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The Warrington

93 Warrington Crescent, London, W9 1EH

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Main course: £14
Food spend: £16
Opening hours
Monday to Thursday: 12:00 - 22:00. Friday: 18:00 - 22:30. Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 23:30. Sunday: 12:00 - 15:30 & 18:00 - 21:00.

An iconic pub and restaurant in Maida Vale, The Warrington serves up hearty British reinterpreted pub classics against the backdrop of a magnificent, imposing façade. The Warrington pub bar accompanies the trendy yet cosy saloon bar, alongside an al fresco garden with barbeque facilities.

Full of character and intrigue, The Warrington is rumoured to have been a brothel owned by the Church of England. The Warrington Maida Vale has an air of timeless classicism, with fine burgundy banquettes, grand pillars and an elegant dining room.

Bold British and European creations on The Warrington menu include Whitby plaice with samphire, parsley oil and Scottish mussels or dry aged beef sirloin with roasted marrow and smoked garlic. Fresh, seasonal produce is used and there is a children’s menu or delicious British bar snacks.

Built in 1857, The Warrington London is in a striking Grade II Listed building. Maida Vale Tube Station is a 3-minute walk from The Warrington restaurant.

The Warrington

93 Warrington Crescent, London, W9 1EH

Contact +44 2072868282

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Customer reviews for The Warrington

3 (((** (based on 2 reviews)
50% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • al fresco (1)
  • business (1)
  • dinner (1)
  • large parties (1)
  • luxury (1)
  • romantic (1)
  • (**** 16 June 2012 by Neville S from Nottingham

    I went to this restaurant a few times when [...]had it. Sharp service, busy, vibrant buzzing atmosphere, great food and wine and value for money at c [$]/head.I knew it had changed hands and took my team there this week (Wednesday evening, 13th June).I'd rung beforehand and was told there was no need to book, which I took not to be the most encouraging sign. There was only one other table occupied in the whole upstairs room but it was still almost impossible to get the attention of the sole waitress, a surly young French woman whom none of us thought customer-friendly. She confirmed that all the best kitchen staff had left since [...] sold up.My chicken pie was like a soup with a pastry lid, the Scotch quails eggs were tasteless. I ordered sauvignon blanc but was brought a mixed grape variety including Colombard which I don't like. The surly waitress seemed unhappy with me for pointing this out and asking for the single grape wine. They didn't have it even though I had ordered from their list. Each time we needed service we had to cough, wave, signal and wait for an eternity. To cap it all [$] was added to our bill for service rather than give us an option.My prediction is that this place will close before long. I am not an inveterate writer of reviews and have never reviewed a restaurant ona website before but I felt strongly that I don't want other people to pay high prices ([$] for 4) and get the poor food and service we did.This is pub food and service at restaurant prices

  • ((((( 13 October 2011 by Deli from London

    Great place

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