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The Jerusalem Tavern, Clerkenwell - pub details

Jerusalem Tavern
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Address: 55 Britton Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1M 5UQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1660) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Farringdon (0.1 miles), Barbican (0.3 miles), Chancery Lane (0.4 miles)

Nearest DLR station Bank (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Farringdon (0.1 miles), London Barbican (0.3 miles), City Thameslink (0.6 miles)

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General information: Closed at weekends.

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 343 users)
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user reviews of the Jerusalem Tavern, Clerkenwell

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Not as old as it appears and much of the interior only dates back to the 1990s. Pleasant enough though and the St Peters beers are O.K. I particularly liked the mild but the best wasn't to my taste. Normal London prices c.£4 a pint. Apparently can get very packed and the bar area is small, as is the pub. I went on a Monday afternoon so it wasn't too busy. Worth going to if in the area.
Sussexcrawler - 26 Oct 2016 10:33
Good beer, good service, very atmospheric and historic pub with a decent buzz in an area of London where being up yourself never goes out of fashion. It's busy but you can't criticise any business for being popular.
djw - 21 Nov 2015 23:17
An early 18th century building with original features, this atmospheric place is a favourite location with film and television crews, and it's easy to see why. As other reviewers say, it is quite small and crowds routinely spill out on to the pavement at busy times. However, time it right, and you will find it pleasantly quiet, tucked away in a side street near Farringdon Station. The St Peter's beer range is extensive and well-kept. In my experience, the food has been quite limited, but then it is not a pub I would go to specifically to eat – this is primarily a drinkers' place, a role it performs extremely well.
Antiquarian - 29 Apr 2015 10:47
A return to the Jerusalem after some time, but it's still just as comfy and atmospheric as ever. The cream stout was nice and satisfying.
Charno - 7 Mar 2014 14:58
The only criticism is that it’s a little on the small side! The St Peter’s beers are a mixed bag but that’s the sort of selection that a brewery should have. You can’t expect to like them all but if you like any at all this is the place to drink them. I was very fortunate on my visit; they had their Christmas Ale available. Excellent and, despite the 7% ABV it was not excessively priced. A gem.
Doob - 22 Jan 2014 13:08

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