Located in Arena Square, the Fuller's family pub prides itself on a menu of freshly-cooked food and a range of signature dishes from Head Chef, Suraj Thapa Magar. There are vegetarian and gluten-free options as well as a children’s menu and a varied portfolio of beers, wines and spirits for guests to choose from. Looking for somewhere to get from brekkie? Head to The White Horse on Saturday and Sunday's for breakfast from 9am to 11:45am.
Whether you want to enjoy your food inside or out, the pub has plenty of spaces for relaxing, dining, drinking and catching up with friends and family. It also has areas dedicated to remote workers including private rooms with charging points and free Wi-Fi. And we can't forget about the stunning external garden and an incredible outside terrace the overlooks OVO Arena Wembley.
White Horse top choices
The White Horse in Wembley Park offers everything from tasty bar snacks to hearty mains and delicious desserts. But when the menu’s this good, choosing what to have might take some time. Though pub grub is usually the order of the day, the head chef puts a sophisticated spin on all his dishes. So if you’re planning a visit, be sure to look out for some of these top picks:
- Fuller's London Porter hot smoked salmon and prawn cocktail
- Crispy Gressingham duck bao bun
- Owton's dry-aged 8oz rib-eye steak
- Chalcroft Farm beef burger
- Chilli and garlic roasted squash
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History of The White Horse
The White Horse is a very new addition to Wembley Park only opening in October 2020. The name was chosen in homage to the first-ever FA Cup Final match to be played in the nearby Wembley stadium. The huge turnout to the 1923 match meant vast crowds surged onto the pitch, mounting policemen, including one on a light-coloured horse. This became the defining image of the day and has since influenced the creation of the White Horse Bridge.