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Nancy's, Pall Mall [Closed] - pub details

Closed

Previously called: The Two Chairmen

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Address: 1 Warwick House Street, London, SW1Y 5AT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7734) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Piccadilly Circus (0.3 miles), Charing Cross (0.3 miles), Leicester Square (0.3 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.3 miles), London Waterloo (0.8 miles), London Waterloo East (0.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.4/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Two Chairmen, Trafalgar Square (0.0 miles), Albannach, Westminster (0.1 miles), Sports Cafe, Haymarket (0.1 miles), Sir Humphrey Appleby, Whitehall (0.1 miles), Battle of Trafalgar, Trafalgar Square (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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People here seem to be awfully harsh about this pub. It may be a little pricey, but it's right by Trafalgar Square. I think it's a rather pleasant place - beer's been good whenever I've been in, the landlord and landlady are nice, not too crowded. It's a good place to stop off for a drink when you're in the area, IMHO.
unoriginalname38 - 30 Mar 2010 13:03
Ouch, miaoowww

To be fair you do have worse pubs in the area - the Sports Bar and the P&P - and the readers of this web-site all seem to agree on scores for this and the other two. Perhaps there should be a cold souless beer in the evening web site for others.

As for doubles - I guessed the round would be about 15 and was shocked when I was asked for over twenty - the spirit was just judged by eye so could have been single, double or whatever.

But I will have to look in again so you may even get some humble pie.
baggydave - 5 Sep 2009 18:26
This pub is not closed rather renamed as Nancy's. And why not? The previous owners tarnished the name. Here we have a gem: charming and passionate individuals trying to do something different and special, namely entertaining through good quality alcohol and good music and company. The clientel may not be bearded camra devotes, but the ale and wine is top notch and diverse. The landlord may not have a bloated nose and drooping gut but he knows his stuff and is a pleasure to meet. After a few visits everyone know's your name or makes the effort too. This is a new concept, blending old fashioned good-ol-local charms with a classy outlook.

Baggy David.

They may serve doubles without asking; that's because they are NICE. What fool criticises a pub for selling doubles? Were you offended by the fact that the bar staff were attractive and well dressed? The price of a pint is less than most SW postcodes. Flat bitter at lager temperature with no head? Bitter has no head. Unless the stars really did collide, flat and cold is hard to come by. And 'suprisingly empty' at lunch? That's no crime.
bagwell - 29 Oct 2008 22:03
Went there a few years ago and it was baaadddd. Gave it another try on Friday, and it was even worse.
Surprisingly empty at lunchtime, crowded in the evening but only one member of staff on at both times.

Was shocked at the price of a round, as they had given doubles (unmetered) without confirming. Ho ho weights and measures he we come.

But the biggest crime was selling flat bitter, at the temperature of lager, with no head (not that it could have held one anyway).

Sorry nothing good to say about this place. Harp and the Ship and Shovel are less than ten minutes away, go to one of these places, or anywhere down Whitehall, or anywhere else full stop.
baggydave - 31 Aug 2008 22:56
Now called "Nancy's" and seems confused about what it's trying to be...somehow it doesn't quite work. Plus points were very friendly and nice barman, negatives were the extortionate prices (4.65 for a small glass of wine), faceless decor and inane quotes on the walls.
Hockers - 23 Jul 2008 09:26

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