Cute cozy pub with tons of history behind and even a world record Guinness! Perfect for a sunny afternoon on their terrace to enjoy views of the river.
Nice little pub next to the river.
Awesome place, nice food, nice view... They even give you sunscreen and sunglasses for the sunny days of summer. Don't forget to check the "smallest pub"
Sunday roast ripoff 2 slices of lamb, watery gravy and no seasoning... A part from this lovely pub atmosphere and location
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Worked here many years ago. Smallest public bar in London if memory serves
Perfect pub, small bit not too much. Lovely terrace at back, take the stairs to get the tables at the top and look over the river.
Looks good but it's hard to find a table!!!
Cosy, riverside pub with traditional food. A little further West than we'd like, but it's too gorgeous to miss.
Sunday Roast there is amazing!
Legendary place with nice foods and drinks.
A lovely spot on the Thames. Great pub.
If you want food you HAVE to reserve a table.
Great wine, chips and service. Overall, an excellent atmosphere by the river!
Nice for and outdoor beer - usually full on a sunny day
Wonderful place. Great for a good Sunday lunch. Or just a nice relaxing drink.
An amazing old pub with lots of history, the smallest bar in England, plenty space to sit inside or out, and good quality food. Always busy and vibrant.
The terrace is fantastic!
Ye auld pub by the river. Lovely.
Nice pub, good food. Nice beer garden looking the river
Good food, nice pub. Really nice beer garden looking the river
Great cosy place Delicious food but ...their card machines had problems with Natwest cards and I had to walk a lot to find an atm.......
Waitresses looked like they'd rather be any where but here working
Good food, fun little pub by the river. Pleasant, quirky staff too.
Beautiful old pub by the river with great views from the secluded beer garden. Great food and interesting range of beers including lager from Hawaii.
Has a nice terrace overlooking the river. Smallest bar in England. Very snug!
Mondays are live acoustic music..
A great little pub with an amazing little terrace on the Thames, fun staff and Live Irish music every Monday :) My best find in Hammersmith so far.
Once Guinness world record holder for smallest bar in England, also a favourite of Graham Green and Ernest Hemingway - the latter as famed for his notorious drinking abilities as his literary prowess.
The best burger I've eaten in London - fantastic job guys - well done.
Really great pub that cares enough to serve fever tree tonic. Great bloody maries
Hemingway used to go there. The area around it doesn't look like what you would expect from Hammersmith. A nice place by the Thames
If you can get a space on the terrace, you'll not regret it. It commands beautiful views of the Thames towards Richmond and Hammersmith.
Best place to watch the Boat Race
The Dove has the smallest bar room in the world.
Great location overlooking the river (South-facing so lots of sun). Amazing food (better than an average pub) and a good selection of Fuller's beer (best beer in the world!)
The pub is divided into four areas: a riverside garden/terrace, a lounge bar, a gorgeous conservatory area, and the tiny front bar, which merits an entry in Guinness World Records.
Have a Pint and look out over the Thames. Love this place.
Sit on the outside terrace, especially if the weather is nice. Gets crowded so be in early
Total sun trap out the back :)
This is not disabled friendly. The landlord claims that they have a licence preventing anyone with ANY restricted mobility from going anywhere other than being on the small floor by the door!
Turn right immediately for a welcoming snug bar; the uk's smallest apparently!
Free wifi, lovely breasts...
This cosy riverside pub dates back to the 16th century, and boasts the smallest bar in England – 4 foot 2 inches by 7 foot 10 inches.
Try the Fuller's Winter Warmer
Nice pub, friendly staff, no decaf :(
Don't have the linguini. It's rank.
Good pub. Yes, very good pub. But head a few doors west to see the place where the Victorian Internet (AKA the telegraph) was invented, and William Morris lived.
Quaint little Fullers pub with a riverside terrace. Food looks ropey but nice place for a pint in the sun.