William IV786 Harrow Road
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Taken over by new owner/operators in 2020. Cask beer should now feature, from the owner, "One definitely, 2 during the winter only as it stands. It’s all depends on sales volume of course and spring summer is not the best time for ales. " From Propel - the pub in Harrow Road has been taken over by Jean-Marin Bolot, who has worked in property and hospitality in the UK and France. The kitchen will be led by head chef Marek Rudnik and offer British pub favourites such as slow-roasted shoulder of lamb and Sunday dinners alongside draught beer, spirits, wine and a bar food menu. Built in 1837, the pub has undergone an extensive refurbishment but retains features such as open fireplaces, stained-glass windows and the original white marble bar, which stretches across several rooms. The 112-cover, ground-floor space consists of a main bar and dining room, a private bar, and a small bar at the rear for events and parties. The garden and summer house will open in the spring, while 15 guest rooms on the upper floors will be available. Opposite Kensal Green Cemetery.