Visited with friends, for a light lunch and a few drinks. Food was great and the service was outstanding. The manager was helpful with his knowledge re the choice of bears we will definitely be visiting again
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Usually eat here when in the area, and, as always, didn't disappoint. Had booked a table, which was ready although we arrived early. Pie and a pint, both delicious.
Went into this establishment for a pre theatre drink only to be told that, we shut in 10 mins and nope we don't have Bacardi by a stuck up barman! Avoid at all costs as London is full of bars with polite professional bar tendwrs!
Had reserved table.Thunder and heavy rain i turned up an hour early Table was waiting Good Pub Menu. I ate The Absolute Fish and Chips. Nicely presented....the fish lightly battered and was delicious.Served with chips, garden peas,a pickled onion and bread and butter.An option of...More
Called in for a couple Of drinks before heading to the theatre, friendly pub with a lot of history, good service from staff, lots of Choices of gin which was nice, we didn't try the food as running late but will certainly pop back in...More
Picked due to proximity to Coliseum and our unfamiliarity with London.Food was fine and hot although used to larger portion.For London I presumed the price to be fair if we had had more time may have looked further afield for something
A great old pub, lovely atmosphere, good beer, good to hide in on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Haven't tried the food so can't comment on that.