The Blue Posts, Piccadilly - pub details
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- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
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|One of the several billion Blue Posts pubs in the part of the world, and maybe the best. Friendly staff and reasonably priced beer, my pint of Truman's Runner was 3.95 compared to 4.65 at the nearby Golden Lion. Though an edgy, hipster looking place the customers on my visit were traditional tourist/shopper demographic & all appeared happy. Good pub.|
Queenslander - 7 Oct 2015 23:57
|A small friendly traditional pub just away from the bustle of Shaftesbury Ave. Well kept cask ales at reasonable prices (for London!). Possibly the best pub in the area; worth a visit!|
alexw - 8 Sep 2015 18:02
|A nice little pub with an entrance tucked away up a passage. Cosy and busy. The beers on offer were Landlord (which was excellent), London Pride and Truman Runner.|
Well worth seeking out just don't expect a seat as there aren't many available!
outtamehead - 5 Apr 2015 14:57
|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
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