‘PUB OF THE YEAR’ – Wandsworth Borough Business Awards 2015-16
‘CELLAR KEEPER OF THE YEAR’ – Greater London – Regional Winner 2016
‘RECOMMENDED’ – Michelin Restaurant & Hotel Great Britain and Ireland Guide 2016
‘GOURMANDS DELIGHT’ – The Sunday Times 2016
‘FINALIST’ – The Food Awards London 2016
‘BIB GOURMAND AWARD’ – Michelin Restaurant & Hotel Great Britain and Ireland Guide 2015
‘TOP TEN SUNDAY LUNCHES’ – Gentleman’s Journal 2015
‘PICK OF THE PUBS’ – AA Pub Guide 2014
Gin is a spirit which derives its predominant flavour from juniper berries.
From its earliest origins in the Middle Ages, gin has evolved over the course
of a millennium from a herbal medicine to a popular alcoholic beverage.
Gin was developed on the basis of the older Jenever, Gin is one of the broadest
categories of spirits, represented by products of various origins, styles,
and flavour profiles that all revolve around juniper as a common ingredient.
London Dry -Very dry, light bodied, and pungent, this is what most of us
think of when we think of gin.
Plymouth -Though originally as rich as a Dutch genever, today this regional gin,
made only in Plymouth, England, is as clean and bracing as a London dry.
Old Tom -London dry’s sweeter, fuller-bodied parent has only recently come
back on the market after decades in suspended animation.
Genever -This style—the original—uses a malt-spirit base, making it not unlike
a flavoured whiskey. Less botanical than the English styles, and more sippable.
Good for Sipping straight
International Style -These new styles of gin, draw on an expanded palette of
botanicals, are as subtle and intriguing as fine fragrances.
Beefeater 24, Becketts, Bloom, Bombay Sapphire, Bombay Dry, Bombay ‘Star of Bombay’, Boodles, The Botanist, Brecon Gin, Brennan & Brown ‘Colonial Gin’, Brokers, Bulldog, Copper House Gin, Caorunn, Cotswolds Gin, City of London, Dodds, Fords, Fifty Pounds, Greenhall’s, Hoxton Gin, Hayman’s, Hendricks, Juniper Green ‘Organic’, Jensens, Japanese Gin, The King of Soho, Langleys No 8, London No 1, Mayfair Gin, Millers Westbourne, Mombasa Club, No 3 St.James, Ophir Spiced, Oxley, Plymouth, Pickering’s, Portobello Road, Sipsmith, Silent Pool, SW4 London Dry, Tanqueray ‘London Dry’, Tanqueray ‘Rangpoor’, Tanqueray ‘Ten’, Tanqueray ‘Malacca’, Tarquin’s Dry, Williams Chase, Whitley Neill
PRIVATE DINING ROOM FOR HIRE – ENQUIRY FORM
Family Events, General Events, Business & Corporate Events
Please note this is an enquiry form only.
We are fortunate to have a large, light and airy function room at The Earl Spencer. This space is completely self-contained from the pub downstairs as it has its own private entrance from the street, its own kitchen and bar and dedicated toilet facilities. This makes it a very popular for private meetings and hospitality as it minimises the risk of disturbance from external elements.
It is a versatile space which can accommodate up to 72 guests for a seated function and up to 100 for a mainly standing event.
Business & Coporate Events
If you would like further information about hiring our function room then please complete our online enquiry form or call 02088709244
“I just wanted to say a huge thank you for a lovely evening! So many guests commented on how lovely the room and pub were and some even asked about hiring the function room for their own up and coming events. Gabriel was a fantastic barman, he was full of energy and was lovely! As was Jimmy who helped to clear up at the end of the night! The food was soooo yummy too – again people were asking me about the food served daily in the pub!
Again, we all had such a brilliant night so thank you to yourself and the Earl Spencer family!
We will be in for food very soon!
Thanks again, Louise”
“A quick thank you to you and your team for making my birthday party yesterday a great success. The room was decorated beautifully, your staff were so helpful and the food was very tasty. I had many compliments from my guests who thought your pub was fabulous. I thought the band was fantastic – thank you again for accommodating them. I hope the noise levels were not too high downstairs.
I am sure we will drop by for another fabulous Sunday lunch at The Earl sometime soon – look forward to seeing you then.
“Just to say thank you SO much to you and the team for looking after us last night. We had a great time as did everyone who came. They also loved the food.
PRIVATE ROOM BOOKINGS
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THE EARL SPENCER PUB: DINING & REAL ALE HOUSE – SOUTHFIELDS
Award winning food
6 London and local real ales
6 Craft beers and lagers on draught
Fresh baked bread daily
Home smoked Atlantic prawns
Outside terrace & seating
Nearest underground station is Southfields.
Take the District Line towards Wimbledon Underground Station via Earl’s Court.
It is a 7 minute walk from the station.
156 FROM Wimbledon Bus Station TO Vauxhall Bus Station.
39 FROM Putney Bridge Station TO Clapham Junction Station / Falcon Road.
639 FROM St John Bosco College TO Clapham Junction Station.
Monday to Thursday
Dinner 7.00 – 10.00
Friday & Saturday
11am – midnight
Lunch 12.30 – 3.00
Dinner 7.00 – 10.00
12.00 – 10.30pm
Lunch 12.30 – 4.00
Dinner 6.00 – 8.30
Open lunch & dinner – see Sunday hours.
THE EARL SPENCER
260-262 Merton Road