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The only Drinkers Pub in Valletta, this traditional English watering hole is where Mr Oliver Reed had his last drink. Voted the 5th most legendary Pub in the world, The Pub shows sports and serves a vast array of beers and spirits.
Hours Today: 11:00 - 23:00
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136 Archbishop Street, Valletta, Island of Malta 1444, Malta
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Stumbled upon this place-amazing!Dark,atmospheric old fashioned British pub-tiny-a few tables outside.Lovely atmosphere-mostly Brits!Oliver Reed`s last watering hole when he died filming Gladiator.Don`t miss the opportunity to visit the Loo even if you don`t use it...Visited several times during our two week stay-lovely,friendly British barmaid and...More
This place is well worth a drink if you are passing, it is a tiny little bar, very 'old english' style. There are quirky little wall displays and the prices are fair.
The service was terrible; slow, grumpy, reluctant. Really let the place down.
Basic bar with good atmosphere and interesting to look at the all the naval memorabilia and of course, tributes to Ollie. Can't comment on the loos - having read the reviews I decided not to chance it!
We found the bar staff friendly enough, you...More
A dismal place that promises to get you drunk (according to the blackboard outside). Sadly the "celebrated" final watering hole of Oliver Reed when he failed, fatally, to beat a group of British sailors in a drinking contest. Probably a place for ghouls to hang...More
My husband wanted to visit here in tribute to Oliver Reed who he called ‘one of the last great Englishmen’. The pub lived down to its reputation in that the barman was very friendly. The pub well lived up to its reputation with probably the...More
Trading on the fact that Oliver Read drank himself to death here. Probably will appeal to some on that basis and the chance to view Navy memorabilia. No food but on the plus side drinks are reasonable - otherwise probably best avoided.