Excellent pub, has patio with heaters, great pub area with nice chesterfield couches, rustic wooden tables. Also a separate dining area. Lots of English and foreign taps and bottles. Food is excellent. Absolutely worth a visiit if you are in London.
Traditional style English pub in a suburban area of London opposite a park close to Parson’s Green Underground Station. Fantastic selection of cask, keg & bottled beers from all over the world. Satisfactory service nice relaxed atmosphere. Food looked fantastic. Will go back for a meal.
When I lived in London I used to go to this very nice Pub In Parson’s Green... Good times...
Belgo (11) Køge, Denmark | September 21, 2008| Updated April 14, 2009
Quite simply one of the best beer places I’ve ever been to. Why? Because they bother! I went there two nights in a row and got to talk to one of the bartenders, who seemed a bit surprised to have customers that were really serious about beer and who actually knew more than just the difference between lager and bitter. According to him the vast majority of their customers were the same as everywhere else; people who didn’t give a shit what they are drinking as long as it doesn’t cost a fortune and is served cold. So they sold a lot of lager as most other pubs. But instead of just offering their customers the usual Carlsberg, Tetleys, Carling or another bland industrial lager, this place offers customers Staropramen. And they have a massive range of really interesting british cask ales which they, unlike most other places (Cask Marque or not) treat the way it should be. The result is the most perfect version of British Cask Ale, you’ll ever encounter. And besides this, they carry a massive Belgian
Is the undisputed king of London. Not a traditional pub, much more. A place where the beer culture is combined with the excellent cuisine. Important variety of Real Ales and "commercial" beers. Always crowded but functionally serviced, it is equally suitable for lovers of good beer and for the Londoners who have found in the White Horse a place of pre- evening meeting . Nice place. Good beer. Good food. Beautiful people. Anithing else?
E’ il re incontrastato di Londra. Non un pub tradizionale, molto di più. un posto dove la cultura della birra si fonde con l’ottima cucina. Varietà importante di Real Ales e birre più “commerciali”. Sempre affollato ma con un servizio funzionale, è ugualmente adatto sia per gli amanti della buona birra sia per i londinesi che hanno trovato nel White Horse un posto di ritrovo pre-serata. Bel posto. Buona birra. Buona cucina. Bella gente. Serve altro?
This place is very modern with a great decor - wooden benches, tables, brick wall, patio is wonderful but ALWAYS packed. Service was more than friendly, and food was excellent. A decent selection of American draft and bottles. On cask - they had Stone Smoked Porter. Damn..right up there with the best. I went here after the Great English Beer Festival - where they had an American feature. When i saw their beer fridges, they had Great Divide, Stone, Dogfish, Brookyln etc.. When i asked for two oak-aged yeti’s with a price, they looked at me and handed the bottle and said ’ this is free’... I was so shocked, and impressed! Next round we got some Arrogant Bastard Ales (again.. for free?). This time, Greg from Stone came to our table and said ’You know your drinking my beer right?". Anyways, defiantly a great beer pub/bar. A must - go!
Visited early saturday afternoon. Wonderful traditional interior, which is clean instead of dirty like most pubs. Great patio, which was a bit windy, but with a view at the park. People might be a bit poshy, but that is to be expected in that area. Wonderful pub, absolute must visit.
Like Joe, I was there for a festival and it was jam packed. Beer was impressive, especially on tap, but it was a little pricey. Overall I rather enjoyed this place and would like to see it again on a normal day.