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no plates to eat..I've eaten on the table...when I asked "do you think is it normal to not have one plate to eat the starters?the response was, sorry we haven't...".there was few people in the pub...I was completely astonished...it's not acceptable to not have a...More
Really quiet pub with a nice area upstairs serving good British tucker. Can really recommend the pulled park and cider pie which was delicious. The steak and kidney pie looked good and scampi very flavoursome.
This pub is the site where John Snow discovered that cholera was a waterborne disease. Thru scientific reasoning, he traced the epidemic to a leaking sewer pipe and a public water pump from which many locals drew their drinking water. There is a plaque outside...More
It's a good one, but it used to be better. Sadly like most things, the cost of the Sam Smiths lagers and bitters as almost doubled since I first moved to London and many of the best drinks are disappeared. However it really is still...More
How utterly glorious to walk into the John Snow Hotel on Broadwick street. The rush of history gave me goosebumps and not the cholera that had happened here in this street a couple of centuries previous or was it the cold beer that I inbibed...More