Whilst The Tommy Tucker's selection of thirst-quenchers are a feat in their own right, it's the gastropub's food that's really got tongues wagging. Alongside weekend brunches and roasts, their a la carte menu features beauties such as short rib croquettes, ricotta gnocchi and vegan walnut pate.
Best Fulham Bars
With a wealth of cocktail havens, traditional pubs and trendy watering holes at its fingertips, this West London area regularly plays host to a crowd of young and affluent partygoers. If you're also on the hunt for a fun night out, or perhaps just looking to grab a relaxed drink or two, check out our pick of the best bars in Fulham.
Kona Kai brings the Polynesian party ashore with its beach shack-themed interiors and cheeky tiki tipples. Try out this Hawaiian bar where seashell light features, totem pole drinks and flaming libations are ready and waiting to get your night off to a fantastic start.
A Fulham favourite, The Rose Pub boasts one of London's top beer gardens and an extensive drinks menu. In terms of food, expect a range of the comfort classics served all year round, along with a cracking summertime BBQ cooking up everything from burgers and steak to lobster.
Hankering for a brew by the river? In need of some good old gastro grub? Then the Blue Boat is the place for you. Heralded for its charming nooks and nautical flecks, the waterside boozer also delivers on the drinks front with a prime selection of London ales at its beck and call.
McGettigan's is the Irish bar where everyone is invited. Whether you're looking for a night of live music, a buzzy spot to catch all the game-day action or the - alleged - best Guinness in England, you'll find them all at this top bar in Fulham.
A citywide cocktail empire, Simmons is serving up cheap drinks and epic happy hours in West London. Take to the popular bar where you'll find a parlour of kitsch tricks and treats, retro games and £2.50 G&Ts every day, except Saturday, from 4pm until 9pm .
A weird and wonderful Fulham bar, The Little Blue Door is a treasure trove of drinking, dining and late-night dancing. Kitted out to look like the interiors of a lavish apartment, the haunt offers a world of bottomless brunches, extravagant dinners and killer cocktails.
Gracing the banks of Imperial Wharf, The Waterside bar is a great place to drink in Fulham. Take your pick from their impressive list of cocktails, wines and ales before heading out to their heated terrace for an alfresco aperitif whilst taking in romantic sunset views over the Thames.