This pub has been included by the Londonist editorial team as one of the finest in the area.
The Hammersmith Ram is the type of sought-after establishment that comes across as both well-run and caring of its customers' needs. It's the small things that count — the enormous bouquet on the bar, the hand-written daily blackboards (as opposed to the fake, painted sort in many pubs), the friendly bar staff even on the most dubious of Friday nights.
The decor is pleasant and unique — Tudor-style ceiling and elaborate brick walls, wood carvings and delicate curtains. Little alcoves spatter the long, thin pub and the walls are dotted with peculiar caricatures, unlikely backwards signage, and fairy lights. There is a small patio at the front, and a beer garden at the back. Given that the pub sits on the busy King Street, we suggest the garden.
There are plenty of Young's beers on tap and a bountiful wine list. Food is, in our experience, very impressive (the fish pie is to be commended).