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Post Tagged with: "pub"

Settling In For Sunday At The Garrison Public House March 10, 2019

Settling In For Sunday At The Garrison Public House

For over 600 years, London Bridge was the key crossing point of the Thames in London, where people, livestock and all manner of goods made their way across the beating heart of the river. The area drips with history, its winding alleys and cobbled...read more »

REVIEW: Fleur De Lys, Pilley July 6, 2018

REVIEW: Fleur De Lys, Pilley

WHAT? The Fleur de Lys isn’t just any country pub. The first pint served there can be dated back to 1096, making her the oldest in the New Forest – and she’s an absolute beauty, too. Blanketed by a thick thatched roof, interiors are...read more »

REVIEW: The Duck + Rice, Soho June 28, 2018

REVIEW: The Duck + Rice, Soho

WHAT? Family-style sharing plates of traditional Asian food, served up in a seriously fancy, British-inspired pub hidden behind a beautiful stained glass window. Dreamed up by renowned restauranteur Alan Yau, The Duck + Rice feels sexy and inventive,...read more »

REVIEW: St. Mary’s Inn, Morpeth December 11, 2016

REVIEW: St. Mary’s Inn, Morpeth

WHAT? The focal point of a new housing area being developed in Morpeth, just outside of Newcastle, this pub with rooms has true soul – warm furnishings, friendly staff and great food. WHERE? Seeking solace from bustling Newcastle we hailed a cab...read more »

REVIEW: Walkers Of Whitehall, Westminster October 14, 2016

REVIEW: Walkers Of Whitehall, Westminster

Guest writer Nathaniel Collins heads to Walkers of Whitehall to sample its newly revamped restaurant and menu… WHAT? Caught between the prominent west end tourist destination of Trafalgar Square, the theatre rich Stand, and the heartland of government,...read more »

REVIEW: The Bull & Gate, Kentish Town August 26, 2015

REVIEW: The Bull & Gate, Kentish Town

Once upon a time, The Bull & Gate hosted some of the biggest names in music alongside great banter and good booze. Soon the regular rumpus taking place at the venue took its toll, and the space demanded a revamp – one Young’s delivered...read more »

REVIEW: Radicals & Victuallers, Angel January 12, 2015

REVIEW: Radicals & Victuallers, Angel

On the hunt for a bar with decent food in Angel that wouldn’t cost upwards of £15, a press release about new chain pub Radicals & Victuallers sprang to mind. Promising an extensive American diner menu of dishes mostly under £10 and served...read more »

REVIEW: Grand Union, Farringdon December 4, 2014

REVIEW: Grand Union, Farringdon

We love London for its concept restaurants with long queues, it’s no-reservations nonsense, its ever-changing landscape of bars and dingy drinking dens – hunting down the latest awesome pop up and nabbing a reservation, or stumbling upon...read more »

REVIEW: The 3 Crowns, Old Street August 13, 2013

REVIEW: The 3 Crowns, Old Street

Greeted by The 3 Crowns’ dilapidated green-tiled exterior reading ‘Barclays Stout and Ales’, you’d be forgiven for assuming this is a pub that errs on the wrong side of shabby chic. Step inside and any preconceptions happily melt away, as you...read more »

FRIDAY NIGHT DRINKS? Head To The Fox And Anchor, Smithfield November 2, 2012

FRIDAY NIGHT DRINKS? Head To The Fox And Anchor, Smithfield

Specialising in hops and chops, cuvets and duvets, The Fox and Anchor provides everything you could ask for in an old-world London pub – sumptuous food, traditional decor and a cosy bed within crawling distance. A stone’s throw from Barbican...read more »