The Ladbroke Arms has built a solid reputation for good food and hospitality. Situated on a quiet corner in exclusive Holland Park, this attractive Victorian pub is buried beneath a profusion of flowers and foliage, its front patio crammed with seats, which are in constant use, come rain or shine.
The bright unfussy bar is a little café like, furnished with scrubbed tables, assorted wooden chairs and random artwork; high above are remnants of original decorative painted glass panels and plaster mouldings. A step up leads to a more formal but cosy and comfortable back room with dining tables and leather upholstered chairs.
The clientele is a refreshing mix of older local residents, business people and tourists, with the odd parent and child squeezed in. This mix of course changes with the hour and day, on weekends it's a popular pub with families.
Pub lovers can relax, this is a pub with good food not a restaurant with beer. The menu changes regularly but expect starters like Goats Cheese Soufflé, Tempura of Sardines or Foie Gras Parfait (c.£7) and mains such as Fish Stew, Sea Bass, Rabbit and Lentils or Beef in Red Wine (c. £11 - £15).
There's a good selection of wines, many available by the glass. The real ales are well kept. Regular standards like Greene King IPA and London Pride are complimented by guests such as Sharp's Doom Bar or Hogs Back T.E.A.
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