Pig & Whistle, Bramley Road, North Kensington

Location and opening hours

Pig & Whistle
Address:
Pig & Whistle, 92 Bramley Road, North Kensington
London  W10 6UG
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 8960 8071
Opening hours:
Sunday 12 noon–10.30 PM   Monday 11 AM–11 PM   Tuesday 11 AM–11 PM   Wednesday 11 AM–11 PM   Thursday 11 AM–11 PM   Friday 11 AM–11 PM   Saturday 11 AM–11 PM
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Trains:
Ladbroke Grove CRC H&C, Latimer Road CRC H&C, White City CNT, Wood Lane CRC H&C

This pub has vegetarian dishes, serves real ale and serves food.

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Other pubs close to this one:

Garden Bar & Grill is in Bramley Road, less than ¼ mile from Pig & Whistle, and provides food, a wine bar, vegetarian dishes, outside seating, serves real ale, seating area

Kenilworth Castle is at 104 St. Anns Road, less than ¼ mile away. Kenilworth Castle is a pub situated close to Holland Park tube station. They serve a variety of beers, wines and spirits but no food.

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Local restaurants

Bamboo Basket is an expensive Chinese restaurant in Ariel Way, about ⅓ mile from Pig & Whistle, and provides vegetarian dishes, takeaway, disabled access and air conditioning

Byron is an expensive American restaurant in Ariel Way, about ⅓ mile away

Comptoir Libanais is a pricey Lebanese restaurant in Ariel Way, about ⅓ mile from Pig & Whistle

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