The Angel in the Fields, Bond Street - pub details
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Brewery: Samuel Smith's
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other pubs nearby:
Golden Eagle, Bond Street (0.0 miles), Conduit of Tybourne, Bond Street (0.0 miles), Coach Makers, Marylebone (0.0 miles), Boswells, Marylebone (0.1 miles), Kings Head, Marylebone (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|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
|The usual Sam Smith's selection yes, but sadly nothing handpulled. Even a pint of easy-drinking OBB is better than nothing! I'm surprised in an increasingly cask-aware beer drinking market that a pub can still offer no real ale and think that's acceptable. I didn't stay once I twigged as I don't particualrly favour Smith's keg or lager offerings. |
Saying that, we were chased by a very eager landlady who wanted to know why we'd walked out. She was very decent about it and seemed keen to engage in feedback as to how she could improve, as she'd only taken over very recently. She admitted the ale problem was poor and was keen to get something in - it'll be OBB of course but that's good enough. We had a nice chat and parted company, but I at least sensed that she had a genuine desire to listen, act and improve - especially because the Angel is actually a fine pub that isn't lacking in character and other worthy features.
Best of luck - watch this space.
TWG - 15 Aug 2012 18:19
|A Sam Smith's pub on the High St with their usual collection of drinks - you'll either like them or not. |
The interior is dark wood panelling with what appeared to be red lino on the floor and some impressive stained glass windows around two walls. I rather liked the pub but not a huge fan of Sam Smith's so only stayed for one.
murgatroyd - 5 Apr 2012 11:07
|The Irish bar man I am pleased to say is still there - A very friendly chap who talked to me about the change in Sam Smiths lager which I did not know about. The main lager going from 4. something percent to 2.8!! Overall though, great bar staff, a "proper" pub, lovely, - friendly staff and great prices - win win win. Visit!!|
Miker1234 - 8 Mar 2012 01:02
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