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About The Brown Cow
The Brown Cow in Fulham offers pub classics and a seasonal menu in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.You can dine at a table or sit at the bar and enjoy some bar snacks while you sip a traditional ale. Sister restaurant to the much acclaimed Sands End Public House, The Brown Cow provides delicious, affordable dining for lunch or dinner or just a good place to stop off and have a pint.
London, SW6 5SA
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday 12-3pm / 6-10pm
Saturday 10-4pm / 6-10pm
Monday to Friday 12-12am
£26 to £40
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7384 9559
Pay and display up to 5pm, free after 5pm.
Parsons Green tube station is 4 minutes walk, on Fulham Road bus route.
Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wine
The Brown Cow Ratings and Reviews
Once more the Brown Cow did not disappoint, the food and atmosphere were second to none. Still remains one of my favourite places for a spot of lunch with friends. My only comment I would say, is PLEASE can we go back to regular mint sauce, for some reason the chef has taken the choice to use mint jelly, which to be honest was a real let down, just a pot of clear gel with a few specks of mint, absolutely no taste at all, and rather pointless.
We were a small group celebrating a birthday and the staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. The atmosphere was relaxed but remained refined and the food was lovely with a range from traditional pub dishes with a twist, to more fine dining options. The scallop risotto was superb! I would highly recommend.
We have visited The Brown Cow for several years now and have always been happy with the quality of food and service
However on this visit the food was exceptional. The duck in filo to start was so good we ordered another and the cod was cooked to perfection
Brown Cow just keeps getting better. Pls send our compliments to the chef for some of his innovative dishes.
By far and away the best pub in Fulham. Excellent attentive staff. Good selection of draught beers. Delicious food accompanied by a comprehensive wine list. Very friendly atmosphere in a welcoming and tasteful rustic decor. Would highly recommend The Brown Cow for either a meal out or a few pints after work. Or both!
Busy place but the staff are very attentive.
We shared a starter of Steak Tartare which was the best we had ever tasted :) For mains; my husband had the Barbeque beef short rib which was just amazing, he said was better than any steak! I had the Tartiflette which was also really good and so tasty, we thoroughly enjoyed the meal. The portions are a good size and the wine selections are also pretty good, we will definitely come back again. 10/10!
My parents were visiting from Australia and after a number of nights dining out, the brown cow was without a doubt the best. So much so we ate here twice. The food is so delicious, service impeccable and friendly and overall just a great place to eat for any occasion!
The most delicious Sunday Roast to date. The beef was exceptional and the roast vegetables cooked to perfection. The Yorkshire pudding just topped it off, as it was equally well done. Accompanied by a glass of red wine and a great buzzy atmosphere with bar staff that clearly enjoyed being there. The very thought of the meal I had makes me hungry and every Sunday lunch may never be good enough again.
This was the second time I went to Brown Cow- the service is SO good. When I walked in, the guy behind the bar welcomed me in as if he had just been WAITING for me to show up! Haha. The server was also very friendly and casual, felt like we'd been coming there for ages. My friends visiting from the States were also pleasantly surprised. One of the special starters was out, which I think was the case the last time I came too, so it would be better if you had enough starters for the full day (my reso was at 9).
Aside from the fact that it's my local pub, The Brown Cow is my favourite dinner venue in Parson Green for a casual and delicious dining experience. It's the perfect place to catch up with friends for dinner and a drink. Since the kitchen always provides an interesting specials menu - I will never tire of eating here! And the service is ALWAYS exceptional.
4 of us sat down to eat in this very lively pub with tables. Having eaten there several times before we were expecting a good meal. In fact we had a great meal, the host was brilliant, affable, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. The staff busy and efficient. The alcoves and back wall tables give the best location to avoid the crush at the bar and be able to talk. The dishes were traditional with a twist and absolutely succulent. All round outstanding food - we think they must have a new chef as everything has gone up a notch, understated but excellent.
We were easily persuaded to try their Chateaubriand beef for 2 to share. It was a very generous portion. Our starter was their famous scotch egg. It was delicious, crispy on the outside with runny egg yolk. The sous vide beef was excellent, delicate, flavoursome yet not heavy considering the quality. The food was great but not something you can't find in other good gastropubs. However, the attentive but non intruding service was what makes it extremely pleasant to dine and hang out at. My knife had a small water mark so I was cleaning it with the napkin when fiddling with the cutlery. The waitress immediately replaced it with a clean knife in the friendliest manner. We had a great evening and are already looking forward to going back soon.
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