The Lamb and Flag, Oxford - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2513) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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other pubs nearby:
Eagle and Child, Oxford (0.1 miles), Duke Of Cambridge, Oxford (0.1 miles), Morse Bar, Oxford (0.2 miles), Royal Oak, Oxford (0.2 miles), Far From the Madding Crowd, Oxford (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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5 most recent reviews of 62 shown - see all reviews
|Pub number 5 of the GBG tick fest in one day and to be honest the Lamb was my favorite.|
Not as quaint as the Chequers but I really liked the barman's enthusiasm, the feel of the pub and of course the range of ales. No beer festival on but they still have 12 pumps serving 7 different ales, including an offering from Torquay's Bay's Brewery...a cracking brewery with consistently good beer.
Wood paneling throughout, plenty of seating areas and all in all an excellent pub with a good atmosphere.
lezford - 12 Jul 2013 13:48
|Good range of reasonably priced beers, including Palmers and Old Peculier. More to it than just a spot for beer cognoscenti though, a very comfortable and welcoming pub.|
biggles221 - 4 Jul 2013 20:25
|This pub is ok but the Ales never change and the choice is unimaginative. Worth a visit but then go to Far From the Madding Crowd and the Royal Blenhiem for choice of Ales.|
Gar - 4 May 2013 18:47
|Not much to add to the last review. I ended my Oxford crawl there last week, and made sure I left a good hour and a half to enjoy a couple of relaxing pints. I much preferred it to Far from the Madding Crowd, which despite an interesting beer range somehow lacked the warmth. It's a pub to spend an evening in, and well worthy of any award as the previous reviewer says. You will not be disappointed.|
lad_newton - 28 Apr 2013 11:37
|A candidate for the best pub in Oxford city centre (in the teeth of tough competition) and certainly knocks the disappointing Eagle and Child into a cocked hat. The back room is darker and better with a couple of cosy crannies and the ale selection exemplary - Betty Stoggs is a regular and the house golden ale another treat. Barring snacks, it doesn't really do food which leaves it free to concentrate on the important things - a ginnel is named after it.|
BoehmBawerk - 27 Apr 2013 22:31
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