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The Duke Of Wellington, Marylebone - pub details

Duke Of Wellington
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Address: 94a Crawford Street, Marylebone, London, W1H 2HQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 862) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.thedukew1.co.uk

Nearest tube stations Marylebone (0.2 miles), Baker Street (0.3 miles), Edgware Road (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations London Marylebone (0.2 miles), London Paddington (0.7 miles), London Euston (1.5 miles)

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General information: There's a signpost next to the bar with places and dates of Wellington's battles on it.

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 40 users)
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user reviews of the Duke Of Wellington, Marylebone

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With most tables set out for dining, an extensive wine list chalked up on one wall and a limited range of ales, this pub appears to have its foot firmly planted in one camp. Yet there are Banksy-esque and G&G prints, an eclectic music selection and crafty concessions on tap which are enough to keep the gastro pretensions at bay, although one would struggle to imagine this place heaving with the after-work crowd more through space considerations than anything else.
Komakino - 7 May 2015 15:11
In may ways this really seems to be more of a trendy wine bar than your traditional pub, with itís chunky wooden tables, each with a candle on as well as some small candelabras in the window and reclaimed wooden floorboards but itís a pleasant enough place I suppose, although it was very noisy on a recent Friday evening visit.

Itís a light and airy place with large, dual aspect windows, a dark maroon ceiling and leather bench seating around the perimeter. There is also a small amount of outside seating. There was an extensive wine list chalked up on a board next to the bar, which unusually listed the vintage as well as the grape and the vineyard. These were all available by the glass and there was a further wine list available in addition to this.

Beers on tap were London Pride, Doom Bar and Black Sheep. They also had Addlestones cider which made a pleasant change from most of the sweet, fizzy concoctions that you get around these parts.
Blackthorn - 28 Mar 2011 11:34
Decorated in the deeply dull 'gastropub' style which is to common these days, and filled people who mainly look like young Tories, this is a restaurant and not really a pub. Such a shame - the pre-makeover Wellington had real character.
stokey - 17 Jan 2011 13:42
For about four hours in mid-afternoon, this pub is quite a nice pub. The rest of the time (lunch time and evening) it's basically a restaurant with some slightly drunken people standing at the bar or sitting outside, where to they kick all the drinkers to make way for diners.

If you are OK with your pub being a restaurant in disguise, then I can recommend the decor, which is tasteful, and the food - which is very good, although served on cold plates. I must however warn you the service could drive you insane. It's slow, not exactly helpful, and a couple of the staff are just plain rude. Wine is expensive by the glass (£6.40 for the cheapest pinot noir on the blackboard): you are probably better off getting a bottle. Beware that if you choose off the wine list you may have to wait 25 minutes while they hunt in the cellar for the bottle.

fireblonde - 29 Jul 2010 10:29
First impression not great but very friendly service , three ales on Black Sheep , London Pride and Deuchars . Pleasant enough outside to sit in the sun and watch the world go by .
trenchlad - 24 May 2009 19:50

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