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Quick Bites, Bar, British, Pub, Gastropub, Vegetarian Friendly
Large groups, Bar scene
Just outside Euston Station and catering to commuters, travellers and fans of a great pint, you know you’ve arrived when you see The Doric Arch. Grab a seat, a refreshing drink or something from our delectable menu of British classics. After all, there’s always another train...
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Vegetarian Friendly
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks
Bar, British, Pub, Gastropub
Highchairs Available, Seating, Television, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Reservations
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All reviews fish and chips euston station the pub real ale train times fullers beers camra members bree louise regular stop clean tables beer selection sauvignon blanc on tap prices are reasonable monday evening i've eaten quick service
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Reviewed October 9, 2020

This is my last stop in London before catching the train back up norf. Great wine - Sauvignon Blanc - and beer selection, if there is time I will have something to eat from the pub menu. Service is friendly and I much prefer it...to waiting in the Virgin lounge (or whatever it is now called) which has a work vibe you don't want when you have finished work. Haven't been since before the lockdown, never thought I would miss Euston station.More

Date of visit: March 2020
TheDoricArch, General Manager at The Doric Arch, responded to this reviewResponded October 12, 2020

Dear Flying_Colours, Thank you very much for taking your time and write this review! We are very pleased that you enjoyed your time with us and I'm glad you will choose us over the first class lounge! We will refresh our food menu this week,...More

Reviewed September 26, 2020

Very good Fullers pub situated right next to Euston railway and bus stations. Been here quite a few times and the ale quality is always excellent. Good choice of Fullers beers, also good choice of lagers, ciders, wines and spirits. Staff are very knowledgeable about...their products on offer and always very welcoming and friendly. Nice interesting decor in this railway themed pub, lots of signs and artifacts on display. Food is always been good when I've eaten here and prices are fine considering its Central London. For me personally, I'm more than happy sat on the top level of the pub by the big windows relaxing with a pint just watching the the comings and goings across the bus station and the station entrance. Nice place to escape to and chill out with a drink and something to eat before catching a train.More

Date of visit: September 2020
TheDoricArch, General Manager at The Doric Arch, responded to this reviewResponded September 28, 2020

Dear abv1981, Thank you very much for taking the time and write this lovely review! We are very proud of the fresh cask ales and the selection of drinks we can provide. The team has always been enthusiastic about our drinks offers and so they...More

Reviewed August 9, 2020 via mobile

After a trip around London my friend and I fancied a beer, and as we needed to be Euston to catch our train. The pub is well laid out regarding the current situation and you'll have to give your name and number when you enter....It's table service at the moment and you'll pay when your drinks are delivered. The atmosphere is amazing with various pieces of railwayana dotted all over, so ideal for the railway enthusiast. So if you're in the area, do pop in for a drinkMore

Date of visit: August 2020
TheDoricArch, General Manager at The Doric Arch, responded to this reviewResponded September 9, 2020

Dear PDevenish, Thank you very much for taking your time and write this review. The team is always appreciative of any feedback, especially in these difficult times, it's very good to hear you felt safe and great with us! Hope to see you soon! Kind...More

Reviewed March 30, 2020

Interesting English style pub. Interesting guest real ales. Staff were new I think when we visited as they were polite but didnt know where things were or how to use the tills. Food was ok, but as a new visitor to that corner of London..., we thought it a bit pricey, turned out it was normal.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed February 26, 2020 via mobile

I originally chose this place as it was close to Euston and it looked original. I really like the food here it was well priced and just what I needed after a 4 hour train journey. Also loved the collection of different coasters on the...walls, a quirky touch that makes it more personal and homey.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 6, 2020 via mobile

We have eaten here three times now as the location is perfect for three of us to meet. The staff have always been brilliant, service is great and the food is delicious. One of us is vegan and he’s always been very happy with the...food too (although the choice is limited). We all really enjoy the atmosphere and will definitely be booking again.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 1, 2020

