“Restaurant and Pub”
Mad Dogs and Englishmen is a restaurant and pub dedicated to London in the Sixties when a new period of optimism and hedonism emerged out of a drab grey post war Britain. Ancient elegance and a new opulence all tangled up in a dazzling blur of op and pop. Michael Caine and Princess Margaret. The Astors and The Krays. The Stones and the Changing of the Guard. Bailey and Snowden, Polanski and Tate. Writers and actors and troubadours and aristocrats all up and down the Kings Road. Mad Dogs and Englishmen was founded in 1991 in the best tradition of “Hands across the sea” by Wilton Morley a student in London during the sixties and Rick Craig, Lecturer and retired Marine Colonel . Chef Paul Shaver is creating your exquisite meals and behind the bar most evenings you can find Hugo Morley, godson of Noel Coward who famously turned Kipling’s quote into a song. We are about good food, good conversation, an eclectic mix of draft beers and wines and the same rebellious optimism that characterized London in its best, most bohemian decade. Mad Dogs and Englishmen is a restaurant and a pub, theatrical in flavour, acceptably priced, with a fun outdoor patio and a tradition of not taking itself too seriously.
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Mad Dogs & Englishmen
- Sun: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Sat: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm
- Fri: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
- Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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