If you go to deepest Fulham, it can seem like another world. For a start, it is a long way off the tube grid, once you go past Fulham Broadway its taxis and buses all the way, making it seem slightly mysterious already - but if you venture further out along the Fulham Road, things can get very interesting. Once you reach Octoberfest pub, you will feel like you've left the country.
Billed as 'The closest thing to Oktoberfest outside of Munich', you already know what to expect - plenty of different German beers, and masses of sausages and saurkraut. While it is true that these are abundance, there is so much more besides.
The decor is very authentic, and lots of wooden tables make it a comfortable place to drink, chat, eat or relax (or a combination of them). The food is delicious, and you can have everything from the traditional Berlin favourite Currywurst, to more traditional dishes like pork knuckle.
The beers are plentiful, and not just German - overall there are many exotic choices of various tastes and strengths to choose from. If you're lucky (or if you have planned carefully), you may even get to see the rather spectacular German oompah band that plays there - playing everything from classic German drinking songs, to oompah takes on modern classics (ever heard The Ace of Spades played by a brass band? Should be on your bucket list!)