The Cask & Glass is just enchanting: a tiny, fairytale pub on a Westminster street corner, its frontage decked with flowers and greenery, its interior a trip back to the age of wood panelling and well-padded leather upholstery, its atmosphere convivial and welcoming. Sadly, its greatest charms are also its biggest drawbacks: it's so tiny and so irresistible that it's usually packed to the doors, with happy customers spilling out onto the pavements in good weather. The two outside tables are highly prized.
It's so small, its only food on offer is the sandwich - although its toasted sandwiches are very good, and the staff will happily recommend local places a step away if you want to eat something more substantial. But that's not why people come here. Shepherd Neame, Britain's oldest commercial brewery, provides the drinks, to such a standard that the pub is a virtual fixture in the Good Beer Guide. No fruit machines, no games, just a real old-fashioned pub atmosphere highly prized by loyal regulars and sure to enchant any tourists lucky enough to get inside.
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