Hungry Horse

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The Hungry Horse was a restaurant in London (exact location uncertain) supposedly patronised by J R Ackerley in the 1950s.

"He [Ackerley] conducted us to a new restaurant, the Hungry Horse, which was pronouncedly "gay" with all the young waiters in tight-fitting cotton trousers of small blue-and-white checks."[1]


  1. James Kirkup, A Poet Could not but be Gay, page 195.