From the moment you step through the door of this archetypal Victorian corner pub, you’ll feel like one of the locals. This is one of those timeless pubs that London still has in abundance, its style simple with bare wooden floors, an assortment of furniture, walled garden, extensive patio planting and a covered, heated seating area. Regulars head here for the good selection of real ales and an international wine list. Fresh ingredients arrive daily from the London markets, enabling the Mediterranean-style menu and specials to change accordingly; all prepared in the open-to-view kitchen. So, you might start with burrata and fig salad, leaves and foccacia. Follow with confit leg of duck, dauphinoise potatoes, winter greens and roasted chestnuts. A traditional British lunch is served on Sundays.