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Bunch of Grapes
Nice pub, just down the road from Harrods.
Brompton Rd
Grenadier, The
A real stunner of a pub. Sells 4 kinds of Gin, famous for it's Bloody Mary. Legend says it used to the Wellington's local.
Wilton Row
Nags Head
Excellent pub. Bits and pieces all over the place. Great feel to it. Well worth a visit.
Kinnerten Street
Star, The
Nice old style pub, hidden away in the heart of Belgravia, Well worth a visit.
Belgrave Mews South
Turks Head
A local for the Belgravia set, no dirt, no dust, no soul.
Motcomb St
Wiltern Arms
Very nice local just a stones throw away from the big Knightsbridge stores
Kinnerten Street

Belgravia & Knightsbridge

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Bricklayers Arms
Small, clinical, but it works
Gresse Street
Calthorpe Arms
Honest to goodness plain pub. A real find in this area
Grays Inn Road
Crown and Scepter
Very good floor show watching the staff trying to tune all the TV's. The foods not bad at all. The interior has been done up, a bit yuppie'ish. Friendly staff.
Foley Street
Duke of York
Renovated old pub. A local at weekends. Cheap gin.
Charlotte Place
George, The
Really nice interior, looks authentic. Traditional pub mirrors, very Victorian in style. Sells gin by the pint.
Mortimer Street
Kings Arms
Not bad. It is good to find a non poncy pub. It has not been messed about with too much.
Great Titchfield Street
King and Queen
A real local. Opens before 12.
Foley Street
Lamb , The
Really nice traditional pub. Well worth a visit
94 Lamb's Conduit Street.
Lord John Russell
Nice, a real pub
Marchmont Street
Museum Tavern
Full of tourists, go to the Plough.
Museum St.
Norfolk Arms
Very nice traditional pub. Great interior.
Hastings Street
 
One Tun, The
Sandra likes it. Friendly staff. A real local at weekends. Can sit outside
Goodge Street
Plough, The
Nice little pub, has the feel of a local.
Museum St.
Princess Louise
Victorian style pub, well restored, can get very full. Not at all bad.
208 High Holborn
Wheat Sheaf, The
Really nice pub. A place were I could easily loose a few hours. Strong on food
Rathbone Place

Bloomsbury

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Catherine Wheel
A pub for locals, a real pub.
Holland Street
Elephant and Castle
Really nice little pub in the rustic style. Well worth having a drink in.
Holland Street
Phene Arms
Not the kind of pub you would expect to find in Chelsea. Not restored, nice and friendly, even the yuppies seem OK.
Phene Street
Surprise Chelsea
A Chelsea local, posh accents and ties abound, but despite all this it's not bad. It's has not been messed about with, and has a peasant feel to it.
Christchurch Terrace

Chelsea & Kensington

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Three Tons
The loos work.
Jewry St.
Blackfriar, The
Really well worth a visit
174 Queen Victoria St.
Cartoonist
ok
76 Shoe Lane
Center Page, The
If you are not sick crossing the new bridge from the Tate modern, then drop into this pub and you soon will be. A text book example of how not to renovate a pub.
Peters Hill
Cockpit
A real pub, with a real pub feel. Well worth a visit
Ireland yard
Counting House, The
As a pub it's ok, lots of city types. Take a look at the dome.
Cornhill
City Tup
Was probably once very nice, but it has been done up. Well at least it is still a pub.
Gresham Street
East India Arms
"Man stand at bar" type pub, but it has a nice feel to it, and the service is good and friendly. Still a real pub and not just for tourists.
Fenchurch St.
El Vino
Nice wine bar, has a really old feel to it.
New Bridge St
El Vino
Nice wine bar, has a really old feel to it.
47 Fleet St.
El Vino
Nice wine bar, has a really old feel to it.
Fish Hill St.
English Club
One of the best pubs in the area, well worth a visit.
Savage Gardens
Golden Fleece
Restored, squeaky clean, just about usable
Queen Street
Hatchet, The
The front room with the bar is a fine old style city pub, but try the back room it is really nice.
Garlick Hill
Jamaica Wine House
This place has a wonderful old feel to it, a real pub. Well worth visiting
St. Michael's Alley off Cornhill
Le Grande Marque
Champagne bar, good fun
Ludgate Hill
Red Lion
Nice pub hidden away down an side street. A useful find.
Lombard Crt
Rising Sun
An original pub, not messed about with.
Burgon Street
Shaw's Bookseller
How "All Bar One" and it's ilk should have been done up. A very pleasant pub.
St. Andrews Hill
Ship, The
Good old style pub. There are no chairs and table, but only stools.
Talbot Court off Gracechurch Street
Simpsons
At the front it's a small, pokey, seat less pub, just what you would expect from a city institution. A place were the old rich have a pint.
Balls Crt
Williamsons Tavern
The oldest pub in the city, and still going strong.
Grovelane Court, off Bow Lane
Ye oldie London
Nice pub still has the real pub feel
Ludgate Hill
Ye olde wine shades
ok
6 Martin Lane
Ye Old Watling
Oldie worldie pub
Bow Lane

