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St Brides Tavern, Blackfriars

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Great small pub to visit in the city, the bar is exceptionally clean, staff very friendly and efficient and prices are consistent with other pubs in the area.
Highly recommended...........
craigshare - 23 Aug 2014 12:41
Attractive bar staff = high prices. 3.5% Hooky Guest Ale - £4.30, Fosters/Carling £4.00, unbelievable - Greene King owns the pub IPA £3.80, will not return
stevecpfc - 3 Mar 2013 11:34
I discovered this pub recently. A very pleasant change from some of the chav infested haunts nearby. Choice of three real ales besides the usual lagers that pubs have to sell to survive these days. The Greene King IPA is a fixture but there are two guests which change regularly unlike many pubs who have the same guests (usually London Pride and ANO). Beers well kept which is often not the case. There is a traditional bar downstairs and a more trendy one upstairs. I did not try the food but it looked and smelt good. Recommended!
MikeTheMechanic - 14 Sep 2010 18:35
Clean, empty and soulless....................will never return.
adamwalsh - 1 Jul 2010 20:19
Me doth think that ye Suffolkfarmboy is a yokel employed at the Punch?
He must be cheap and backward, far cheaper and sillier an an Easten European to employ at that drinkers dreg hole.
Away back to your fields of Suffolk fool. You could'nt possibly judge a great and well run bar as the St.Bride's tavern over the Punch.
DEPTFORDDUTCH - 18 Mar 2010 14:00
Good efficient service, but very expensive food, 15 for a wrap some chips and pint! Give us a beak - How about some cheap lunchtime offers - This is a recession after all! 5/10
suffolkfarmboy - 18 Mar 2010 12:47
I like this pub. Had a choice of 3 beers all well kept. Pub is small but clean. Service was very quick and efficient.
nutsaboutbeer - 22 Feb 2010 17:05
Clean. Well Served beer. Great food. Unlike the "Hoop & Grapes" up the road.
GlasgowGuy - 15 Dec 2009 23:07
This pub is a dear friend around the corner from us and we love it!

If we had more time for staff drinks we would go here more often!

Keep up the good work!
ThePunchTavern - 9 Jun 2009 15:01
If you're in the area, definately well worth a visit. Now doing regularily changed Guest Ales, (Cask Masque award 3 years running), food is always predictably great, you can rely on this one for the best in service too. What more do you need.
mamakaz - 27 Nov 2008 17:02
Fantastic pub! The staff and owner Karen are lovely! I try to go most Friday Nights!

i do like Green King so that helps!
soulfly - 19 Nov 2008 17:31
Really good pub.Staff always smiling and careful.Selection of wines really smart.Food is delicious.I feel at home in this pub!!

littlepenguin - 16 Apr 2008 12:16
Very friendly staff. Downsatirs bar is traditional, upstairs bar/function room is modern and recently refurbished. Good beer (Abbott & IPA) and the buffet food at a recent do was excellent and well-priced.
simes69 - 1 Oct 2007 17:49
really good pint, friendy staff and very clean(everywhere)seems like a local place for those working in the vicinity but we didnt feel out of place not in a suit, and were made to feel very welcome.will go back.
DirtyPanda - 18 Nov 2006 12:36
Don't judge this reasonable little pub by its horrid 60s frontage and inauspicious location off New Bridge Street. Service is friendly and serves an excellent pint of IPA - I was drinking upstairs and the barmaid offered to have it sent up in the lift. Worth a visit.
grecian - 15 Aug 2006 11:38
Very nice pub. Always very clean. Beer is good. Food is fab. Staff are very effective and smiling. Great atmosphere when busy.
dubs - 4 Aug 2006 23:37
Was there 2 nights ago, had tea, a beef Stew, was very tasty. Beers aren't very exciting if only this was a Fuller's pub
scottD - 1 Feb 2006 17:09
Sorry to say that I wasn't terribly impressed. A nice little room for the bar at ground level, but the atmosphere in the room was distinctly one of "business lunchers"--I was the only male customer not in a suit and tie, and the man and woman behind the counter did nothing to change my sense that I'd intruded somewhere I wasn't terribly welcome.

Beer-wise, nothing good or bad to say. It's Greene King--you pretty well know what you're getting when you walk in the door. Embrace the bland name or drink elsewhere.
Hodsthorn - 31 Jan 2006 16:03
Good Food, Ale was good, staff were friendly
anonymous - 20 Jan 2006 11:43
Under New management by a great couple. This little hidden treasure and has been cleaned up and sorted. Food is superb. Upstairs and downstairs Bars. Upstairs perfect for our Christmas Party. I Like!
pbnconsulting - 3 Nov 2005 12:03
Small cosy pub. Greene King on pump. Good food and friendly staff. Generally quiet.
Meurig Jones - 9 Sep 2005 14:53

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