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The Curtains Up

28a Comeragh Road, Barrons Court, London, W14 9HR +44 2034637485

((((* British
Main course: £11
Food spend: £19
Opening hours
Open from 12:00 to 23:00 Monday to Saturday, and 12:00 to 22:30 on Sunday.

Great pub, ok service, good food - atmosphere cosy and nice. We went on Saturday in a bank holiday and it wasn't too busy compared to other visits.

JWF 30 May 2016
from London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

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Gourmet British classics, bustling banter and a chic, comfortable interior are all offered at The Curtains Up. Pub quizzes and TV sports generate a great atmosphere, and the Barons Court Theatre is seconds away.

Firm British favourites are given a gourmet gastropub makeover on The Curtains Up menu. There are light bites like goats cheese rarebit on sour dough, and generously filled rustic sandwiches, with fillings including rare roast beef, onion chutney and creamed horseradish. Vegetarian dishes at The Curtains Up restaurant include roasted pumpkin salad, and there are also hearty burgers and a popular Sunday roast.

As well as a fine selection of ales and an extensive wine list, The Curtains Up West Kensington mixes up eclectic cocktails like elderflower martinis. A rich dessert selection includes white chocolate cheesecake and red berry compote.

With lively quiz nights and nearby theatre entertainment, The Curtains Up London is 4 minutes’ walk from Barons Court Tube Station.

The Curtains Up

28a Comeragh Road, Barrons Court, London, W14 9HR

Contact +44 2073867543
Reservations +44 2034637485

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Customer reviews for The Curtains Up

3.8 ((((* (based on 11 reviews)
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  • ((*** 20 August 2016 by Rita Pegg from London

    On the not to large menu, there was approximately 6 choices not available. Very strange. The waiter said that they had not had their normal delivery that morning?

  • ((((* 30 May 2016 by JWF from London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

    Great pub, ok service, good food - atmosphere cosy and nice. We went on Saturday in a bank holiday and it wasn't too busy compared to other visits.

  • ((*** 6 April 2016 by Anne Barnes from London

    Having eaten here many times I had no hesitation taking a friend. He had a great meal but my salad was very disappointing, in fact it was awful. It must have taken the chef 5 minutes to put it together (badly) and did not taste too good either. There was a minute amount of chicken, the little gem lettuces had just been sliced through (right down to the stem) which were virtually inedible - £12.00 for that was extortionate. I mentioned it to the waitress at the time. We also had to remind the waitress a second time that we had ordered one more glass of wine.
    I will go back to the pub as it is close to where I work and remember not to have the chicken Caesar salad.

  • ((((* 22 February 2016 by Jason Christian from London

    Great place for a relaxed evening of dinner and drinks. Friendly staff, delicious food.

  • ((((* 13 December 2015 by Jeremy Chidson from London

    The food was very tasty and the service good.

  • ((((* 18 November 2015 by Marianne Harder from copenhagen

    very nice place, friendly staff

  • ((((( 24 October 2015 by Rachael Austin from Wantage

    Loved the decor and ambience. Service efficient and friendly - food and wine delicious although would have liked more veg/salad options - or to be included with main course.

  • ((((( 5 August 2014 by Robert Mahony from London

    Excellent food, exceptional service.

  • ((((* 10 February 2013 by l-globetrotter from Zurich

    Great location, and very cosy interiors, and I heard good things about pre-theatre dinners and the shows themselves - when we lunched here, it was not terribly busy, my friend's carrot and orange soup was really lovely, and the beetroot and goat cheese (crumbed and friend quarters) salad was nice, though not enough beetroot for my liking to call it a beetroot salad, and I am not sure if it's because of quantity or presentation, ie think slices on the bottom of the plate showered/hidden by salad leaves etc. My mushroom and spinach "Wellington" was lovely, but not enough mushroom, only just "a mention", and it had either uncooked pastry or some weird tasteless cheese inside, i could have done without it, because otherwise this was an excellent dish with poached duck egg and probably the nicest hollandaise i have ever tasted. I give the food overall rating of 3/5 only because the cheese platter was abysmal, cheese average, way too cold (felt like straight out of the fridge), with some strange biscuits and chutney, not suitable or tasty, some apple, grapes, muscatels and proper bread, not to mention room temperature cheese serve would redeem otherwise underwhelming and disappointing finish to the meal.

  • ((((* 11 July 2011 by Smudgers from London

    Curtains Up is our local and we love it. Went for Sunday lunch for first time. Great selection if you eat meat but would've loved a veggie roast alternative. Service was excellent, food was great as always.

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