A cosy pub tucked away on an historic street, The White Hart Waterloo is known for its impressive stock of craft beers, cask ales and gourmet pub grub.
A great selection of gourmet pub grub is served on the White Hart menu, ranging from quick bites to wholesome hearty mains. Eclectic small plates to start feature recipes like chicken skewers marinated in ras el hanout, with quinoa salad and coconut dressing, as well as truffle mac 'n' cheese bites. Traditional dishes like British mint-glazed lamb rump are served, as well as a variety of burgers and vegetarian dishes. The Sunday roasts at The White Hart are also popular, and can be enjoyed with a glass of one of the carefully selected wines on offer.
Other drinks at The White Hart in Waterloo include a superb selection of international beers such as IPAs, stouts, and cask ales. The dessert selection features treats like salted caramel profiteroles, as well as a fine British cheeseboard.
Surrounded by some of London's oldest workers' cottages, The White Hart in London is a great little escape from the bustle of the area. Waterloo Train Station is only 3 minutes' walk away. The pub is also near the iconic London Eye.
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23 February 2019
This is a regular for us when we meet at Waterloo station. Great little pub with and excellent range of beers. The food is reasonably priced and good quality. Vegetarian option is available. Helpful staff.
23 March 2017
Great had my leaving do and had bar snacks as well , all was great
21 March 2017
I met up with an old friend for mid week lunch. Nice relaxed atmosphere with friendly staff. I'd previously had Sunday lunch at The White Hart which was good (lamb roast). However the midweek menu is limited. My friend and I chose steak and cheese sandwich with fries. When it arrived it looked ok (ish). We embarked on a game of hunt the steak and found a tough strip of leather hidden inside each of the two quarter sandwiches. It wasn't great I have to say! In conclusion I'd say by all means go for a Sunday roast but avoid the cheese and steak sandwich.
20 March 2017
Very friendly pub restaurant with very good service and a thoughtful choice of tasty food. Great value and an excellent location to meet up.
9 July 2016
Met a friend there for lunch; main criteria was "must accept dogs". The pub is bright and pleasant; bit of queue to get served but not too bad. A nice little public house.
25 May 2016
Good place to meet near waterloo
20 April 2016
Don't eat there! Vegetables were inedible and mashed potato had the weirdest taste. Told waitress when she asked but she didn't seem to care. Don't waste your money here on food. Wine wasn't too good either