Popping to your favourite pop act can result in a serious appetite, so it’s just as well that there’s an excellent selection of eateries in this smart West London district. It’s a popular area for tourists to stay on their visit to the capital, and restaurants in Earl’s Court represent an eclectic bunch of nations. Greek, Italian, Indian and more are all spoken for, and the area has some excellent traditional pubs, too.
Pub-wise, The Duke of Clarence is a popular choice. Renowned for refined comfort food, the Duke has a relaxed atmosphere and bright, inspiring décor. Popular with locals who come for brunch and to watch Sky Sports, the pub has some posh takes on traditional pub grub including smoked haddock & salmon fishcakes and pickled summer vegetables or warm wheat-free chocolate sponge, strawberry coulis, and clotted cream. Prices are very competitive for the area.
If you’re after Earls Court restaurants, As Greek as it Gets is exactly that. A mere 3-minute amble from Earls Court Tube, the restaurant specialises in authentic Greek food such as pan-fried kefalotyri with sesame seeds or prawns & mussels with feta, tomato sauce and ouzo. The décor is attractive, dark and elegant, and if you’re lucky, your waiter or waitress will be too.