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Address: 7 Oxendon Street, London, SW1Y 4EE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1710) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Piccadilly Circus (0.1 miles), Leicester Square (0.2 miles), Charing Cross (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.4 miles), London Waterloo (1 mile), London Waterloo East (1.1 miles)

Chain: Original Pub Co.

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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 24 users)
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Visited here one lunchtime during the week and found it surprisingly quiet. Had 4 ales on tap so I decided to try the Brains SA Gold which was very nicely kept. There is a food menu which consists of your mainly typical pub grub though I have to say the steak & ale pie was tasty. Needless to say the interior is comedy-themed with pictures of famous comedians of past and present so I would like to do one of the comedy nights there sometime in the future.

I can't say what it's like there in the evenings as it maybe totally different from the daytime but I couldn't really fault it from my visit and I would recommend a visit if ever you're passing.
wezmiester - 16 Oct 2011 14:09
The Comedy Pub as Its now known following an extensive refurbishment concentrates on giving our customers what they want as we cater for many different offers & occasions focusing on Quality service & atmosphere
We are proud of our food and the fact we are A Free House Pub, if that’s not only what you are looking for as you might have guessed from the name of our pub, we love comedy and we have comedy shows 4 nights per week, acts that have played The Comedy Pub include Ricky Gervais, Jimmy Carr, Stephen Merchant, Danny Bhoy, Omid Djalili, Stephen K. Amos, Imran Yusuf… We have the next revolution in TV here showing the very best sport from all over the world on HD & 3D in our sports lounge, we have live entertainment most evenings and to cap it all off you can bop into the early hours in our club room …
Functions for any occasion are also catered for at The Comedy Pub for up to 200 people
The emphasis is on fun and creating the perfect party atmosphere whether it's just a normal Saturday night in town or a crunch match for England, the Comedy Pub has all you could wish for “and of course, quality service

Franshue23 - 19 Jun 2011 15:08
Feels a bit like a hotel bar, but does sell a number of real ales on draft. Great place to go if looking for a quiet drink, as can usually get a seat/table.
altdorfs - 8 May 2011 13:47
Was in here last saturday afternoon about 3 o'clock and there were only 3 people in here.No real ale,usual bland chain-pub interior,if you want a drink in a pub go next door to the Tom Cribb.
boundsgreenboy - 19 Jul 2009 23:41
Downstairs is quite a good place for a gig as the room is a regular shape, improving the acoustics, and people are not likely to drift in off the street and hold loud conversations on their mobile phone while the band are trying to play. Bands heard include Twisted Trees and the Silver Wizard Project, both of whom can now say they have played the West End (well, under it in fact).
However £3.70 for a pint of lemonade and lime juice is rather steeper than the north face of the Eiger and stopped me having a second one. People tend to drink soft drinks more slowly than beer anyway so why not encourage the customer to drink more of them by charging less?
I can't say much about the upstairs except that it does coffee, which was ok and not too expensive either.
rainlight - 26 Nov 2008 00:58

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