The Mug House, London Bridge - pub details
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|they serve some nice port.|
becks007 - 17 Dec 2012 06:50
|The Mug House has always been a welcome bolt hole - calm and civilised compared to most of the London Bridge/ Borough Market tourist traps and commuter crushes. I have noticed a steady improvement with much friendlier staff and a wider range of beers, including Meantime. This - and the Boot and Flogger - definitely my favourite drinking spot in the locality. |
WilkoSE1 - 1 Oct 2012 14:41
|Paid my first visit last Friday. Not the easiest pub to find but well worth the effort. I used to use the City FOB (does it still exist?) when I worked in the City and this one was fairly similar in a standard Davy's way. The Old Wallop was in good nick and the pub wasn't crowded so our group had plenty of room. The staff were very pleasant as were the clientele so I shan't hesitate to return|
roobs52 - 21 Mar 2012 16:55
|The Mug House, London Bridge Ė Top of my current favourites in London is the lovely Mug House. Little difficult to find as itís literally under London Bridge itself, but my word, when you do find it, what a little gem. It manages to avoid the usual city rabble and itís refined, a fabulous wine list and they do food too (which I have yet to sample fully!). The staff offer excellent service and are very friendly. The location offers the added bonus of being totally underground so no disturbances with phones constantly going off, as there is absolutely no phone signal! They do offer free wireless tho, so never completely out of touch. Oh and a special mention to the very smartly dressed & rather attractive male bartender here! They are on Twitter as @themughouse & have just started opening on a Sunday. |
ilovehoppybeer - 13 Jun 2011 22:03
|Seems to have improved a lot since reviews of last year.|
Now serving a range of Meantime beers on tap - Pale ale, stout and London Lager as well as Davy staples, Old Wollop and 1870 lager.
Food has also taken a turn for the better with a more home cooked feel. The vegetarian goats cheese wellington was especially good according to my wife and the fish and chips was one of the best
I've had in from a pub kitchen.
Staff were very friendly and are very proud of the place, a rarity these days.
Highly recommended to get away from the bustle of the market and the samey-ness of pub chains.
ilovehoppybeer - 4 Apr 2011 00:45
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