The Bree Louise, Euston - pub details
Previously called: Jolly Gardeners
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|As far as we are aware, sadly not.|
kazzcraz - 19 Apr 2013 14:00
|does anyone know if todays news on change of plans for HS2 platforms/track in euston station mean the bree louise will be saved?|
CHELSEA_on_tour - 19 Apr 2013 10:02
|Superb pies. That shouldn't be the first thing to remark on with this renowned pub but after my virgin visit earlier this month, it is. The beer was just OK, nothing special. A chocolate orange beer was pretty vile (yes, I know, I know - why order it in the first place? Curiosity). The Powerhouse was better but a tad warm. The staff were a mix of the usual London sulky, curt and scruffy types employed by an owner who believes 'aloof' bar-staff to be the new cool. It isn't - it really isn't. But those pies - very nice. |
This is the sort of pub that the Craft-type artisan places are putting out of business because they do it so much better.
pkrpmusic - 21 Mar 2013 13:18
|You get the impression that a pub which once enjoyed a great reputation has been resting on its laurels resulting in it becoming somewhat shabby.|
As has already been noted, the beer quality varies greatly and what really annoys me is that it is simply too warm.
The casks are subject to far too much ambient heat and the beer quality suffers as a result.
I have been there on a number of occasions and it is starting to look and feel a bit run down.
There is an unpleasant smell of stale ale and dirty feet that could be cleared away with the carpet and a damn good clean.
It is always stuffy and can get noisy so is not a place to relax.
If you took away the ale selection you wouldn’t give it any more than 2/10.
JonnyConsumer - 26 Feb 2013 13:22
|Unfortunately, the beer quality is very hit and miss. Around a dozen or so beers on and on a good day, the beer can be very good, but on a bad day, it's pretty dreadful. Worse than that, the barmaid advised me the beer was flat 'because it's served from the cask' - with that level of knowledge and expertise, it's a wonder they have any 'good days' at all. Really needs to get it's act together and sort the beer out. |
halfabitterman - 24 Feb 2013 11:24
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