Bath Road Padworth, Reading, EN, GB, RG7 5HT
- Phone: (44) 118 971-3282
- Fax: (44) 118 971-4238
Bars & Cafes
Just a couple of steps across the road from the Houses of Parliament and with views of Big Ben, this Westminster favorite gets quite crowded at peak times but it is easy to see why. This Grade II listed pub is perfect for a pint or two of Badgers or Tanglefoot, either under the impressive vaulted ceilings in the downstairs bar, or upstairs in the lovely balcony bar. As well as good beer they do great pub grub. Visitors might even end up tucking into a steak and kidney pie next to the Permanent Undersecretary of State!
Located near the House of Commons, The Red Lion sees a lot of political celebrities in its midst. It is also a stone's throw away from the Prime Minister's House. There is fine food and drinks consisting of Carrot & coriander soup with herb toasted bruschetta, Fuller’s beer battered fish & chips, buttered peas & tartare sauce and other delicacies that one can savor in the presence of journalists and parliamentarians who throng this place. Private events can be held in the venue. There is free Wi-Fi access too.
The warm tones and flavors of Atami are a welcome break from the winter environs around. The Chef makes sure that guests visiting this eating paradise leave full and satisfied. Choose from the seasons hottest favorites. Pair these delectable dishes with plum wine and sake at your table or the bar. Reservations are recommended.
Osteria dell'Angolo serves delicious portions of Italian cuisines that have been masterfully crafted by the chefs. This is your best bet when it comes to sampling freshly-prepared and flavorful delicacies in London. Go on and enjoy!
Warm, hearty and friendly is probably the best way to describe this delightful pub. Unusually, Adam and Eve manages to recreate that traditional feel without ever seeming tacky or forced. There is an extensive range of real ales to keep beer lovers amused and there is also the usual selection of other drinks. The clientele is somewhat mixed, with some regulars from the upmarket locality itself, and others (both young and old) who are drawn by the atmosphere. It's near to both Scotland Yard and the passport office, so it tends to get quite busy around the 6p mark. All in all a classic pub.
Docked on the beautiful Thames, PS Tattershall Castle once used to be a passenger ferry and even served during the Second World War. After retiring in CE 1973, today it has become one of the most famous and iconic floating restaurant cum bars in and around London. Moored right across the London Eye, this vessel is easily accessible from any location in Central London. Not only an amazing restaurant but it also doubles as a unique event venue perfect for hosting parties, corporate functions and formal luncheons.