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A BUNCH OF GRAPES 6/10


The stereotype of Pub dinning experience is simple menu listing: sausage and mash, pies (fish, cottage, meat) and ice cream and always a large variety of alcohol.

At ‘A Bunch of Grapes’ I order the fish and chips meal consisting of a lovely British Cod, chunky chips with a fluffy center, sweet mushy peas and house sauce, a delight to consume with bottle of Kopparberg cider pear.

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The Bunch of Grapes pub has a friendly welcoming environment with fully functioning log fire deceiving of its awards. This delicious meal came to £12 for a lunchtime meal in South Kensington, The Bunch of Grapes Pub in the center of London, is in close proximity of Victoria and Albert Grandest of museums (in my opinion), Natural History Museum, Science museum and Royal Albert Hall.

“Join the Halloween celebrations! Come along on Friday 31st, fancy dress optional, go all out there’s a prize for the best dressed!”

I wouldn’t consider myself a fully-fledged connoisseur of food; I simply adore each experience I get to enjoy beautiful cuisine. I have travelled to many places and experienced numerous dinning styles; and found that the niche for ‘pub grub’ to is more appealing then assumed. The growing interest in ‘pub grub’ seems to show people love the homely feel of food and beer service, warm atmosphere with loved ones and people whom share the same love of British food and beer.

It defiantly can be seen that mixing dinning experience and beer, helps mingle the public with the British Pub novelty and a good night out also for many pubs by serving food it has saved them from closer thus opening a new market of family friendly restaurant environment, party hosting and celebratory hiring i.e. Christmas Staff Parties.


BUNCH OF GRAPES

2 St Thomas St,

London

SE1 9RS

020 7403 2070

bunchofgrapes@youngs.co.uk

BOOKINGS SUNDAY TO WEDNESDAY ONLY FOOD SERVICE

Mon-Sat 12:00-22:00

Sun 12:00-21:00

OPENING HOURS

Mon-Wed 9:00-23:00

Thurs.-Sat 9:00-24:00

Sun 12:00-23:00

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1 Comment

  1. ThePennells says

    We went along with two other couples on Halloween. There was some fun cocktails served at the door and most customers in fancy dress so great atmosphere. Ordered drinks at the bar and shown to table. Menu on blackboard and our waiter could not be bothered. Menu basic and over priced for pub food albeit was pleasant enough when arrived. Service dreadful and became a standing joke amongst us as we routinely waited for drinks each round. Would go back for drinks but give the food a miss.

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