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A traditional pub with a story to tell, The Admiralty is a step back in time to the decks of HMS Victory and the Battle of Trafalgar. Looking out to Nelson’s Column, it’s officially London’s most central pub, where the best of British pub food awaits alongside Fuller’s cask ales.
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Great private dining room upstairs for 12-20 people. Pre ordered so all food known. Very efficient service with a smile. Food gorgeous - can recommend the lovely pies with shortcrust pastry. Would certainly go back but you need to book as there were queues of...More
Great Fullers pub, with a good selection of beers and a good selection of gins - which makes my girlfriend happy! Always busy, with a lively atmosphere. Great location too. Will be back again no doubt!
This is a very nice pub, the beer is good, the food is good, the staff are friendly but, service behind the bar was slow, average wait, 20 minutes, yes it was busy but it’s busy every Thursday.
More bar staff please.
If you like traditional English pies, The Admiralty is the place to go. It is a pub-restaurant located in the heart of the West End, at Trafalgar Square, so tourists can easily combine this with their sightseeing, though the place is in demand so bookings...More
Whilst in London my wife and I enjoy both a drink and a meal in this establishment we love the atmosphere and decor so much so it's our local when in the big city.Having been here for a excellent new years eve party we this...More
I always like a pint or two in The Admiralty when I visit London. It has a great atmosphere and is well located near my hotel in Leicester Square. We had a meal one night and the food was rather good. Try the chicken tikka...More
This is a great pub, pie and pint sort of place, not too city pretentious, with a wonderful nautical theme throughout, Fullers should be proud of this place. Good ale selection, and good pie selection too (they do other food, but why would you want...More