Review on The Telegraph
An historic pub in the heart of Putney Heath, the Telegraph has been reborn as a stylish contemporary watering hole with a distinct 'country' feel. It's a fine-looking building, painted white, with shuttered windows upstairs and green space all around; inside, leather sofas, polished wood floors and abundant prints create an equally affluent mood.
The kitchen serves up a mix bag of appealing dishes to suit all-comers. Here you will find light bites (croque monsieur, club sandwiches, lamb kofta with pitta bread), fresh fish (oven-baked mackerel with pesto, risotto and extra virgin olive oil sauce) and a stew of the day - perhaps provençal-style rabbit with tagliatelle. There are also platters to share, sizzling snails, Cumberland sausages with Cheddar mash, fishcakes and more besides. The wine list is supported by a cracking line up of real ales - an ever-changing array that might run from Adnams Broadside to St Austell Tribute.
Restaurant reviewed by Jenny McGregorRate this Restaurant
Gastro pub / Modern European
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card