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Bootys
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Address: 92 Narrow Street, London, E14 8BP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3240) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Canary Wharf (0.6 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Westferry (0.3 miles), Limehouse (0.4 miles), West India Quay (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Limehouse (0.5 miles), Bethnal Green (1.7 miles), South Bermondsey (1.7 miles)

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Permanently closed as of march 2012
RedorDead - 14 Mar 2012 17:12
A bit like being in a cave (sprayed with some concrete artexy stuff inside). But nice enough and we stayed for another.
baggydave - 5 Apr 2011 10:44
I will not head back to this pub again. After walking in and asking for a pint of London Pride and being charged the money, I handed over the money. Whilst the lady was opening the till I asked if the pub was still serving food to which she said 'yes' and that I should sit down and she would bring my drink over (although it was poured and within reaching distance on the bar). She handed my five pound note back and said she would hand me a bill at the end. A bit puzzled that I couldnt take my drink I sat all of three yards from the bar. She walked the three yards with my drink. after eating an very average meal I asked for the bill and wasnt best pleased when I saw the 10% service charge. Looking back the lady seemed very keen to put my pint on the tab hence costing me an extra 40p!! Never again
hammerjames - 5 Aug 2010 12:55
Regarding the food I agree with the last 3 lines of Lettonie's comment 18/08/09, but didn't find it unfriendly. The food was rubbish. Ploughmans with tiny bits of cheese and thin sliced white bread! The chicken burrito was microwaved rubbery and soggy. The ham and leek pie was tiny, about 4" x 2" and also soggy pastry as that too had been microwaved. When will people learn you don't microwave this kind of food! - Also, the white wine was warm. A total waste of money, and as a bar, they have the audacity to add 10% service charge! I too would say...Avoid.... unless you are desaparate for a drink and want to see the river through windows that need cleaning.
kjsmt - 13 Apr 2010 16:01

This has to be the unfriendliest pub I've ever visited since coming to London - which is saying something. The staff barely look up as you walk in, eventually serve you in a bored, contemptuous fashion, and generally make you feel uncomfortable if you are not a regular. They had some Sunday papers next to the bar, clearly out on display - I went to get one, and a large man working there, who I think was the manager, actually grabbed it back and told me that they were his, and he was about to take them away (? - at 4pm in the afternoon?) The tables are decked with sad wilting bunches of carnations, the food is microwaved rubbish (had a rubbery tasteless chicken burrito here about a year ago) and the toilets less than clean. A real shame, as it's got bags of character and could be something special in the right hands. We couldn't wait to leave! Avoid.
Lettonie - 18 Aug 2009 17:55

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