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We booked their private room (The Den) for a team work event and we had a great time. We were really well looked after by the managers and staff and nothing was too much trouble. We pre-ordered a selection of food from the menu and...More
Date of visit: December 2018
Roger B, General Manager at The Fox, responded to this reviewResponded 3 January 2019
Many thanks for such a great review! Please join us again for more fried chicken and look out for new beer promotions coming soon to the Fox!
This unassuming pub from the outside has a feast of delights inside. The beer is good as expected, but the food is amazing. I had chicken livers and they were something special. I will have to go back for another helping as I can't stop...More
Stumbled across this pub whilst in London for a midweek break and loved it. The look from outside is not modern but the food, staff service and displays etc were. Light lunch was well presented with a good choice of options and good value. The...More
Had an enjoyable casual work lunch with colleagues at The Fox; friendly relaxed service and a simple gastro menu - with a good pint to keep cool in the summer heat. Will definitely be back, especially to keep hydrated...
Stumbled across this place whilst working over towards shoreditch.
From the outside it’s a classic London corner boozer that’s right out of a Krays movie with its east End location. Bit rough from the outside, the business is clearly one of good Heritage.
Well, it was a little odd. I found this as it came up on my Tastecard app so went along. I was given the ok to use the card and sat at the back. It was pretty quiet. The beers looked interesting, but I was...More
Ordered another round for the table to return to the bar and find the drinks in 6 plastic cups instead of glasses as were served previously. When asked why, was told standard procedure for this time of the evening - 6pm. I said I was...More
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