The Grenadier

The Grenadier

Built in 1720 and originally the Officers Mess, or dining hall, for the Duke of Wellington’s soldiers, this is a wonderfully traditional pub painted red white and blue to match the Union Jack. Its Beef Wellington, a traditional dish of beef lined with Madeira-soaked mushrooms wrapped in pastry, is said to be the best in London. 

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