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Reviews of The Blackbird Pub in Earls Court London

Located just round the corner from Earl's Court tube station. The Blackbird is the most convenient stop for anyone making a flying visit to the district. It's easy to spot. It has somewhat of a Gothic look to its facade. It is also painted jet black on the exterior, to match its name.

Inside the theme is continued with dark walls and low lighting. Like many of the Fullers Ale and Pie Houses, the Blackbird used to be a bank. Its also got numerous antique embellishments and fine wooden panelling. In fact you'd be forgiven for thinking it had been this way since Victorian times.

Food - Pies And Pints

The fare is also very traditional, with pies and pints the orders of the day and night. There's the full range of Fuller's often-exotic ales, a respectable meal and snack menu with good vegetarian dishes as well. It is all salubrious, hearty stuff that'll fill you up for hours afterwards.


Due to its welcoming atmosphere, the pub is a favourite with travelling football fans. When teams play at Stamford Bridge, it is only a fifteen-minute walk from here. If you're not one of them, you can always watch the game (or any other) from the pub itself. Sports is shown on its two screens. Outside seating on both the pavement and in the beer garden is available when the weather permits

Four star rating image Jeanette Bishop was on a tour of europe and sent us in what she thought of the food. She says: The Best Fish Pie I have ever tasted, I really want the recipe. I actually rate it as the best meal I had over my entire 4 week trip.

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The Blackbird
209 Earls Court Road
Tel: 020 7835 1855

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