Trying to find the best Pubs in London? 10Best has you covered. Our editors and locals search the city and suburbs for the top places. Then, we showcase popular restaurants like The Guinea Grill, and we highlight eateries with great user reviews, like Royal Oak. We also help you find areas where Pubs are prominent - the Bayswater area, for example - so that you not only get terrific dining recommendations, but you also have choices to boot. After all, if you're going to eat, you may as well do it right and take advantage of London's best.



Tucked away in a choice area near the classy Lynchburg Hotel, this smart pub provides a great place for business travelers to entertain. The menu includes tasty treats like Angels on Horseback (bacon-wrapped oysters), their signature Beef...  Read More



Take a break from typical city pubs, and venture off the beaten path to this local favorite and, probably, London's first gastropub. A shaded outdoor seating area invites folks to relax, and the spacious interior is similar to that of many pubs,...  Read More



This popular, Regency-style establishment dates back to 1837. Through the years, such famous individuals as Charles Dickens and William Thackeray have visited the tavern to enjoy whitebait dinners, which are still a popular menu item. The...  Read More

The Guinea Grill


This upscale pub sits just down the street from The Ritz in one of London's wealthiest districts. The historic establishment dates to the mid-1700s, and its patrons frequently spill out onto the sidewalk, as businesspeople try to impress...  Read More



This notable pub offers inviting atmosphere, a variety of lagers and ales, and a popular special of Guinness and oysters. Although evenings are often more crowded than afternoons, anytime is a good time to drop by - just don't expect to get a...  Read More



While regulars laud this Tabard Street pub for its pints of tasty Harveys, folks with eats in mind also find much to like. The cozy, Victorian-styled Royal Oak features dual bar areas, which ensure that drinks are easy to come by. They also make...  Read More

Seven Stars


Especially at meal time, employees from nearby court buildings populate this historic gastropub (built around 1600) – a tribute to the kitchen's traditional menu. Walls are adorned with all things legal, from old movie posters to framed...  Read More



The Sutton, as regulars know it, is a classic London pub, complete with creaky wood floors, dark wood accents, and a cozy bar. The place is known as a pint-lover's haven, but it also gets strong praise for its surprisingly inventive fare. The...  Read More

Lots Road Pub & Dining Room


When folks toiling in SW10 are eager for home-cooked cuisine, they find much to applaud at this cozy gatropub near Chelsea Harbour. Unexpectedly, the pub setting runs headlong into haute cuisine, but the results are sublime. Each dish uses only...  Read More