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Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
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Address: Wine Office Court, 145 Fleet Street, London, EC4A 2BU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1513) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Blackfriars (0.3 miles), Chancery Lane (0.4 miles), Temple (0.4 miles)

Nearest DLR station Bank (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations City Thameslink (0.2 miles), Blackfriars (0.3 miles), Farringdon (0.4 miles)

Brewery: Samuel Smith's

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Historic pub and Sam Smith's beer at Sam Smith's prices. No problem with either. Sit in here and pretend to be in a period drama. Say things like "I've had to call the doctor out as Mrs Miggins has got a dose of that pleuresy. She's not looking to clever I tell thee."
terenced - 23 Jan 2017 10:53
A veritable classic.Nice pint of OBB,much more expensive than in Yorkshire but that is to be expected.

Amusing to see the American tourist ask for a pint of Stella then the wifi password.
Humphrey Smith doesnot do free wifi.
oldandmild - 16 Jul 2016 10:14
A must experience london pub - especially on a winter's night, where the roaring fire and dark wood add a certain dickensian feel to the experience.

Lovely dining room to the left of the main entrance - if you can get in. Tiny bar to the right. Large, Downstairs cellar below.

If only it wasn't a Sam Smiths pub - selling their odd beers.
Mappiman - 19 Dec 2014 14:56
cracking boozer; one of the best.
chelsea_greg - 7 Sep 2014 13:20
A rowdy group were just leaving/being ejected when we arrived; if they had remained I doubt if we'd have gone in. Beer was OK but not as nice as the previous place we visited that day; packed with tourists and a private party (of it seemed one couple only) that reduced seating even further. Much more pleasant when there are less people around but then we did visit on a warm Saturday evening so wouldn't have expected it to be quiet.
Mr_ESB_Harry - 7 Sep 2014 11:42

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