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Address: 11 Telegraph Street, London, EC2R 7AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6217) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Bank (0.2 miles), Moorgate (0.2 miles), Liverpool Street (0.3 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Bank (0.2 miles), Tower Gateway (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Moorgate (0.2 miles), Cannon Street (0.3 miles), London Liverpool Street (0.4 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 21 users)
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The Telegraph is more restaurant than pub: it's obviously aimed at the City lunch trade, and does it very well.
Have visited four times in past six months and found service at bar and tables very good: they probably assume you only have an hour to spend. Food a cut above the average pub fare and priced accordingly. Beer seemed a little pricey but it is a City Pub after all !
Yes, it's quite "echoey" due to the décor: not a place to take someone else's wife for a quiet tete a tete.
There are certainly better "pubs" in the area, but it's an excellent place to have lunch
Jimdee - 24 Nov 2012 16:28
Banker central this one, but as a Fullers pub at least you could get a decent beer, and the service was reasonably good as well for a city pub..
TheGP - 6 Jun 2012 12:47
" Haven't been here for a couple of years, but went twice in December for Christmas parties. Ale was well kept and service good considering we were not easy customers. Didn't eat, but will go in the New Year as menu looked good and chefs on display in an open kitchen. "
Norton.77 - 29 Dec 2010 14:03
There are a number of excellent Fullers pubs in The City but unfortunately this is not one of them. My first visit last night and I shall not be returning. It's a single large room that seems designed to echo noise back and forth, and is surprisingly charaterless for a Fullers. Draft beer selection was a little disappointing with only Pride, Discovery and Chiswick on tap and, surpisingly, no bottled Honey Dew when I enquired. Ordered food which was expensive even by City standards - £10.25 for a distinctly average burger and chips. Service at the bar was slow and disinterested even though it wasn't particularly busy. There are a lot of far superior pubs in this area much more deserving of a visit.
Pentargo - 23 Dec 2009 10:11
Yes it's dull and featureless, but it's a good alternative if you are looking for somewhere you can find a seat and have a chat without having to shout over the music. [Dr Butlers Head is nearby but can be full, and Gable is too noisy]
harryb888 - 2 Dec 2009 15:48

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