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The Duke of Clarence

Lady Blonde says: “With good food, an open fire, booth seating and sport on TVs, this pub attracts the relaxed division of the 'Smart Set'.”

148 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 0BE

Call 020 7373 1285
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Filed under: Pub
Location: South Kensington
Nearest tube: Gloucester Road

Heralded as one of the oldest, historic licensed buildings on Old Brompton Road, the beauty of the Duke of Clarence lies in the bright decor. Inspired by Art Nouveau motifs: gilded leaves, tree branches, mottos and geometric patterns which the cream walls around the roaring fire adds to the charm of this aesthetically pleasing venue. The regularly changing and daily-specials menus and extensive wine list ensure that the venue is regularly awash with locals.

 
Monday to Wednesday

11am-11pm

Thursday to Saturday

11am-12am

Sunday

12pm-10:30pm

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