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Bradleys
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Address: 42, Hanway Street, London, W1T 1UP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1608) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tottenham Court Road (0.1 miles), Goodge Street (0.3 miles), Oxford Circus (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.7 miles), London Euston (1 mile), London St Pancras (1.1 miles)

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One of my favourite bars in London. Reasonably priced for the location, cracking continental lagers on offer and a friendly atmosphere inside. They had Budvar and Estrella on tap when I visited, both were crisp and fresh and went down a treat. The bar staff couldn't be more charming and made us feel at home straight away. If you ask nicely downstairs they will do music requests and upstairs has a well stocked jukebox. The regulars are a lovely mixture of Iberians, continental Europeans and thebafter work crowd.

Spent most of the evening downstairs with some friends after work, the affable and warm barman (Jan from Belgium) served us with great gusto and madenus feel part of the furniture. I wouldnt hesitate to recommend this wondeful continental hangout to anyone.

Someone has written 'love will turd us apart' on the toilet wall which I founs hilarious.
massive_gannet - 18 Dec 2013 20:00
One of my favourite bars in London. Reasonably priced for the location, cracking continental lagers on offer and a friendly atmosphere inside. They had Budvar and Estrella on tap when I visited, both were crisp and fresh and went down a treat. The bar staff couldn't be more charming and made us feel at home straight away. If you ask nicely downstairs they will do music requests and upstairs has a well stocked jukebox. The regulars are a lovely mixture of Iberians, continental Europeans and thebafter work crowd.

Spent most of the evening downstairs with some friends after work, the affable and warm barman (Jan from Belgium) served us with great gusto and madenus feel part of the furniture. I wouldnt hesitate to recommend this wondeful continental hangout to anyone.

Someone has written 'love will turd us apart' on the toilet wall which I founs hilarious.
massive_gannet - 18 Dec 2013 20:00
One of my favourite bars in London. Reasonably priced for the location, cracking continental lagers on offer and a friendly atmosphere inside. They had Budvar and Estrella on tap when I visited, both were crisp and fresh and went down a treat. The bar staff couldn't be more charming and made us feel at home straight away. If you ask nicely downstairs they will do music requests and upstairs has a well stocked jukebox. The regulars are a lovely mixture of Iberians, continental Europeans and thebafter work crowd.

Spent most of the evening downstairs with some friends after work, the affable and warm barman (Jan from Belgium) served us with great gusto and madenus feel part of the furniture. I wouldnt hesitate to recommend this wondeful continental hangout to anyone.

Someone has written 'love will turd us apart' on the toilet wall which I founs hilarious.
massive_gannet - 18 Dec 2013 20:00
One of my favourite bars in London. Reasonably priced for the location, cracking continental lagers on offer and a friendly atmosphere inside. They had Budvar and Estrella on tap when I visited, both were crisp and fresh and went down a treat. The bar staff couldn't be more charming and made us feel at home straight away. If you ask nicely downstairs they will do music requests and upstairs has a well stocked jukebox. The regulars are a lovely mixture of Iberians, continental Europeans and thebafter work crowd.

Spent most of the evening downstairs with some friends after work, the affable and warm barman (Jan from Belgium) served us with great gusto and madenus feel part of the furniture. I wouldnt hesitate to recommend this wondeful continental hangout to anyone.

Someone has written 'love will turd us apart' on the toilet wall which I founs hilarious.
massive_gannet - 18 Dec 2013 20:00
Tiny space in here so that when you walk in you bump into their pride and joy - a jukebox that plays vinyl. There were quite a few of us on a pub crawl so it skipped enough times to provoke an curt rebuke from the bar staff. Sorry about that.

They do serve Cruzcampo, a pint of which is always welcome. Also the street this pub is on very quiet and a good place to get away from the masses on Oxford Street.

There's a downstairs bit too, which is equally as cramped as upstairs. This is a great pub, if you're one of the five people in here.
lancalot - 16 Nov 2013 18:49

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