Near Hyde Park Corner, tucked away down a pretty cobbled mews behind Belgrave Square, the delightful Horse and Groom Pub is also close to Buckingham Palace and Victoria Train Station. Despite being in the heart of London, this wonderful, traditional pub has extremely friendly staff and a great ‘local’ atmosphere.
This small one-bar public house serves wholesome home-cooked food to its broad range of loyal customers, including business people, embassy staff and visitors who happen to stumble across this hidden gem. There is an upstairs dining/function room.
The menu is traditional and servings are substantial. Popular choices include steak pie, fish and chips, burgers and delicious sandwiches. During the summer months tables are placed outside.
In the early 60s, the Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein lived around the corner in Chapel Street and is rumoured to have had many meetings with the "Boys" here.
The Horse and Groom is open from Monday to Friday, 11.30am until 11pm. Although closed at the weekend it is available to hire for private parties.