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The Angel in the Fields, Bond Street - pub details

Angel in the Fields
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Address: 37 Thayer St, London, W1U 2QU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 80) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Bond Street (0.3 miles), Baker Street (0.4 miles), Regent's Park (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Marylebone (0.7 miles), London Paddington (1.1 miles), London Euston (1.2 miles)

Brewery: Samuel Smith's

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 48 users)
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user reviews of the Angel in the Fields, Bond Street

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Another beautiful Sam Smith's pub, and like many others, nearly deserted on a Saturday afternoon, even though well located for passing trade. The barman told his (few) customers the story of the stained glass, apparently destined for destruction. Thank goodness they were saved, as the sunlight filtering through made the pub very, er, angelic. Nice pint of OBB (2.90) & good service.
Queenslander - 18 Oct 2015 22:37
A traditional Sam Smith’s pub on the Marylebone High Street, it consists of a single downstairs room with dark wood panelling on much of the walls and another room upstairs although we did not investigate this. Food is offered here apparently, but we did not check the menu.

The pub sits on a corner plot, but the side road is not quite a right angle, and consequently the bar has a slight wedge shape to it. Stained glass windows are on two sides which is an attractive feature, and this together with the wood panelling and dark brown paint on the ceiling lends it a traditional Victorian ambience, although the red lino like floor covering could perhaps be improved. A small bay window is an unusual feature between the stairs and the bar. A fire-place was at the rear, although whether this is still in use I am unsure and there was a darts board in one corner.

Beers on tap were the usual somewhat uninspiring keg range from Sam Smith’s and consisted of their Old Brewery Bitter and Sovereign. The solitary cider was also their own Reserve.
Blackthorn - 1 Apr 2014 17:18
Had some drinks with old workmates last Wednesday. Very pleasantly surprised at how good the place was. Would recommend for drinks, but don't know about food as none was available.
mjbea1 - 13 Dec 2013 22:59
Continuing my Angelic crawl this was the most enjoyable visited. Very pleasant barmaid, good mix of clientele. Cheap Sam Smiths prices? Pull the other one! Bottles are over £5, but of course Taddy Porter is worth it. Well worth visiting for the proper pub experience, only the Golden Eagle can compete in this area.
TiaMariaJim - 19 Apr 2013 18:27
It is Sam Smith's but it is a great looking pub and great for a pint and good food. It won't win any Michelin Stars but is tasty and good value.
franky666 - 27 Feb 2013 14:28

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