The Northumberland Arms, Fitzrovia - pub details
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Court, Tottenham Court Road (0.0 miles), Grafton Arms, Fitzrovia (0.1 miles), Jeremy Bentham, Bloomsbury (0.1 miles), Mortimer Arms, Bloomsbury (0.1 miles), Prince of Wales Feathers, Warren Street (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Common our garden boozer. Hobgoblin our Jennings Cumberland on. Okay. Busy, but nice in its own way. 6/10 at best. Cumberland okay.|
The_evil_doctor - 1 Nov 2016 19:26
|Nearest pub to my hotel, so had to be investigated. Two real ales and I went for the unfortunately named Dogs Bollocks. It was pretty decent to be fair.|
To continue the story, two girls came in, sat on the next table and started to kiss. Not just a peck on the cheek, but full blooded snogging.
Well I didn't know where to look.
I am from Worcestershire. This doesn't happen here.
Mappiman - 4 Dec 2014 21:39
|Grotty one room pub which for some reason is always rammed,slow unfriendly service ,horrid tiny toilets,grumpy bouncers ,£4.40 for a pint of warm lager in a dirty glass.|
Place is a toilet AVOID
jackbar - 9 Jun 2012 11:52
|A smart enough but perhaps somewhat sterile pub once inside, the Northumberland was not targeted because we'd heard it was especially worthwhile; merely it was the most convenient hostelry in the nearby vicinity and didn't know of anywhere necessarily better. |
I had a perfectly acceptable though uninspiring ale - two were available on pump - I must say I can't recall which it was although that will say as much about my state at the time as it might about the blandness of range. It wasn't especially busy and we rather suspected the majority of punters were favouring the nearby Court - which didn't look great but was admittedly rammed to its rafters.
I fear this is one of the myriad number of pubs in the capital that presents a traditional and welcoming exterior and suggests character may lurk within, but once inside it falls rather flat and really could be anywhere. I think the expression 'by numbers' applies. However, if just requiring a quickie this will serve well enough.
TWG - 1 Dec 2011 17:56
Two real ale pumps - one unmarked, t'other badged and was eventually the response was "It's finished.".
So, for a fine example of poor availability and service this is a must.
The external canopy was helpful in the rain.
Go to Prince of Wales Feathers in Warren St. as we did *
blooms - 5 Nov 2011 17:21
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