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not a tea room upstairs it’s a mini restaurant doing veggie and vegan pies with their signature tofush and chips! Funny smell when I went in like an old cloth that needed a wash ... but it was cute all the same. I was waiting...More
Our hotel was just around the corner so we visited multiple times and it did not disappoint. Being vegan it is usually hard to find pub grub we can eat but there’s plenty here! Had the leek & mushroom pie with mashed potato, the nicois...More
I mean that in the best possible way. This has not been refitted or affected in any way. It is a good old Taylor's pub serving ale, sausage and mash and has football on the telly and fruit machines around the walls.
Lovely authentic pub with a good variety of beers and excellent atmosphere. We happened to be present during a singalong session, which was awesome! A bit on the expensive side, but a lovely place worth it.
I really like it here. It's my go to pub if i'm in the area and looking for a quick drink. Lots of choice of beers, staff are friendly, and its got a great atmosphere. Toilets are pretty grim but obviously not looking to spend...More
We popped in here for a quick drink as a family group. There was a wide range of beers and ales and had the feel of a real traditional pub.
Pub was very busy and cramped and in need of a bit if an update...More
I really wanted to love this pub! I mean, a Vege/vegan only pub.... In central London!!! I was very excited about coming here. We came for lunch and had the tofish and chips. It was nice (though the chips were slightly lacklustre. However there was...More
After a trip to the theatre we called in here after the show and before dinner nearby for a drink. Traditional style pub which serves good selection of ales and doesn't pretend to be what it isn't. Decor old and dated but adds to surroundings.
While visiting Oxford street with my daughter we decided to have lunch out, saw this pub by chance and decided to try it.
The young man behind the bar was delightful , and keen to help but I was quite disappointed in the food, the...More
Met friends after work on a Wednesday evening in the pub as it not far from all our workplaces. Good selection of beers and spirits. But the highlight of the evening is the sing song around the piano, and the vast variety of people that...More
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