More about The Bull's Head
One of London’s most cherished jazz venues, having hosted stars like Jeff Beck and Charlie Watts, The Bull’s Head is a cosy and quirky British pub in leafy Barnes. A revamped dining room serves up contemporary interpretations of pub classics alongside a wide selection of drinks.
Colourful seared scallops with cauliflower, vinegar and smoked bacon feature on the Bull's Head menu, and precede a whole dressed Devonshire crab and grilled octopus with braised endive and walnut pesto. Hearty chargrilled Long Horn rib-eye steak and beer-battered fish with hand-cut chips are traditional pub favourites, while delectable desserts include chocolate marquise and pear tart tatin.
Awash with colour from luminous yellow bookshelves and vibrant artwork, The Bull’s Head pub in London hosts live musicians daily. Drinks include an impressive selection of cask, craft and bottled beers, as well as an extensive wine list, divided by grape and flavour.
Peeping over the River Thames, The Bull’s Head is just a 5-minute walk from Barnes Bridge Station.