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I came to this pub for a quick lunch-time drink a few times when work (which is nearby) got me down and I have had enough of the nearby Coffee House pub with its flow of travelling for work people banging on about work to...More
A good place to watch football, especially Celtic games. The pub itself could do with renovations. The bathroom is the worst I've ever seen in a pub. Poor choice of beer also. I wouldn't really recommend it unless you're watching a match with a big...More
A nice place to go but need loads of work done on it always seem to have work being done outside the convert the floors above the pub into flats the Tortoise needs a lot of work done on Andy does a decorating inside.
Myself and my partner were in London at the weekend and looked on the internet to see if we could find a local bar to watch the Celtic game, we headed to the Cock Tavern which was advertised as a friendly Celtic bar, to our...More
We called in here to watch the Scottish semi final at the weekend and although only One of us wanted to watch Rangers the Owner put it on one of the TV's for us. Even though it's a Celtic pub.
What a place. We were...More
visited monday 1.8.16, it just off oxford st, opp tube station, small back street, 600 mt from tube, went upstairs for food, no lift, nice clean tidy trad pub, excellent food to order with good seating area, had steak n kid pud meal £9.50, must...More
Was here with daughter (early twenties) after a BBC show at about 10pm. Decor is what a pub should be like. However the diminutive manageress does seem to have a brusque unwelcoming manner even told my daughter how to sit when she collected our glasses....More