City

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Angel and Crown
Ok
St. Martins Lane
Angel St. Giles
The pub has managed to retain it's old structure, with multiple bars. A public, lounge and saloon, as well as a covered courtyard. This is a very nice pub.
St. Giles High St.
Chandos, The
ok
29 St. Martins Lane
Coal Hole
Big rambling pub, not as bad as some but there are better ones close by
.91 Strand
Cross Keys
Very original pub, the place if you are into memorabilia
Endall Street
Essex Serpent
Modern, squeaky clean, but very friendly.
King Street
Freemasons Arms
Office works haunt. Fine for what it is.
Great Queen Street
George, The
Big open "Bernie Inn" style pub. Do not bother going in, stay outside and look at the building
.213 Strand
Globe
I have seen much worse
Bow Street
Green Man and French Horn
Good pub, few tourists
St. Martin's Lane
Gordons
An interesting wine bar in the vaulted cellars under the street
47 Villiers St.
Harp, The
If you need a Bloody Mary or a toastie, this is the place. The BM's are amongst the best in London. The decor is a mix between pub kitsch an the National Portrait Gallery rejects. In summer the big window at the front is open, a great place for person watching. The prices are very good for this area. A must to visit.
William IV St
Hercules Pillars
Big office workers pub. It does whats it's there to do.
Great Queen Street
Lamb and Flag
Claims to be the oldest pub in the area, has buckets of atmosphere. In December 1679 the poet Dryden was beaten up outside the pub by thugs hired by the Earl of Rochester. It used to be called the "Bucket of Blood", but the name put the tourists off.
33 Rose St.
Low Lander
Trendy beer bar
Dury Lane
Lyceum Tavern
A rather nice pub, not messed about with too much. Has booths.
354 Strand
Marquees of Granby
A really nice pub, well worth loosing a few hours in. In January 1670 the highwayman Claude Duval was arrested here. Try the Cider
.
51 Chandos Place
Nell Gwen
One of the best pubs in London, small and poky, no tourists
Bull Inn Court
Prince of Wales
ok. You can site outside, it's a great show.
150 Dury Lane
Round House
ok
1 Garrick St.
Round Table
ok
St. Martin's Court
Salisbury
The interior is quite stunning, lots of small rooms.
90 St. Martin's Lane
Sun Tavern
Typical Covent Garden style pub aimed at tourists and yuppies.
Long Acre
Tup, The
Well hidden pub, not bad at all, no tourists.
Savoy Street
Wellington
Done up, not too bad, but there are better ones near by
351 Strand

