The Barrowboy and Banker, London Bridge - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1424) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Big screen
- Quiz machines (Multiplay)
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating
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Mudlark, London Bridge (0.0 miles), Cooperage, London Bridge (0.1 miles), All Bar One, London Bridge (0.1 miles), Number 1 Bar, London Bridge (0.1 miles), Globe, London Bridge (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Called in Tuesday evening, about 6.00pm. Very busy with the usual punters. Managed to grab a table and two stools by the stairs. Sat enjoying a pint of ESB with my wife, when a little mouse ran across the carpet. The mouse darted from under one table to another, back and forth. It's a good job that the female customers did not see the little chap, it could well have been bedlam in there. You would think that at the prices Fullers are charging in their central London pubs, they could sort out a small problem like a mouse!|
hail_the_ale - 22 Feb 2013 22:10
|Not many in when I visited so could sit and appreciate the interior and it's worth dropping in just for that. I sometimes find the staff at big London pubs a bit indifferent, but here they were very welcoming. Agree with the other posters about the ESB, excellent pint.|
Benson_Hedges - 26 Dec 2012 11:15
|Nice atmosphere while the Olympics was on but was shocked at paying over £4 for a pint of ESB. There are cheaper places around to get ale or if you want to pay through the nose, The Rake is a better place.|
DuchyBoy - 10 Aug 2012 09:42
|Not a bad place, £3.90 for a pint of Pride which is about standard for London these days. Really like the interior (waiting for pix to be approved - come on, mods!) and there's a view of London Bridge Station and The Shard. 8/10|
zabadak - 14 Jul 2012 11:55
|Used this pub for years as you could rely on a decent pint from a Fullers show pub.|
Got a shock last Friday when I popped in for a quickie before the train. £4.70 a pint and the two I had were poorly kept (and I had to send the first one back).
Hope my experience was a one off. There are few boozers around London Bridge where you can rely on the beer.
BadShanker - 5 Jun 2012 10:56
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