30 AM

              Simon, you're an expert on British food, any idea what "Wallies" are as featured on the PoW's bar snacks menu?

              Of no use to the OP but I endorse The Bull & Last, it's a great addition to that neighbourhood and a very handy 25 minute brisk walk across the Heath from where I live. Not Highgate though - that's estate agent speak - it is of course the Dartmouth Park Conservation Area :-)

              I'm loving mixing and matching items off the various menus at places like the B&L and Harwood Arms. And the game tea with venison sausage roll at the latter is one of the best things I've eaten so far in 2009.

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                DollyDagger Apr 28, 2009 04:13 AM

                (Sorry to hijack, but wallies / wallys are pickled gherkins as far as I'm aware).

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            amini1 Apr 28, 2009 05:29 AM

            Spencer Arms on Lower Richmond Road in West Putney has good food and is very comfortable and light inside.They also take bookings which will help on a Sunday.

            http://www.thespencerarms.co.uk/

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              Jenny Sheridan May 4, 2009 08:03 AM

              Thanks for all the suggestions, but I think I have answered my own question. Isola del Sole in Putney is open on Sundays and will be just right: quiet, good Italian (Sardinian) food, medium priced and easy to walk to from Fulham.

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