The Grenadier Pub
The Grenadier Pub was originally built as the officer’s mess for the Royal Foot Guards in 1720, before becoming a public house in the early 18th century. It has retained much of its charm over the resulting centuries, found in Belgravia along a cobbled lane serving up traditional pub grub and grand ole English liquor. The cosy atmosphere is characterised by the cosy corners and compact restaurant that is a perfect getaway during the chillier winter months.
The military history still sits proudly in place, with a collection of memorabilia displayed proudly along its walls. However, people do not just arrive for the food, drink and welcoming atmosphere. It is renowned for the ghost that haunts the premises and you can take some time to read the newspaper reports framed on the walls that tell their own story. You should be safe as long as you drink up well before closing time and make the most of this gloriously quaint and traditional English pub.
Tel: 020 7235 3074