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The White Horse Inn, Kings Meaburn

A traditional local pub in a small village off the beaten track. It looks to have been a house with rooms knocked through to make the saloon. With a roaring fire in the winter you always feel a little like you've walked into someone's living room with a small bar built in the corner.

Although it's very much a local's pub there's never any feeling of being unwelcome as you can get in some places. Normally 2 or 3 different, usually local, well kept guest ales to choose from. Food is normally served Thursday, Friday, Saturday only and is from a generous 'home cooked' no nonsense menu.

Highly recommended

24 Jun 2011 15:46

The Chandos, Trafalgar Square

Well these reviews seem to fall into two distinct camps. I'm afraid I'm with those who say it's a little bland and characterless. (That description includes the service as well!) A big, open bar gives it a bit of a Wetherspoons feeling and I may just have been unlucky but on the day I visited it had a slighly strange smell. Not a big Sam Smith's fan either so just stayed for one and wouldn't rush back, plenty of better pubs nearby.

24 Jun 2011 15:10

The Salisbury, Leicester Square

A little gem tucked away not far from the tourist drag of Leicester Square. Lots of original fittings from its time as a Victorian gin palace and quirky theatre related posters forming a collage on the stairs.

Been here a couple of times and its always been clean and with a decent selection of well kept ales. Doom Bar and Tribute both seem to be regulars.

Has a good buzz as befits its position in the middle of Theatreland but never seen it so busy it wasn't possible to get a seat reasonably quickly. Never tried the food but looks like pretty standard pub fare.

24 Jun 2011 14:50

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