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Visited here last night and wasreally busy without being uncomfortable a wide range of beers ciders and shorts im sure they have any drink you would like,a special mention to emile who was a really happy barman that made our night
will visit again soon
Came here for dinner with 7 friends. We had an amazing waiter, Tumi, who was so attentive and friendly!!!!!! The food was delicious - highly recommend the salt and pepper squid starter and jerk chicken main. Buzzy atmosphere downstairs and quieter more intimate atmosphere upstairs....More
Tucked away on a fairly quiet back street I found the this refuge. I was looking for somewhere to get breakfast when I saw a board outside this pub advertising that they did them. I went inside about 9am on a Wednesday. It was empty,...More
Great place for a drink on a Saturday night. Went to Pizza Union then Kings Stores for a beer . Excellent combination if you fancy English ale and Italian pizza . Prices are reasonable for the City location .
On mothers day my wife and daughters enjoyed a superb sunday lunch here. The pork belly must have been braisef for hours...it was the tenderest and tastiest Ive ever had. It melted in the mouth. One daughter enjoyed the beef. It was lean and tasty....More
Close to Liverpool Street station this is an ideal place to visit for a drink. The selection of real ales are limited but very good, the pub is clean and the staff very polite and helpful. This was a great find and would recommend a...More
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