Perfectly placed to attract and revitalise the weary punters who stumble off the District Line at Parson's Green in need of a stiff drink, The White Horse has become one of the most popular drinking establishments in the exclusive Fulham/Chelsea area.
Pay a visit to the pub on a warm Friday evening and expect to find the generously sized terrace area heaving with patrons who have popped along after work to join their pale equine friend for a drink. Quite often on nights like these, the patrons sipping their beers and wines in the warm air of a summer evening will be joined by one of the White Horse's famous barbeque chefs, dishing up a tasty accompaniment to the evening's drinking.
Needless to say, this goes down well with regulars and newbies alike.
Of course, this being England, the summers are short and characteristically rainy. Fortunately, The White Horse makes up for this by offering its patrons a good old fashioned pub atmosphere both inside and out. The interior may look spacious, but turn up on a Saturday night and you will find seats and standing room at a premium. Of course this "the more, the merrier" policy only adds to the buoyant and friendly atmosphere.
Once inside, the gentle views across Parson's Green itself to the New Kings Road on the other side are replaced with traditional pub décor and furnishings, brightened up with occasional flourishes of colour from vibrant potted plants.
The White Horse may be traditional, but it's also a great deal of fun. This fun factor is helped considerably by the wide array of beers, wines and spirits available on the bar. Beers like the formidably strong Delirium Tremens and Duvel from Belgium are available by the bottle for £3.90 and £3.95 respectively, while Staropramen is available on tap for £3.80.
With a wide range of guest ales and bottled beers, as well as an extensive wine list, a trip to The White Horse is the perfect antidote to a stressful day navigating London's tube network.