In a very typical tourist scenario, walking up & down the bustle of Oxford street; Shopping, shopping and in dire need of drink and a decent lunch – recognise the feeling?
This was situation and I was looking for a typical British public house. We decided to leave Oxford Street and a try the side streets. Walking along Oxford Street, from New Oxford Street towards Oxford Circus tube station, we turned right just before Oxford Circus tube station, up Great Portland Street and found this pub on the corner in Langham Street.
I can recommend having a typical British pub lunch in The Yorkshire Grey. On the first floor, upstairs, we discovered a genuine (positively speaking) old-look pub room. Their beef pie was a very good meal. The pub had a nice and quite setting, with a friendly staff.
The beer is predominately Samuel Smith, a good Yorkshire pint. They also have the correct selection of the Tadcaster bottled Stouts and Porters to accompany the meals.
On the basis of this one visit and lunch, I can highly recommend a visit.
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