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florida
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Pub grub

Can anyone tell me if the queens larder and the lamb in bloomsbury serve food?

Thank you.

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1. Re: Pub grub

Yes

http://www.queenslarder.co.uk/

www.youngs.co.uk/pub-detail.asp?PubID=421

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2. Re: Pub grub

Indeed they do;

http://www.queenslarder.co.uk/

www.youngs.co.uk/pub-detail.asp?PubID=421

LOL! beaten to it......

Edited: 25 January 2011, 13:25
florida
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Thanks for the reply, i checked out the website they have a picture of a garden is that part of the pub. Also had no prices on the menu, can i expect to eat for under $15.00.

I was planning on going to the old cheshire cheese, but may try this one instead as its closer. Or should i stick with the original?

Edited: 25 January 2011, 13:45
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4. Re: Pub grub

They probably won't accept $$$ but you can certainly eat well for less than £10 at The Lamb. Good food it is too

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5. Re: Pub grub

Thank you, i do not have a pound key on my computer, but i did mean pounds, lol.

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6. Re: Pub grub

LOL! So you meant eating under GBP15 then? You can get a slap-up meak for that budget :-)

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7. Re: Pub grub

I'd "Cheese" it. but then I always say that - it's my favourite London pub.

If you do, the room on the left as you go in is the nicest place to eat. The back bar is easiest but not the oldest part of the pub.

I usually go to the very, very bottom and have something from the hot buffet.

Expect a lot of votes for "The Lamb" from the TALF regulars ! I can't argue against it, great pub.

Mike

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8. Re: Pub grub

Ok so i need to eat in the lamb, the queen larder, and the cheese.

the lamb and the queens larder are closer to my hotel though.

Out of the two which one has the best food, and what time do they stop

serving food?

Thanks for your help.

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9. Re: Pub grub

Not eaten at the Queens Larder but the menu looks like standard pub fare. The food at the Lamb is ok. It used to be better before Youngs forced their standard menu on the managers but it will do if you are hungry and the pub itself is fascinating.

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10. Re: Pub grub

I have to say that the basement hot buffet for lunch at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese looked very good--better than the dinner meals I've seen at the Lamb. Did a very nice ploughman's too. :-)