23A Edwardes Square, Kensington, LONDON, W8 6HE
The Scarsdale is a 19th-century free-standing building with colourful hanging baskets and window boxes spilling into the small terraced patio, in a leafy road just off Kensington High Street. The Frenchman who developed the site was supposedly one of Bonaparte's secret agents, but more recently - the 1970s and 80s - The Scarsdale played a role as the local watering hole for Bodie and Doyle, in ITV's The Professionals. A typical restaurant menu offers slow-roasted shoulder of lamb with flageolet beans, red wine, rosemary sauce, mash and veg; chargrilled chicken ciabatta sandwich with spinach, bacon, avocado and chips; or fish pie with leek and cheesy mash. There is also an equally tempting bar menu, and an impressive wine list.
Tel: 020 7937 1811
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London Pride, George Gale & Co Seafarers, guest ales
All day all week
12-11 (Sun 12-10.30)
No coach parties catered.