114 Campden Hill Road, LONDON, W8 7AR
One legend has it that Windsor Castle could be seen from the upstairs windows when this eponymous pub was built in the 1830s. Such stories add to the fascination of this pub, where wood panelling separates three areas inexplicably called Campden, Private and Sherry. Enjoy a pint of Timothy Taylor Landlord or Aspall cider as you choose from a menu that might include steak, pancetta and Porter ale pie; pan-fried sea bass, heritage potatoes, sautéed kale and lobster thermidor sauce; or cod and chips. Canine (and the occasional feline) visitors have their own 'dogstation' corner with toys and treats.