The Blue Posts, Piccadilly - pub details
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|Returned back here with the other half last week. I make this a regular stop whenever I am in town now and I am never disappointed.|
A lot busier on this occasion (even for a midweek!) but it is December and I think there were quite a few people there on Xmas nights out.
Guinness is always good, bar staff always friendly.
I always think a seat at the bar in the corner is a great place to sit as you can just watch the customers go by. Will always reccomend.
Miker1234 - 20 Dec 2014 19:56
|Entrance is hidden away down a passage way, so explains why it isn't as rammed as other boozers in the area at peak times - seating area upstairs was relatively quiet.|
Two ales on when we arrived - Summer Lightning and London Pride - and then switched to the Truman's beer when that came on.
Over £4 a pint, so London prices, but definitely a better choice than many of the other boozers in the immediate vicinity.
duchyjim - 16 Jun 2014 08:52
|Nothing special, It's ok to spend an hour in..Inoffensive little pub.|
mont62y - 28 Feb 2014 15:55
|A popular pub just a short stroll from Leicester Square, it’s a traditional street corner boozer that was full to capacity on a recent Thursday evening visit, with little standing room never mind anywhere to sit. The barman was unusual being of Oriental extraction and having a Mohican haircut and lots of body piercings (not that any of those are especially unusual in themselves, but it’s an unusual combination).|
The main bar area has old wooden boards on the floor and a continuous run of windows that run along two sides right around the corner. There are a few tables and chairs around the perimeter and some high stools at the bar, but otherwise seating options are fairly limited. Plenty of wooden shelves and an old brick arch formed a backdrop to the bar and there was a large mirror at one end. I believe there may have been further seating upstairs, although we did not investigate this.
The menu looked to be a typical “pub grub” affair with various jackets, omelettes and salads to choose from as well as a good selection of sandwiches. Most of the mains were around the £5 - £6 mark which seems reasonable given the location, but we didn’t sample anything so can’t comment on the quality.
Beers on tap were a little disappointing with just Summer Lightning and London Pride. A further two pumps were unused. Ciders fared slightly better, although the choice was still fairly uninspiring - Strongbow, Magners Golden Draught and Symonds Founders Reserve.
Blackthorn - 19 Feb 2013 22:46
|I intended to come to the pub for a pint with friends but ended up staying and having about 3 or 4.|
I havent been in here for a few years but nothing seems to have changed - Staff are friendly, beer is good and dare I say it not too over priced for the area (£4.10 for a Guinness).
Will definitely be returning in a few weeks when I may sample the food!
Miker1234 - 19 Jan 2013 00:28
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