The Pembroke public house formally known as the Coleherne (named after Colehearne Road) began life in 1866 with Old Brompton Road being in the heart of the West London Bohemian Quarter. In September 2008 the pub was purchased by Realpubs, under-going a major refurbishment and reopened as a gastro-pub taking its current name The Pembroke. Today this impressive building is under the guidance of General Manager Lee Cayford and Head Chef Martin Murray.
The bar serves traditional real ales with three hand-pull pumps which rotate on a regular basis. A good selection of beers and wines from around the globe to challenge the taste buds and flare the imagination. Whilst the menu reflects the seasons with changing dishes, using the highest quality ingredients and freshly prepared on site.
A space for all occasions whether a light bite in the afternoon, after-work drinks, a chance to unwind and watch sport or to celebrate something special, we have many areas to suit your needs. Low and high level seating in the main bar area, our intimate 60 cover dining room is to the rear of the bar or we also have a stunning mezzanine floor, complete with roof terrace which is available for private hire.