Covent Garden

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Barley Mow
Done up pub, but it's OK.
Long Lane
Bleeding Heart
ok
Bleeding Heart Yard, off Greville St.
Bishop's Finger
Done up in wine bar style, not my kind of place
9-10 West Smithfield
Butchers hook and clever
Done up but usable
West Smithfield
Cockpit, The
Really nice pub, hidden away on a side street. A certain William Shakespeare once owned a building on this site.
Ireland Yard
Cittie of Yorke
Really nice interior, not been messed about with too much. Nice booths
22-23 High Holborn
Crown
Quaint pub, you can sit outside in a little square.
New Oxford St
Cheshire Cheese
Nice pub, small and cosy. Mix of workers and suits
.5 Little Essex St.
Devereux
Not bad at all, considering it's location it's a wonder
20 Devereux Court
Edgar Wallace
Big empty space, no soul.
40 Essex St.
Hand and Shears
Done up, but still a real pub, not the best but not bad.
Cloth Fair
Hope
Nice real pub
Cowcross Street
Magpie and Stump
ok
18 Old Bailey
Melton Mowbray
Friendly "old style" pub, nice atmosphere
18 Holborn
Mucky Duck
ok
108 Fetter Lane
Old Bank of England
This used to be a bank that has been converted to a pub. It has a wonderful interior, very stylish, if a bit modern
194 Fleet St.
Old Bell Tavern
Nice old pub, not messed about with.
95 Fleet St.
Old Cock Tavern
Seedy journo go elsewhere nowadays. The pub is a dead ringer for one in Smithfield, don't confuse them. Soulless.
Fleet Street
Old Red Lion
Nice pub, mainly office workers
72 High Holborn
Printers Pie
ok
60 Fleet St.
Punch Tavern
ok
99 Fleet St.
Rising Sun
Really nice pub, knows what it is and has no pretensions
38 Cloth Fair
Seven Stars
ok
53 Carey St.
Ship, The
Nice comfy lounge bar. Worth a visit.
Gate Street
Tipperary
A real drinking persons pub (man stand at bar). It has seen better days. You get what's you pay's for - drink!
66 Fleet St.
Viaduct Tavern
Nice pub, sticky seats and tables, just how it should be. According to legend it is haunted.
126 Newgate St.
While Swan
ok
108 Fetter Lane
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
Old ramshackle, tourist trap.
145 Fleet St.
Ye Old Mitre Tavern
One of the best pubs in London. Real old pub, very nice, could almost be in the country. Highly recommended, but very difficult to find.
Ely Court

Holborn

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Audley, The
Squeaky clean, no soul.
Mount St.
Bricklayers Arms
Bricklayers in Mayfair, and it says "no soiled or work clothing" ob the door. It ok, but not worth going out of your way for.
George Street
Bunch of Grapes
Man stand at bar. Suits rule OK.
Shepherd Street
Duke of Albemarle
Renovated to death.
Dover St.
Fuller Ale Lodge
Lunch time pub, very much man stand at bar.
Brooks Mews
Goat, The
A small pub, a bit man stand at bar. On the whole quite acceptable. Good place to eves drop on drunken conversations about various perversions, highly educational.
Stafford St.
Grosvenor Arms
An oasis, a real pub in the middle of lunchtime land.
Grosvenor St.
Kings Arms
Bad service, man stand at bar. Avoid.
Shepherd St.
Masons Arms, The
Nice decor, not at all bad
Maddox St.
Old Mark, The
Man stand at bar. Lunch time pub. Big empty space, lacks soul.
Maddox St.
Punch Bowl
A local. It even lets labours in. The public bar is at the front and the salon is at the back. Very good.
Farm St.
Red Lion
A heaven in the middle of Mayfair. It's a country pub, in the heart of the city. Highly recommended.
Red Lion Place
Running Footman, The
A really nice pub. Cheap doubles. A real gem, well worth a visit.
Charles St.
Samuel Pepys
Factory pub. Get them in, get their money, get them out.
Clarges St.
Shelley's
Thinks it's better than it is. Yuppie heaven. Modern with no atmosphere.
Stafford St.
Shepherds Tavern
Cozy little pub. Interesting water taps. Great spot to watch the traffic trying to get round Shepherds Market.
Shepherd St.
Spread Eagle
Opens at 11 am, just of Oxford Street. Sandra says "send the men to shop, while you drink". Mind you the way I remember it, I found the pub and drank, while she shopped. Nice pub.
Woodstock St.
Windmill, The
Big lunchtime pub
Mill St.

Mayfair

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Cock & Loin
A refuge for shop workers just off Oxford Street. A bit sterile but it serves booze.
Wigmore Street
Fountain Abbey
Nice original pub, friendly staff, has a local feel to it. On the other side of the road it the lab in which Flemming discovered Penciling, where did the spore come from !
Praed St
Great Western
A local, is what it is.
Sale Place
Mason's Arms
Lunch time office workers type of pub, and it does it quite well.
Devonshire Street
Prince Regent
The staff uniforms say "Don't shoot the staff". That just about says it all about this place, it's not their fault.
Marylebone High Street
Rising Sun
Yuppies everywhere
Marylebone High Street
Warwick Castle
Fake, Fits in perfectly with the area.
Warwick Place

