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Really nice atmosphere - sat outside for a drink then moved inside for dinner. Friendly staff. My chicken and leek pie, chips and salad was delicious! Generous sized pie, nice fresh chips and salad for £9 - bargain! My friend had vegetarian pasta and my...More
6 pm and it was busy. The eating area was mostly full but I found a spot with a traveler from Leeds.
My fish n chips and half lager was good. Well done and very hot. The piece of cod was large and there were...More
I ate the steak and ale pie and it was extraordinary good. My husband the fish fingers on bread with tartar sauce, homemade. Also very good. Service comes with a smile! What more can you want. Definitely a place to return to.
The Skinners Arms is in the centre of London close to several main train stations. The decor is very traditional English pub. It has outside street seating. A wide selection of ales and beer on tap - though it is a little pricey.
We went here for an early dinner and a drink one evening before catching the Eurostar. They start serving food from 5:30pm. Good food, excellent beer. The £12 steak really is as good as the other reviews say. It was cooked to perfection. We'd definitely...More
We were staying around the corner on Euston Road, and dropped in here a couple of times for a few drinks, after sight seeing all day. Whilst we didn’t eat here, we enjoyed the atmosphere (always quite busy) and worked our way through a range...More
Came here for lunch with my parents and we were all extremely pleasantly surprised by how good the steaks were! £12 for a steak in London we weren't expecting much, but they were cooked to perfection and tasty. Definitely would recommend!
Bar staff were friendly...More
Pleasantly surprised by this pub - not far off Euston Road so handy for both Euston and Kings Cross stations.
Bar staff were very good, never had to wait very long to be served and very pleasant and friendly. I asked them to wipe the...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and