The Old Kings Head, Borough - pub details
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- Sky TV, Big screen
- Pool table (In function room upstairs), Dartboard, Quiz machines (Millionaire)
- Food served
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Heeltap and Bumper, London Bridge (0.0 miles), Bunch of Grapes, London Bridge (0.0 miles), George, London Bridge (0.0 miles), Utobeer, Borough Market (0.0 miles), Slug and Lettuce, Borough (0.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Was expecting something similar to the nearby George when I tried this back alley pub yesterday morning. The stained glass windows are suitably impressive. But the rest of the interior has a worn feel about it. It seems more of a working class pub than the George and does dispense 6 real ales. Although they (the ales!) are all fairly average - St Austell Tribute & Proper Job, Sharps Doom Bar, Harveys Sussex Best, Wells Bombardier & Taylor Landlord.|
blue_scrumpy - 23 Dec 2012 13:25
|Shabby, one-roomed place that gets busy, mainly because of the cheap early evening prices. The beer's good, the food looks fine, handy for a drink but I'm not sure if I'd want to stay in here all night. |
djw - 5 Oct 2012 21:59
|Visited this pub on Saturday, as usual the place was packed and the beer was in excellent form.|
A proper drinkers pub, was a bit loud with a lot of Millwall FC fans celebrating the end of the season but no hint of trouble.
Also popular with foreign drinkers who know their stuff, was chatting to a man from Chicago who comes over for business, he likes the atmosphere too!
beershot - 30 Apr 2012 09:50
|Decent real ale pub - had the St Austell Proper Job which was fantastic. Happy hour up til 7pm - £2.50 a pint. Great value in a City pub.|
Like this pub a lot - only dampener on the evening was the old fella behind us who kept dropping his guts every 5 minutes.
CorBlimey - 27 Jan 2012 12:34
|Four of us visited this pub having spotted it tucked down an alleyway opposite the entrance to Borough Market. On Friday afternoon arount 2pm it was pretty quiiet with a few people eating what looked like decent pub grub (Fish & Chips, Lasagne, Steak & Kidney Pud etc) from a reasonably-priced menu. The one large bar (with a function room upstairs, apparently) was not overfilled with tables and there were plenty of bar stools, too. Two of us went for the St Austell's Proper Job which lived up to it's name - it was in utterly perfect condition and will live with me as one (actually, I think I had six) of the best pints I've ever had. Also on offer were Doombar, St Austell Tribute and Harvey's Sussex Best. The barmaid/landlady was friendly and took clear pride in her ale offerings. Later in the afternoon, the pub filled up witha mixture of workers ("No soiled work clothes") and businessmen. Behind the bar also filled with staff and the service remained excellent. A basic boozer and all the better for that.|
Tracerfire - 7 Jan 2012 11:54
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