Brill boozer tucked away in SW London. Once a traditional two-bar pub, it has been opened up and gentrified. Well, far better than closing says I. They win massive brownie points for the innovative self-serve beer wall. The beers may be a trifle ordinary for some, but I bagged myself a pocketful of ticks. Worth a visit if in the area.
Took a wrong turn in our rentes fiat 500cc and suddenly "the lazy fox" stood in front of us. Cosy an not a traditional pub. The place had plenty of draugt and bottle beers. I haven’t found a better place in london so far.
Quite a spacious and stylish modern pub with comfy sofas and low coffee tables. They have about eight keg taps and three hand pumps on the main bar and an innovation I haven’t seen anywhere else. It’s a serve yourself bar - you buy a card loaded with credit, choose a beer from a row of taps on the wall, then serve yourself and the cost of the beer (with you deciding how much or how little you want dispensed) is deducted from your card. A bit of a gimmick but quite clever I thought.
(Visited 15 March 2014).
Really quiet place that seems to be happily plugging along under the radar. The Lazy Fox is tucked away on a small street behind Fulham Broadway. Pleasant vibes. The bar staff don’t take things too seriously, as evidenced by the many cheesy framed photos of Michael Bolton and Patrick Swayze that are dotted around the pub. This place heavily advertises their self-service beer wall. Basically, you can buy a pre-paid card then go wild on the taps by yourself. The beer wall has 8 taps and includes a few random lagers and some stuff from the US like Anchor Steam. The non-gimmicky bar selections are more interesting. The 3 casks were serving progressive UK micros like Redemption and Tiny Rebel. The bottle fridge contained a small selection of stuff including The Kernel, Partizan, and Beavertown. I can say that this is without a doubt the only pub within walking distance of Stamford Bridge where you can score Kernel beers. I tried a scotch egg and wasn’t blown away. The prices are fair. Overall, certainly one of the best places in the immediate vicinity of Fulham Broadway. If you were going to see Chelsea play and didn’t want to deal with the crowds at the White Horse, this would be a very solid alternative.