Quaint little place. We were made to feel welcome and the staff were very friendly. Food was good and we did not have a long wait. Reasonable prices; plenty on the plate. Drinks were good value.
I popped in here last nite with 4 friends. The manager could see us queueing then simply grabbed his cigarettes to go for a smoke, leaving us to wait for the the barmaid to see to us. First impressions not good We walked over a filthy grease worn carpet, sat down for a drink only to suffer the door being... More
Strange that this gem is under the restaurant category since it is actually a pub. However, it is one of the best in the area for food, drink, atmosphere and service. Since tastes differ the only thing I will say about the food is that they serve decent sized portions of British classics at a decent price and the ones... More
We were tied of walkin stopped here. Food good and inexpensive. Maiden behind the bar was sweet and beer and my sissy drink was just ok.
You have to check it out if you go to London. We went almost every night during our stay for the people and the food. Fish and chips/pies/curry everything was outstanding. Staff were extremely welcoming and good fun. Solid selection of beers and ales. Definitely will go back in the future.
First London pub. Had a pint and a rest. It was late, the crowd was thin and tired. The staff were friendly and helpful and the decor was customarily fascinating and quirky. How very English! Over the course of a week we had an opportunity to become more familiar with the pub situation on this island and we never went... More
Excellent fish and chips for 7 pounds Locals say the best in the area. Steak and ale pie was great also.,
Ate a full english breakfast here after arriving in London. It was close to our hotel which is why we chose it. The food was good, and they had a great selection of beers and whisky! Made a very nice introduction to the English pub, especially watching and listening to the locals!
This is what I as a Swed imagine a genuine London bar is all about. Friendly bantering from the bar maides, crowded with locals having a one stop beer on their way home with the collegues. A small but good selection of beer and wines and with the traditional selection of pub dishes.
Is a nice multi location British pubs that in addition to offering a variety of beers also serves a small variety of food items. We had fish and chips and meat pies along with beer. Server was very friendly and accommodating. Pay as you order, get your drinks, find a sit, and food will be brought to you. Although a... More
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