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Address: Southwark Street, Borough Market, London Bridge, London, SE1 1TL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5844) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations London Bridge (0.2 miles), Borough (0.4 miles), Monument (0.5 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Bank (0.6 miles), Tower Gateway (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations London Bridge (0.2 miles), Cannon Street (0.5 miles), Fenchurch Street (0.7 miles)

General information: Only open on Fridays and Saturdays.

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 15 users)
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user reviews of Utobeer, Borough Market

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<em>This isn't a pub, it's an offy. Ginger geezer is no more ruder than Norman. Fine selection of beers, he knows his stuff, what more do you want? Give the guy a break or go back to whatever sad boozer you hang out in.
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I am the person you referred to in the post above with my old user name - I don't think that anyone said it was a pub so I'm not sure what your point is? I've been buying beers at Utobeer for years and spent a fortune thanks so I don't really need you telling me to "go back to whatever sad boozer you hang out in" - who made you king of the boards? I was just making a point about the guys rudeness - I seriously don't think that when you are spending 60+ on a few bottles of beer (which I do frequently), while everyone else around you is taking pics of the shelves a bit of pleasant customer service is too much to ask.


iheartcupcakes - 27 Oct 2009 23:16
Not normally my sort of place (a bit bright and soulless) but u cant argue with the range of continental beers.....well worth a stop in a wheatsheaf/george/market porter crawl.
mozzzzzz - 20 Apr 2009 13:21
I would like to thank Blondini for the recent posting. It`s nice to see someone,post a well balanced, truthful opinion.I work for Utobeer at Borough market. (I am not the owner).I had a long chat with Chris Thomas from RealAle.Com at the G.B.B.F trade session. (I`ve known Chris since I was Head Brewer at Twickenham fine Ales).We swopped stories about the wants & preferences of our customers.It`s good to know when we get it right!So Blondini,enjoy your Jacobite Ale & I look forward to serving you soon.
EddieBaines - 28 Aug 2008 09:27
This isn't a pub, it's an offy. Ginger geezer is no more ruder than Norman. Fine selection of beers, he knows his stuff, what more do you want? Give the guy a break or go back to whatever sad boozer you hang out in. Repeat, not a pub but a great place that sells a great range of bottled beers. Go to the Globe, or the Wheatsheaf, or the Market Porter, or the Rake, all excellent drinking holes, this area is loaded with good pubs with good beer, possibly the only reason to cross over the river. Drinking Traquair Jacobite Ale bought from here while writing this. Tops!
blondini - 8 Aug 2008 21:51
Robnest - thanks for re-affirming that for me- I realise that not everyone is a happy go lucky kinda person but if your'e in a customer service profession I do think being civil makes a lot of difference. A little smile goes a long way!

Mitomighty - thanks for the tip re Nelsons - I dont want happyclappy service, if I did I'd go to the Disney Store - I'd just like people to be civil is all. As my mother used to say "Treat others as you'd expect to be treated" - maybe I'm just too polite for todays society and should just grunt lots instead of being pleasant and smiling!! Or just go to the Real Ale shop in Richmond - lovely, friendly, old-fashioned service with a smile :)
ickleprincess - 13 Dec 2006 14:18

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