Review on White Horse
The White Horse situated on the corner of Parsons Green was famously dubbed 'The Sloaney Pony', plus, this premier-league Fulham watering hole was named 'Britain's Number One Pub' by trade broadsheet the Morning Advertiser. It recently scooped a Platinum Award from the industry-sponsored Beer Academy for its training courses.
Much of the credit goes to Mark Dorber, a crusading guru who vigorously champions the notion of beer with food. Every dish on the seasonal menu comes with a recommended brew (as well as a wine): have a bottle of Anchor Steam with chicken liver parfait and onion jam, try Goose Island IPA with Moroccan fish stew, or quaff a pint of Harveys Sussex Ale with beer-battered haddock and chips. On Sunday lunchtimes, it's worth joining the throngs for fillet of beef and bone marrow polenta with bottles of Fuller's 1845 poured into German crystal glasses.
You can choose to eat in the downstairs bar with its crimson walls, church pews and pine tables or venture upstairs - where the evening menu promises things like salt cod brandade, slow-roast rack of Romney Marsh lamb and caramelised pear crumble.
If you prefer the grape to the grain, the wine list is a gem of slate, cherry-picked from Adnams of Southwold. Mark and Sophie Dorber are now doing great things at the up-and-coming Anchor in Walberswick, Suffolk.
White Horse is also featured in: Hardens, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 8.30am - 12.00pm Mon-Fri (9.30am - 1.00pm Sat & Sun Brunch)
Lunch: 12.00 - 5.00pm
Dinner: 5.00 - 10.30pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card