Mulligans of Mayfair, Mayfair - pub details
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|Hard to know what to make of this pub on a quiet street between Savile Row and Bond St. Most of the rest of the street is given over to art galleries so that might dictate where the customers come from.|
The sign outside advertises the place as an Oyster Bar and Restaurant so make of that what you will. On entering I found that is a Balls Brothers with an Irish angle so drinks emphasis is on Guinness, wine and Irish whiskey rather than beer. Other than the impressive array of Guinness taps the only other offering on tap was Pilsner Urquell. Nothing here for the ale drinker. As I hate Guinness I opted for the Pilsner even though it is not really a favourite.
The ambience in here was more of a restaurant and there is a downstairs area for dining. If you re looking for a pub there are better places in the area altough given where it is the place probably does well knocking out wine and food.
murgatroyd - 9 Nov 2010 22:46
|Absolutely stunning Guinness, best to be had in London, from the eight taps on the bar. Completely worth the fact that its probably also the most expensive Guinness in London. Just a pity its not open at the weekends. |
ricorazzo - 11 Jun 2009 22:59
|Iím not a fan of Guinness and the couple of pints that I had in here last week were my first for 15 years. I loved them and could have stayed all afternoon and my mates who are Guinness drinkers agreed with me. There are 8 Guinness pumps and plenty of bottles of champagne and wine available. There is also a sign behind the bar boasting that they stock every brand of Irish whiskey.|
I visited during the afternoon so it wasnít that busy; although one of my friends who had been before commented that it does get very busy during the late afternoon/early evening. The place is quite small so this was of no surprise to me.
There is a big old TV up on the wall that was showing the cricket and we were winning making this a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon.
Strongers - 18 Dec 2008 08:00
|I went here with a couple of female Russian friends and my girlfriend because we had been at a friends in Mayfair. The place was packed with city boys and only one table of normal looking people. The bar was very busy - everybody paying with credit cards and only two staff meant I had to wait about 15 minutes to get served... meanwhile my friends were being constantly hassled by city boys chatting them up and asking for their numbers. My friends were so annoyed we left after one drink. As we left a couple of city workers were snogging on stools by the window. The beer was nice the punters are the lowest of the low. |
JohnSpedding - 12 May 2007 17:02
|Top Irish bar - full of Mayfair slappers. Real handful with all the munters around but you got to take the good, the bad and the ugly.|
Chav_man - 3 May 2007 15:59
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