When we walked in we thought "What a great pub". Little did we know we'd be told off for laughing. None of our group will EVER return. Disappointing. What a rude woman with very little understanding of pub culture.
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Our family had rented an apt. down the street from The Duke and went by to see what food options were available for dinner. It doesn't look like much from the outside (and actually doesn't compare well with the fancier pubs in London if that...More
Limited choice of spirits and don't offer choice of bottles of mixers, instead use mixer guns :( Nice old world location :)
The most striking thing about The Duke is it's unspoilt 1930's interior. Unlike the vast majority of pubs in London it hasn't been heavily modernised and thus retains bags of character. This was my first visit for more than 15 years and the place seemed...More
We happened to see a small sign advertising The Duke and we thought to go and have a look. It looked like a traditional English pub and every table in the bar area was taken. The rear restaurant room had wooden booths and was very...More
Super-cute little corner pub with tons of atmosphere and all its original 1930s fixtures and fittings still intact. Food is pretty average but the portions are generous and prices are fair. And I love the dining room with its cosy wooden booths and an open...More
this is a lovely place, wooden booths, great lady behind the bar running everything, nice mix of people, and a fire on cold nights. The food is good and freshly prepared - and there is a nice selection of well chosen wines and (I am...More