The Running Horse
About The Running Horse
Established in 1738, The Running Horse is the oldest public house and kitchen in Mayfair. A collaboration between James Chase of the award-winning Chase distillery and Dominic Jacobs, former bar director at Sketch, the pub has been lovingly restored and reopened its doors in the Autumn of 2013. The Running Horse sources ingredients from some of the UK’s best independent food and drink producers, ensuring a wholly British experience: from field to bottle to table.
Please note that Dines discounts on food can't be used in conjunction with any other promotions, discounts or set menus.
Georgia Sherlock3 weeks ago
Nice pub for a pint but overall service was not up to scratch. I put my card behind the bar to open a tab and to my disbelief they gave my card to someone else claiming there had been a mix up with table numbers. The person they gave my card to then went home consequently I had to cancel my card and wait for my bank to post a new one. They did take 50% off our bill but only after a lot of complaining. The food was nice but very overpriced.
Przemek Kaszubain the last week
Very nice and cozy pub in central London. Off Oxford Street and very close to Bond Street it is perfect location for a quick stop, some drinks and even a meal.
Jason Westerkon3 months ago
A very nice pub that was able to reserve us an excellent little section for a night of work drinks. Decent selection of beers, wines, and spirits. Prices as to be expected in the neighborhood. Staff were lively and friendly. Area in the back can get cold when people don't keep the side door shut...
Matt K2 months ago
The food here is good but going here is always a pain. Made a booking for 9 people recently. Told it was pending and waited until day of for confirmation, which I never received. No one ever answers the phone, and the mailbox is full. I work nearby and as a team we used to come for team meals but every time there's some issue. Could pop in for a pint but, as the other reviewers pointed out, it's several pounds more per drink than any other pub in the area.
Alex Fillmore6 months ago
I was not impressed with this place at all. The staff seemed more interested in themselves than in the customers. They had what initially looked like a great selection of beers, however, more than half of them were unavailable for whatever reason. The prices were also far too high at nearly £7.00 for a pint. I don't think I'll go back here again.