The Grenadier Pub
The Grenadier Pub is without a doubt one of the most charming and original pubs in London. Tucked away down a cobbled mews in the heart of Belgravia, this pub offers cosy, old world charm as well as great food and fantastic pints. In 1720 this was the officers mess for the local barracks, and in 1818 it received a licence to serve the public. Very little has changed to the Grenadier since then. There is a small snug at the back and low-ceilinged resaturant where customers can eat traditional British pub food such as fish and chips and fine steak and pies.
There is plenty of military memorabilia on the walls that has been accumulated fro the London regiments over the years. The locals are always up for a good chat; this is definitely a bar where great conversations can be struck up by strangers at any time. The most unique character in the pub, however, is its ghost. This is one of the most haunted pubs in the country, and newspaper articles from over the years that describe the various ghostly goings-on, line one of the pub's walls. In the summer customers spill out into the quiet mews and enjoy this tranquil and stunning little secret corner of Belgravia.
Tel: 020 7235 3074
Entry Charges: Admission Free