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Not the first time here but not reviewed it before. Looking at the varied reviews posted so far, they kind of reflect my previous experience but fair's fair - I did enjoy my last visit. The place was stupidly busy on a fine April evening...More
I was due to be meeting a friend in this pub on New Year's Eve when I attempted to use the toilets when a women, purporting to be the landlady, intervened and barked that there are public toilets down the road, which incidentally are closed...More
I have never been to an establishment with more rude, miserable staff behind the bar than this place. A number of blokes, arms crossed (standing like bouncers) literally ‘calling out and arguing with customers (at Xmas)!!
You could tell they were all taking cocaine and...More
One of Soho’s famous pubs, named after the iconic epidemiologist who discovered that Cholera was spread by water and campaigned to improve public water hygiene. Quirky little pub with a three foot high hatch through the wall separating the two ground floor bars. Sit here...More
A really good menu and sensible prices given we are 5 minutes for the busiest shopping street in the UK.
We had excellent food - pies for most of us and a chili... all served with fresh seasonal veggies and loads of gravy.
We visited on A Saturday night in late October. As it's a Sam Smith's pub, the beer was excellent. It was absolutely rammed packed when we arrived, but the bar staff were great, and extremely funny, particularly the welsh guy.
Prices were okay for SOHO...More
The go-to district for a good time in London, Soho hosts a wealth of world-class theatres and a compelling lineup of cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars, and clubs. At Soho's core is London's original Red Light District and the epicenter of the LGBT scene – and thus the city's hottest nightlife. For shopping enthusiasts, Soho is not only the home of London's greatest concentration of boutique shops, but also the
most strategic place to set off on a tour of the world's most celebrated department stores. In the southern part of the neighborhood lies Chinatown, with its multitude of delicious and affordable restaurants. Closer to the Thames, Chinatown's narrow and teeming lantern-lit lanes spill onto the expansive hub of glitzy Leicester Square.