Paddington & Marylebone

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Argyll Arms
ok
18 Argyll St.
Bath House
Just a few steps from Oxford Street you can fine nice pubs like this one that have not been messed around with
Dean St.
Blue Post
Just about a pub. The seats should get a special awarded for being uncomfortable.
Kingley Street
Carlisel Arms
A grotty pub, a real find in Soho.
Bateman St
Clachan
Large old style pub, seems very popular, a bit "man stand at bar". Very much after work office crowd.
34 Kingly St.
Coach and Horses
ok
29 Greek St.
Crown and two chairmen
Nice local pub, a bit man stand at bar over lunch time
31 Dean St.
De Hems
ok
11 Macclesfield St.
Kings Head
Friendly bar, in the heart of China Town. Punters seen with Chinese takeaways. The wood panels on the walls are quite impressive. There is a wine bar downstairs with candles but they play jazz.
Gerrard St.
Leicester Arms, The
Harmless and empty. It is in the heart of "shopping city", so fed up with those shops - stop in for a drink. Plays Bay City Rollers. Plays Sweet, it's fantastic (Sandra)
Warwick st
French House
Small, crowded, full of atmosphere
49 Dean St.
Glassblower
ok
Glasshouse St.
Glassblower
It's ok, a bit squeaky clean and done up
Brewer St.
Golden Lion
ok
51 Dean St.
Imperial
ok
5 Leicester St.
John Snow
A really nice pub, not messed about with and the water is clean. The pub is named after the local doctor who had the nearby well closed in a cholera epidemic and proved how the disease is spread.
Broadwick street
King of Corsica
A genuine local
Berwick Street
Moon and Sixpence
Very big, highly stylish bar. It can only be described as cool !
Charing Cross Rd
Moon under Water
Modern soulless pub.
28 Leicester Sq.
Nellie Dean of Soho
A real spit and sawdust pub, without the spit and sawdust. It's a real joy to find that pubs like this still exists. Protect it !
Dean St.
Old Coffee House
A real pub, well worth visiting
49 Beak St.
Red Lion
Stonking good pub. The pub has 2 bars, saloon and public. It has not been restored, so there are few suits or yuppies, just a few very confused tourists. You will probably still see them sitting there waiting for a waiter to come. Well worth visiting.
Kingly St.
Rising Sun
Not bad
Poland Street
Star and Garter
Nice pub, good atmosphere, just the place to loose a few hours.
Poland Street
Shakespeare Arms
Ok, nice decor. The problem is the location and the customers it attracts, tourists who think you spell cool "twat". Sit outside and watch the show.
Carneby St
Sun and Cantons
Restored but still usable
Beak Street
Three Greyhounds
ok
25 Greek St.

Soho

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Anchor, The
A traditional pub that goes way back. Not at all bad, the fixtures and fitting seem to be as historic as the pub.
Bankend
Anchor Tap
A real pub. Lots little rooms, in one you can even find a shove 1/2 penny set. No self respecting yuppie would be seen dead in this place. I highly recommend it.
Horselydown Lane
Camel, The
Modern pub, quite usable.
Lower Marsh
Cooperage
Sawdust floors, quaint oldie worldly style. Total fake.
Tooley Street
Crown and Cushion
Welcoming interior, nice atmosphere, the odd broken chair and table, it even has a dart board. It easy to loose a lot of time here
Westminster Bridge Road
Doggetts
Modern hole.
Blackfriars Bridge
Founders Arms
McDonalds with booze.
Bankside
George Inn, The
A real historic monument, it is actually owned by the National Trust. Unfortunately they do not know much about running a pub, very yuppie and wall to wall tourists. In the summer you can sit in the large courtyard, and then it's a really nice place.
George Inn Yard
Globe, The
Broken chairs, torn seats, sandwiches that curl up at the edges. A real pub, lots of atmosphere. A great place to loose a day or two.
Green Dragon Court
Horniman at Haywards Wharf
Done up and squeaky clean.
Haywards Wharf
Kings Arms
A real old local, it still has a salon and public bar. If you scratch beneath the surface though it's all pure yuppie, but it's still a nice looking pub, it just lacks soul.
Roupell Street
Mad Hatter, The
The pub has a nice look to it. It seems to cater for the lunchtime trade, and has a^an interesting menu. Not bad at all.
Stanford Street
Market Porter, The
Yuppie ville
Stoney Street
Old Kings Head, The
A true local. Warm atmosphere. Not a single tourist or yuppie in sight. Don't worry about getting run over in the narrow alley leading from the pub, it's probably an ambulance on it's way from Guys.
Kings Head Yard
Old Thamesside Inn
Big and modern. Go to the Anchor.
Clink Street
Rose and Crown
Well hidden away. Rather nice pub, rather small. Unfortunately it seems to attract the suits with phone type, but on the whole rather nice.
Paris Gardens
Skinner
Large rambling pub. Another total fake.
Trolley Street
Southwark Tavern
Anywhere else this pub would be highly recommended, but around Borough market, there is some stiff competition. So here its an also ran, but worth trying.
Stoney Street
Stage Door
Samuel Pepys must be turning in his grave as a result of what they have done to one of his favourite pubs. This is industrial pubing. Only use in emergency.
Gray Street
Wheat Sheaf, The
A treasure. A real local, 2 bars, full of everything that makes up a good pub. A must try.
Stoney Street

