The once Fulham Football Club ground – ‘Parsons Green’ now has a huge following as a great summer time place to sit in the sun with a jug of Pimm’s a rugby ball amnd to watch the world go by. This area is known famously for its icon pub the White Horse AKA The Sloaney Pony and its many dog walkers. Parsons Green has a very chilled atmosphere about it but being on the District Line and having many buses passing through makes it accessible for all.
London is made up from several villages and Parsons Green is no exception to the life style, there is sense that everyone knows one another. Following suit from Chelsea’s Kings Road the New Kings Road runs though one side of the Green taking that element of exclusivity from the Royal Borough.
Better known than Notting Hill for its best brunch spots, Parsons Green and its surrounding areas like Eel Brook Common and the Fulham Road just a short walk up the Lane have so much choice it’s overwhelming! From a casual healthy lunch from Californian inspired Hally’s to a corporate event at Côte Brasserie. On your way to work get your morning coffee and any selection of French pastry’s from Le Pain Quotidien on the corner of Parsons Green or drop off your children at one of many award winning nurseries in the area. Take a break at lunch and check out the ever changing selection of The French House furniture, if you fancy something different go and play some bridge with your friends at the Andrew Robson Bridge Club.