We popped in for a business lunch on Wednesday and had a pretty good meal. The venue itself has some beautiful architecture and, like lots of London buildings, is deceptively big, which you can't tell from the outside.
There is a traditional pub feel, with a good selection of beers, ales and wine. We wanted lunch and found it hard to choose anything other than one of their famous pies, which come with home-made mash, cabbage and gravy.
There are lots of flavours to choose from and I went for the old favourite steak and ale which was very good indeed. Big portions and loads of rich tasty pie filling. I must admit I was a bit disappointed that the pastry was puff rather than short-crust but at least there was pastry on the bottom and top, as a pie should be!
A couple of our party resisted the pies and had a pulled beef brisket sandwich (bread was a tiny bit dry but beef was nice & gherkins good) and a salmon fillet (no comment required really).
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