The courtyard fulham. The Courtyard, London

The King's Head, Fulham

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Grounds hire includes access to the Stables and Courtyard areas. Given the joy and colour that epitomises Mexican cuisine, it was only a matter of time before the fabulous food of this charming country was given the treatment. The space is available for up to 180 people standing and packed with creativity and fun factor, making it the ideal space for a drinks party throughout the year. Tickets purchased through Fever may earn Secret London commission. The Courtyard boasts one of Fulham's largest gardens and is a memorable venue to host your next celebration. My attendance at school this term is 95%. Food wasn't very flavoursome nor anything to write home about either.

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Homestead & Grounds — Fulham Park Homestead

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Enjoy bottomless food and two or four cocktails from just £10. The food was plentiful but avergae and the staff were a little slow topping up the glasses. Unfortunately this was a completely bizarre experience- from booking to leaving. Also the staff are so friendly and accommodating and made us feel totally welcome. Previously, as The King's Head it was a popular live music venue.

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Hire The Courtyard

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The large banquet table in the Courtyard with the brick Stables as your backdrop is the perfect place for canapés and bubbles or long grazing tables to entertain your guests. When it comes to the venues style, think mad hatters style party — some tables high, some low, crazy décor there are doors on the ceiling! Veggies need not worry, as there are delectable meat-free options like patatas bravas and halloumi fries drizzled in sriracha mayo. The seasonally changing cocktail bar in the heart of Fulham has semi-private spaces perfect for larger groups, making it the ideal hen party destination. The old beehive well takes centre stage softened with a border of greenery. Running every weekend at cosy neighbourhood spot The Courtyard in Fulham, the Mexican Bottomless Brunch is a culinary adventure that starts, naturally, with a huge plateful of nachos, topped with cheese, salsa, sour cream, guacamole, and jalapeños. I had their deep friend Camembert burger and it was absolutely to die-for! The walls were painted a pale grey to link with the interior.

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42% off bottomless brunch at The Courtyard

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Leave the stress of travel behind and get ready in the Homestead, where all you have to do is walk downstairs and begin one of the most memorable days of you life. It's a hidden gem and I will be visiting a lot more. The perfect location for a grazing platter or for canapés and bubbles. Herbs were included in the scheme to add to meals and the barbeque. The doors were made from bespoke metal fretwork which was powdercoated in a bronze colour. I came here on a Saturday for a boozy brunch with some friends.

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Bottomless brunch at The Courtyard

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That being said, don't let the outside fool you, this is a quirky hidden gem next to Fulham palace that's great for summer time vibes! A friend of mine had an empty glass for over 30 mins which made the rest of us drink ours slower! Such a fun and vibrant atmosphere. This then screened off the neighbour who was pleased to have a new fence! The planting was predominantly soft and evergreen: Ferns were used to hide the air conditioning unit, Beech trees with white bark tied in with the garden furniture. The Courtyard Fulham is not your average cocktail bar, with an ever changing outdoor garden space and a funky indoor area, you are bound to find a section that is perfect for you. Make our urban jungle your home. Situated on a rise above a winding creek the grounds command a grand vista across the Thomson River through to the High Country of the Great Dividng Range.

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42% off bottomless brunch at The Courtyard

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Open grounds with expansive green lawns and towering Gum trees, framed by century old Elm and Oak trees. They also have special nights On too. A mish-mash of vintage furniture, bursts of colour, a real-life tree and old painted doors stuck to the ceiling — this venue poses as a lounge by day and a cool club at night. A weekend bottomless brunch menu suits the local crowd and sustains an appropriate all-day vibe that fits in with that sunshiney terrace. For those with any room left over, sugar-coated churros are a lovely sweet treat to end on. In recent years it has catered to a South African clientele as both Joe Cool's and Zulu's, and then traded as The Ramshackle.

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Fulham Park Homestead

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With a variety of unique locations from typical Australian gum settings to the more traditional settings of an English garden. Upstairs the roof terrace had large comfortable sofas and a coffee table with tall evergreens to the sides, however the view out from the house was beautiful with many mature trees, so we installed low planters which enabled you to see the trees when inside — distance creating a sense of space. It was built in 1906 in the style. We were asked to help redesign a ground floor courtyard and roof terrace by our client who owned a terrace house in Fulham. We were greeted by a friendly host that escorted us to our tables. I went to ask what was going on and was told they had to serve all of the bottomless brunches first and it would be at least another 15mins.

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THE COURTYARD, London

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We went on a Saturday and ordered 2 burgers. The deal was that you get a huge nacho platter, 2 tacos of your choice and they are huge! A cocktail lounge by day and a club at night, this spot has it all. The unique space provides the ideal backdrop for an engagement, hen or birthday celebration where cocktails are high on the list of priorities. Not for their food but the spot was nice and their outdoor seating was good too! They were essentially supermarket baguettes that had been put under the grill - with no chips or sides. We develop effective relationships with parents and strive to provide a personalised package of support and as a result create an ethos of mutual trust and respect. All of us chose a selection of different tapas so we got to sample pretty much all the choices on the menu and the deep fried calamari is well worth the calories! The homestead was established in 1856, built originally by Sea Captain William Jones. Great atmosphere and friendly staff but unfortunately very slow service! I hosted my graduation party here and had an absolutely phenomenal time! That and the mountain of nachos are sure to keep you toasty! Structured English inspired garden full of seasonal colour.

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