Hand in Hand Wimbledon
The Hand in Hand is like a fantastic country pub in the suburbs of nation's biggest city, by way of its reduced beams and ban on piped-music. It's also remarkably popular aided by the BBC during Wimbledon fortnight, with past clients including Pat Cash and John Inverdale. The club handles to feel just like a best-kept secret although the great garden-cum-green outside is a temporary home for 200-300 people during summer time.
Just who consumed all of the pies? Essentially anyone here - the specialty meal is great and there are often eight or nine for the pastry-based feasts being offered (from £8.50-£10.50). Additionally a well-handled variety of salads (£8.50-£10.50), including summertime favourite, bacon and avocado. From the refreshments front, the pub has an actual Camra experience it, despite being a brewery boozer. You will probably discover six genuine ales on offer (£2.80-£3), even though hand-pulled Addlestones cider (£3.80) is a cloudy treat.
We love the landlord because ...
Monday is poker night.
Meet the locals
Locals and tennis-loving sorts through that little-known yearly local tournament.
The club ended up being originally a bakery and was bought out by the forefathers regarding the Watneys brewing dynasty.
• Open 11am-11pm, Fri-Sat 11am-midnight, sunlight 12-10.30pm - Food Mon-Sat 12-10pm, Sun 12-9pm - teenage's - 7 Crooked Billet, Wimbledon typical, SW19 4RQ - 020-8946 5720