from 3 user reviews
|ADDRESS:||187 Earls Court Road|
|MAP:||Location map & what's nearby|
|VENUE TYPE:||Public Houses & Inns|
|NEAREST STATION:||Earl's Court|
|TELEPHONE:|| 020 7370 2626|
|OPENING HOURS:||Downstairs; 8am to 12am Monday to Saturday. 9am to 11.30pm Sunday. Upstairs dining room; 6pm to 10pm every day|
|EMAIL:||Send an email|
| Party bookings accepted | Private hire available | Children welcome | Credit cards accepted | Background music | Outdoor space
This is a pub that was very popular this last Christmas and was always very busy. It has a great atmosphere and the pints I had there over a month were great. Did not sample the food but the patrons who did obviously enjoyed it very much. Will be back at Earls Court this Christmas and will make a point of going a back and checking out the food myself. The staff we terrific and coped pretty well at busy times... always cheerful.
We used this pub as our local while exhibiting at Earls Court.
Friendly bar staff, good range of beers (we were lucky enough to get an excellent Timothy Taylors Landlord during our visit though it didn't last long) which are also well kept - and pulled with sparklers on, a bonus for us northerners!
We didn't eat there, but, the place was buzzing and one of the best pubs I've been to in London ever.
If you like good beer and a friendly welcome, just go and see for yourself.
I have visited the Courtfield a number of times in the past year (2009), using the Earls Court area as a base to visit London. The pub is good for its service of drinks and opening times, being the only one in the area to open to midnight, the staff are very obliging and hard working. The only criticism of the establishment was a meal that I had late one afternoon, it was not very good and over-priced for it's content, a member of my party even had to ask for a replacement meal which still was not of a required standard. I will be returning in 2010 and hope to try a meal again, perhaps it may be improved. I would recommend the Courtfield as a good London pub though.