Unlike the Euston Tap, the Doric Arch was packed on the Monday evening we dropped by for a last drink before catching our train. Fortunately, a kind gentlemen allowed the two of us to share his table. It’s a strange place, with a downstairs foyer...that looks nothing like a welcoming, bustling pub. If I didn’t know it was there and that it sells good ale, I would pass it straight by with scarce a glance. That said, it is very usefully placed, being attached to Euston Station itself and climbing the stairs is worth the effort (even if you have to go all the way back down again to the loos!) In addition to Fullers’ own ales, there are usually a couple of guests. I am from the West Midlands, so had to laugh when I saw the Titanic Plum Porter on tap, which was how I got chatting to the North London Locale rep. My wife and I enjoyed a pleasant drink and conversation with him before we headed home. My wife rated the Sauvignon Blanc and I considered both halves I had to be well-kept and on good form. I clean forgot to take advantage of my CAMRA card (as usual!) The setting is pleasant, spacious, with plenty of dark wood, seating/tables and memorabilia to give a backdrop to help support a good atmosphere. Sadly, we missed the four-legged visitors on this occasion. Would have loved to have stayed longer in case one turned up :) The screen with train times is a handy addition – thanks.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 29, 2020

Having acquired a puppy, dining options local to Euston are more difficult to find. However we stumbled across the Doric Arch which not only accepts dogs (and provides water) but is in the station precinct itself, hence very convenient when laden with travel paraphernalia. We...had a variety of ‘starters’ which were of simple construction but very tasty. The main courses looked like standard pub fare (burgers, fish and chips etc) which on observing other diners looked pleasing enough. There was a variety of real ale (it is a Fullers establishment) which pleased husband. Even better despite its situation and it being a Friday night it wasn’t rammed packed and there was space to sit which made for an opportunity to wind down before getting on the night trainMore

Date of visit: January 2020
zsofiah984, General Manager at The Doric Arch, responded to this reviewResponded January 30, 2020

Hi Mouldyoldie, Thank you so much for your lovely review, We are delighted you and your 4 legged friend enjoyed your visit with us, and we only hope you return back to us again soon! :) Kindest regards, Ciara

Reviewed January 28, 2020 via mobile

Certainly a nice pub and within walking distance of two large stations. Good beer and food was fine, will return!More

Date of visit: January 2020
zsofiah984, General Manager at The Doric Arch, responded to this reviewResponded January 30, 2020

Hi QuietandThoughtful, Thank you so much for your lovely review, we only hope when you return to us we can bring it up to a 5* experience for you. If you have any feedback you would like to give us please don't hesitate to contact...More

Reviewed January 5, 2020

To be honest we went to the Euston Tap originally, clocked that it was small, crowded, and feeling neglected (actually the classic nearest-pub-to-a-railway-station tradition) so went to the Doric Arch. And it was a great choice - it's a lovely, pretty spacious pub with comfortable...seating areas and clean tables, a good range of beers etc, and friendly bar staff. I was there in relation to a train journey, but if I lived locally I'd be very happy to think of the Arch as my local.More

Date of visit: January 2020
TheDoricArch, Manager at The Doric Arch, responded to this reviewResponded January 8, 2020

Dear SRJB_London, Thank you very much for this great review! We are very pleased to hear you had a pleasant experience and even if we are not you local, please pop in an see us again when you are back in London, we have lots...More

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January 22, 2020|
Response from oggiedan732 | Reviewed this property |
Dogs are welcome in most British pubs
August 15, 2018|
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Response from TheDoricArch | Property representative |
Hi Doris75, unfortunately we only have stair access to the bar and toilet facilities.
Pauline H
November 17, 2016|
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Response from TheDoricArch | Property representative |
Hi Pauline, We sure do! Our kitchen will be open from 11:00 until 21:00. Give us a call on 020 7383 3359 or email us via the website (Tripadvisor wont let me post email address') if you would like to reserve a table. See... More
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