Cock Tavern

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Cock Tavern Cock Tavern in London’s Fulham is a quirky gastro perfect for groups of friends to start the night. Discover your new favorite London pub with Party Earth. London England 51.481377 -0.199338
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Party Earth Review Creative takes on British classics, craft beer, and an atmosphere that melds both retro and modern designs are all on offer at Cock Tavern, a cozy gastropub that’s as quirky as its name. The spacious main... ... read full review

  • Neighborhood:

    Fulham
  • Address:

    360 North End Road
    London SW6 1LY

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  • Tube:

    District Line: Fulham Broadway

  • Phone:

    020 7385 6021

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  • Hours:

    M–Th 11am–11pm, F 11am–12:30am, Sa 10:30am–12:30am, Su 10:30am–10:30pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Cock Tavern Review

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Cock Tavern in London’s Fulham is a quirky gastro perfect for groups of friends to start the night. Discover your new favorite London pub with Party Earth.

Creative takes on British classics, craft beer, and an atmosphere that melds both retro and modern designs are all on offer at Cock Tavern, a cozy gastropub that’s as quirky as its name.

The spacious main room features a mishmash of styles, with elevated drinking and dining sections covered in throw rugs, a stocked bookcase, retro posters, an inviting fireplace, and chairs – including a hanging Perspex globe chair – that seem to have been purchased at different stores in different decades.

Purple paint, vibrant striped wallpaper, and a chandelier composed of several lampshades round out the décor, which is admittedly rather bizarre, but in that eccentric-friend’s-living-room kind of way.

This unorthodox backdrop attracts a nice mix of creative young Fulhamites, families, and groups of friends hungry for fish pies and venison hot pots, or maybe a little Scotch egg to go with their “fully loaded” burgers.

The pub is under the umbrella of the expansive Young’s Brewery brand, so there’s no shortage of familiar domestics behind the bar. But mellow clans can also dip into a tidy selection of tipples and imported crafts like Vedett and Aspall draft cider, which they can enjoy outside on the garden patio or sip between shots at the dart board.

Folks who got rowdy the night before can pop in for brunch every day and traditional roasts on Sundays, both of which promise hearty hangover cures, adding to Cock Tavern’s broad appeal.

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Tip from Jonah:

Although Cock Tavern is usually pretty relaxed, it can – like any good watering hole – get busy on Saturdays. But when it’s not too crowded, try to grab one of the retro phones mounted in some of the booths. You can phone in your drink order and pick it up when it’s ready.

  • Crowd

    Trendy but unpretentious locals, well-to-do families, groups of friends looking for a fun place where they can still chat comfortably, hungover brunchers, tourists off the beaten path, 20s to late 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    DJ spins funk, soul, and disco on Saturdays from 6pm.

    Pub quizzes on Sundays at 7:30pm, with the winner receiving £50 and the runner-up a bottle of wine.

    Dart board and board games available. Bookcase stocked with an array of books that guests are free to peruse.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Full menu of fresh takes on traditional British fare, including small “grazing plates” like fish pie and beef sliders, entrées like sirloin steaks and beer-battered haddock, a selection of puddings and ice cream, brunch fare available every day, and traditional roasts on Sundays.

  • Prices

    Starters and snacks £3–£6, brunch plates £4–£7, entrées £10–£16, large plates to share £12–£20. Beer £4.40–£5, wine £4–£8.50/glass or £14.50–£28+/bottle, cocktails £5–£6.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Upscale casual: nice shirts, office attire, button-downs, jeans, cute blouses, fitted sweaters.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any night for a chilled dinner with friends, Saturdays for a feistier crowd of pre-gamers, or Sundays for the pub quiz.

  • Close By

    Belushi’s (498-504 Fulham Road) has some of the cheapest drinks in town and a cool futuristic design heavy on metal furnishings. Mixology is non-existent – and the grub is pretty basic – but the regulars are young, unpretentious, and looking for a budget-friendly good time.

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