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The Dog and Duck, Soho - pub details

Dog and Duck
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Address: 18, Bateman St, London, W1D 3AJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5660) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tottenham Court Road (0.2 miles), Leicester Square (0.3 miles), Piccadilly Circus (0.3 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.5 miles), London Waterloo (1.2 miles), London Euston (1.2 miles)

Chain: Nicholson's

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 115 users)
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user reviews of the Dog and Duck, Soho

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Once again, I am up and away in the Orwell room for decent pub food and a chance to gaze down on the mentality of soho, like some sort of judgmental god.

All the good beers are downstairs - so check first before going up - otherwise you will be faced with nicholson pale ales and euro fizz.

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Mappiman - 30 Sep 2016 13:36
Small but perfectly formed. Lovely interior and friendly bar folk. My pint of Pedigree (3.60) was pretty cheap for Soho & was quite good. As usual for me I was there quite early, and found a seat easily. I imagine at peak times it would be body contact drinking.
Queenslander - 7 Oct 2015 01:13
The Orwell room upstairs is an oasis of calm in Soho, but they do expect you to eat there. I find Nicholson's food a bit hit & miss, but it was fine here. Truman Runner on in the upstairs bar which was decent
Wilson_MacDonald - 4 Sep 2015 08:22
Apparently recent changes in management at this pub have changed the atmosphere substantially, in my view for the worse. No longer is this pub one for a few pints and conversation. Instead loud music is constantly playing interspersed with adverts for club nights. The hand pump ale options are now minimal. Another good pub ruined.
jonnyboy122 - 29 Jun 2014 12:36
A street corner pub in the heart of Soho, this has a traditional interior that has probably remained largely unchanged for decades. It consists of a fairly small, single bar downstairs, whilst an ornate signed advertised a “Classic Dining Room” upstairs, although we did not investigate this.

The most interesting feature of the pub is probably the tiled back wall which consists of ornate coloured tiles arranged in to a number of large panels. To the right are a number of large branded mirrors, many advertising old tobacco products. The curved bar counter in one corner has two rows of suspended shelving above for glassware whilst the flooring is dark wood boards and the ceiling a deep red. Seating is minimal due to the size of the pub, with a few tables and chairs at one end and a few high stools around the bar counter. Many people were spilling out on to the street on a recent Saturday evening visit. The gents loo was unusual in that it looked like a small wardrobe in the corner. I didn’t investigate but it was down a couple of steps so presumably went elsewhere!

Beers on tap were London Pride, Liberation Ale, Oatmeal Stout, Balmy Mild, Nicholson’s Real Ale (brewed by St. Austell apparently), Stonehenge Sign of Spring and The Solution from Brains Craft Brewery. The solitary cider was Aspall’s Suffolk.
Blackthorn - 2 Apr 2014 09:45

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