The Lord Raglan, St Pauls - pub details
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Chain: T&J Bernard
- Sky TV
- Fruit machines, Quiz machines (Multi, Golden Tee), Table football
- Food served, Real ale
- Smoking area
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|This is a great pub, one of London's finest!!!|
I often take the lads in my team round here for a full-on drinking session as my reward to them.
Its a great pub, well ran, and reasonably priced. It might not be in the same league as the Mayfair haunts that I take the wife to at the weekend but its a great spot for me to tell my tales to the boys who work for me.
Great food too. Remember and say hello to wee Betty if you see her eating. Usually in about 3pm on Thursdays for lunch. A lovely lady.
Some day I'll buy this place and make it my own.
RolexDaytona - 7 Jun 2012 23:34
|Not bad, good location for us city bhoys. Nice place to just leave the black Amex card behind the bar and get wasted.|
JohnnyMarr - 7 Jun 2012 21:26
|My sister and I visited today at lunchtime. We went upstairs, where there was plenty of room and had a lovely steak meal and cholate pudding. The portions were large and it was a really delicious meal. The two staff were really friendly and helpful. We were very glad we chose this pub.|
Brandysnap - 13 Apr 2012 18:52
|good beer, decent food, welcoming staff|
kevinbacon - 29 May 2011 22:10
|In fairness to the Raglan, it has improved in the last couple of years. They've stopped booking out every spare corner on a Thursday night. It used to be that if you arrived at 9pm, 80% of the space held a scattering of people left over from parties which started at 5, while most of the customers were crammed into the bar area. The beer and wine are okay and we've had polite (if not totally reactive) responses to our requests to turn the music down once the pub's emptied out. There are much better pubs within 5 minutes' walk, but if you can't persuade your friends or colleagues to walk 5 minutes, it's not as terrible as it used to be.|
KathS - 5 Apr 2011 15:01
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