Southwark

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Blue Post
It's a bit of a rip off, at least £1 more than other pubs in the area, but the bar maid does ware a sort of school uniform. The clients are the poorer members of the St. James set. Apart from that it's not too bad.
Bennet Street
Chequers Tavern
Quite a nice pub, friendly. Can easily loose a few hours here.
Duke St.
Golden Lion
Not bad. Ideal for a drink or two, but not the whole evening.
King St.
Red Lion
A real local in the heart of the city. Well worth a visit.
Crown Passage
Red Lion
Bit of a "man stand at bar", but the decor is wonderful. This pub has a real Victorian era look to it.
2 Duke of York St.

St. James's

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Adam and Eve, The
ok
81 Petty France
Albert, The
ok
52 Victoria St.
Clarence, The
ok
53 Whithall
Red Lion
The MP's local. Nice looking pub. Gets very crowded over lunchtime
Whithall
Sherlock Holmes
ok
10 Northumberland Ave.
Speaker, The
A nice local. Comics and cartoons on the walls. The food is not bad at all.
Perkins St.
Silver Cross
ok
33 Whitehall
Two Chairmen, The
Not at all bad, just a bit renovated, but it is still a real pub.
Queen Anne's Gate
Walkers of Whitehall
Craig's Court
Westminster Arms
OK, a real after work pub. Can sit outside.
9 Storey's Gate

Westminster

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Angel
Compared to some of the other pubs in this area, it not quite up there, but it's ok, You can sit outside, or on a balcony over the river. The inside is rather nice.
Bermondsey Wall East, Rotherhithe
The Captain Kidd
Modern, soulless, but servers it purpose.
108 Wapping High Street,
Mayflower
Rather nice place, good food, good views. Well worth a visit.
Rotherhithe Street
Narrow Street
A Gastro Pub on the river. Great views, unfortunatly the pub is of the soulless modern type.
Narrow Street
Prospect of Whitby, The
This pub lives up to all the hype, you can sit outside by the Thames, inside, or on a balcony over the river next to the noose. Well worth a visit.
Wapping Wall
Railway, The
A local that is trying to aim city types who get off the train at the wrong stop.
Commercial Road
Town of Ramsgate
A really nice pub. You can sit outside by the river or inside in the old style interior. I would go out of my way to visit
62 Wapping High Street

 

East London

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

Albert, The
A local, mix and match furniture, homely feel
Princess Rd, NW1
The Union
Not at all bad pub.
52 Lloyd Baker St.
Wenlock Arms
ok
26 Wenlock Road

North London

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

The Station Master (a.k.a. Bickley Arms)
Not much of a pub, but it has got a little better lately. Probably my local, if you bump into a a vision called Sandra, buy here a drink for me.
Chislehurst Station
The Ramblers Rest
Small and a bit prissy, but worth visiting
Chislehurst
Imperial Arms
A really nice pub, friendly service, good atmosphere. There is a Thai restaurant at the back
Chislehurst
The Crown
Just across the green from the Tiger head, not bad, and not as full. Some times the cooker blows up.
Chislehurst
The Tigers Head
More a badly run restaurant than a pub. They tend to close when it suits them, if you like arrogant staff that most firmly believe that the customer is of no importance than this is the place for you. Fake old style, thinks it's better then it is.
Chislehurst
The Bull
Big traditional pub, better selection of wine than most. There is a carvery at the back that looks and smells good
Chislehurst
The Daylight Inn
Fake old style, but a real pub, on the whole not too bad.
Petts Wood
The Sovereign of the seas
Big open converted shop, lacks atmosphere
Petts Wood

Bromley

Central London
Belgravia & Knightsbridge
Bloomsbury
Chelsea & Kensington

The City
Covent Garden
Holborn
Mayfair
Paddington & Marylebone

Soho
Southwark
St. James's
Westminster


East London
North London
South London

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