The Bridge in Barnes
Bar, dining room & garden! Located a stones throw away from the iconic Hammersmith Bridge and the meandering Thames, The Bridge is a community centred gastro pub with a beautiful hidden garden that is currently (in our opinion) one of the best kept secrets in Barnes. Our aim is to provide excellent seasonal food, homemade puddings and a friendly, relaxed atmosphere alongside quality wines, ales and spirits. Our team is young, passionate, knowledgeable and above all friendly. We constantly strive to improve your experience as our guest.
Sunday Lamb Shoulder
Sundays are for family and sharing, so what better way to enjoy a Sunday lunch than with a whole lamb shoulder to split between four of you? Served up on a platter with roasties, Yorkshire puds, roast veg and as much gravy as you desire. We bring the knife, you argue over who gets to play mother. Don’t worry if you aren’t hungry enough to eat a whole one, we have plenty of other roasts just for you. We also offer a full a la carte menu for those who fancy something a bit different for lunch, with all our fish in fresh from Billingsgate, there is something for everyone.
But what if we want to share and we don’t like lamb I hear you cry! Well from Sunday 27th of October we are now serving a whole corn fed chickens with bread sauce, chipolatas, stuffing and of course a whole load of trimmings!
So come and join us.
We look forward to welcoming you (and your dog!) soon.
The Bridge Hours
Our bar is open:
(Last orders 15 minutes before the closing time, so don’t be late!)
Monday – Thursday 12.00 – 12.00pm
Friday – Saturday 12.00 – 1.00am
Sunday 12.00 – 11.00pm
Our kitchen is open:
Monday – Friday 12.00–10.00pm
Saturday 11am -5.00pm for Brunch and Ala Carte & 5.00-10.00pm for Dinner
Kitchen closes between 3-6pm on a Tuesday
What`s on at The Bridge? See our Events & News
Also check out our new Cocktail Menu
At the Bridge.
We believe in providing a safe, relaxed environment in which to enjoy great food, great beers and wines, and most importantly great friends. With a view to enhancing this environment, we have recently given The Bridge a well deserved lick of paint, filled the walls with interesting artwork sourced from local charities and auction rooms and we are currently working on filling every available space with heaps of books (all painstakingly sourced from local charity shops) and board games. Our next big project is going to be a revamp of our garden, which we are very very excited about! We believe there is no better place to while away a lazy afternoon, as although we believe that live sport has it’s place, we’d much prefer to enjoy the day with friends and loved ones forgetting the stresses of the world for a while. We of course make an exception for the Oxford Cambridge Boat Race, but then again we’d be foolish not to!
At the Bridge, what we cook is governed by what is in season. We change our menu monthly according to what‘s available – if it’s not in season, you won’t see it on our menu. We put a lot of care and effort (not to mention purple-cheeked argument) into what we sell and we hope it bears fruit. Our kitchen creates fresh, modern European cuisine from top notch suppliers and hearty portions at what we believe are very pocket friendly prices. We have recently introduced a separate Vegetarian Menu and a Saturday Brunch Menu to help showcase our kitchens many talents. On Sunday’s our roasts rule the roost, we genuinely believe you would be hard pressed to find better. So whether it be a quick lunch, an out-of-office afternoon meeting (taking advantage of our free WiFi) or a slap up dinner with friends & family, we hope you will find us the ideal venue.
Our team and kitchen are always open to suggestions and we regularly consult our locals and the community as to what they would like to see on the menu, on the bar and in the pub itself, if you have any suggestions, we are all ears. We are still a relatively young team, but we intend to make every effort to grow with the business and succeed. Any help that you can offer with this would make us eternally grateful!
The Bridge in Barnes.