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£26 for 2 pints , 1 g&t & 2 glasses of wine . Suppose this is what you expect to pay for Covent Garden pub .
However the Nags head bitter was very lovely & very drinkable .
If people are complaining about prices then...More
I was rambling about and stumbled into this place. As an American, I got the quintessential English pub experience that I wanted. Grabbed some good pub food, chatted to all sorts of people of varying ages and backgrounds, and generally enjoyed myself.
There was a...More
Found this place a few years ago when visiting London and soon turned into my Local. I know people say the staff are rude. Far from it, they are honest. Young lady is a sweetheart. You can sit at the bar (very small and you...More
We were out and about just walking the streets of the city when we happened to stumble onto this pub . The area is really nice and the mews house nearby are very cute . There is another pub in this street but we choose...More
As soon as you walk in you feel you are in one of the cutest pubs in London... However the interior decor doesn’t reflect the rudeness of the staff and specially the owner! I was listening the live music, i have just finished my drink...More
This is a beautiful pub in a fantastic location, however...I believe we were on the cusp of being acceptable patrons.
My brother and his husband took myself and my wife there before our Christmas day lunch and whilst it is expensive (it is Belgravia darling!)...More
A cosy setting with an authentic Royston Vasey feel. Absolutely perfect if you don't mind being mumbled about my aged locals and treated rudely by the staff -- otherwise give it a miss. Repeatedly objecting when a member of our party did not want to...More
A real gem of a pub.
Very small. Full of interesting memorabilia.
A lovely Irish lady behind the bar and a lovely older gentleman serving delicious food. We had the hot pot as well as the bangers and mash. So delicious. Felt like we were...More
Besides its location, nothing really speaks for this pub really. Well, I did not have beers downstairs, but went for lunch upstairs. Perhaps the barkeepers and the staff downstairs are friendly. Upstairs, we waited for almost 10-15 minutes to be seated (the table was free,...More
Home to the vast majority of embassies and diplomatic residences in London, sophisticated and upscale Belgravia also boasts a wealth of luxury hotels, fine dining restaurants, and some of the city’s most stroll worthy lanes. While the prices here are high, taking a leisurely stroll through the streets of picturesque and elegant white stucco houses is free. Hyde Park and the Buckingham Palace Gardens are only a stone's throw
away to the north, and some of Europe’s best shopping is nearby as well.