St. George's Tavern, Victoria - pub details
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Greyhound, Pimlico (0.1 miles), Molly O'Grady's, Victoria Place (0.1 miles), Sports Bar and Grill, Victoria (0.1 miles), Sloe Bar, Victoria Station (0.1 miles), Iron Duke, Victoria station (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|A Nicholsons pub which, given it's proximity to Victoria Station is more than acceptable. Long narrowish bar subdivided into two areas of which the rear one seemed more set up for eating. As usual with Nicholsons there was plenty of ale to choose from. 6 pumps - 5 in use with Nicholsons regulars Doom Bar and Pride being supplemented by Tribute, Skinners Cornish Trawler and Nicholsons own. I had the Tribute which was in good order.|
There was a fair smattering of people for a mid-afternoon who mostly seemed to be from local offices and the atmosphere was relaxed and pleasant.
If you are at Victoria with time to kill I recommend nipping out through the shopping centre to this pub rather than any of the dumps inside or, even worse, the excruciatingly bad Sherlock Holmes out the front.
murgatroyd - 23 Mar 2012 10:37
|service without a smile, cold breakfast served, four of us but food served at different times, food was not good...............|
chimbo - 17 May 2011 19:16
|Hadn't been in here for a while, but, popped in a couple of times last w-end.|
Much improved since my previous visits a few years ago now, could be down to the very cheery, friendly manager who was happy enough to assist with the constant stream of tourists coming in to the pub asking for directions but not adding their custom to the pub.
BEEFY71 - 4 Feb 2011 12:30
|Visited here last wednesday 26th Jan. I was doing the Dick Whittington Ale Trail. Provided a Good Pint of London Pride. Staff were friendly and for a midweek lunchtime the pub was very busy. Not so appealing from the outside but lovely inside, with a restaurant area at the back. would definately go back and would like it as my local. (unfortuately it is nearly 30 miles away).|
Bitter_Man - 30 Jan 2011 11:45
|6 beers on offer yesterday - Pride, Landlord, Adnams, Slaters Top Totty, Thwaites Nutty Slack and Hydes 1863 - at £3.30 or more.|
The Slaters was great. Pub was packed and sevice wasn't good despite there being 4 staff on.
I do wish, though, that they'd realise that not everyone likes being served their beer in a handle but, more importantly, I do want a full pint without having to ask for a top up everytime. We stood at the bar for over an hour and I'd guess that 80% of the "pints" served were under size by at least 10%. Trading Standards should pay this place a visit.
cheshirecat - 11 Mar 2010 09:16
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