Bolton326 Earls Court Road
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The pub was built in the early 1890s and replaced an earlier pub dating from at least the mid 1860s. Now this spacious Victorian pub has been taken up-market in the wave of gentrification of West London, and is none the worse for it. The decorative plaster ceiling is supported by scroll-topped metal columns and there is plenty of etched glass with mirrors and an elaborate bar-back with clock.There's a variety of comfortable seating in the main bar and in the snug at rear. Take a look at the Dutch-themed upstairs bar, or tasting room, 'Proeflokaal Rembrandt' offering some 105+ beers, including many high quality Belgian & Dutch beers. The back drop commemorates the day of disgrace for the British Navy when in the 'Raid on the Medway' the Dutch fleet broke a protective chain across the river Medway in 1667, successfully attacked the British fleet in what was described as its most serious defeat ever in home waters, and temporarily blockaded London. Regular Dutch activities are organised, and authentic Dutch food served. See hours etc., on the web https://www.proeflokaalrembrandt.co.uk/ As at August 2021 it was reported that real ale had been removed from this pub due to lack of demand.