Once a year I meet some Uni friends, in Covent Garden Piazza, where I first suggested as the venue for our yearly re-union. We always get together for drinks and lunch at the Punch and Judy, a Taylor-Walker establishment. This small and busy pub is located in a far corner of the lower level of Covent Garden. It is popular with British and obviously numerous tourists. Although the food here is quite an ordinary Pub food, it seems to be a rather large portion. On this occasion I asked for 'eggs ham and chips', my eyes popped out at the sight of the food on my plate, three large slices of ham, with two very nicely fried eggs and chips. I left the pub extremely satisfied with what I ate and drank. My only concern is the size of the ladies' toilettes (there are four), they are rather tiny, so I try not to use them!
Going round Covent Garden, is very energy consuming, due to the number of people around and the numerous interesting shops. It is vital therefore to find a suitable eatery, despite being in the corner of the place, this pub seems to be a place one can really take refuge for a while.
I fully recommend this pub, despite it's proximity to numerous other eating places!
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