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Username: pieandpint

Age: 40

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Ship, Monument

Not good. A provincial pub in the City in the worst sense of the word. Average inside, average beer, average clientele. Did not like being swept down from the 1st floor at 930 table by table and calling last orders at 1030 on a Friday. What a joke. Plenty of much better pubs hidden around the City.

20 Mar 2010 10:55

The Three Greyhounds, Soho

Just a good old place. Great beers, friendly staff, good enough chow. Busy but could get a seat. Mixed crowd. Nothing especially striking but just simply nothing wrong as well. Well worth a look.

8 Feb 2007 15:58

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Fleet Street

This place is steeped in history - sup where luminaries like Dickens and Johnson used to while away the hours. Fantastic higgledy-piggledy layout although the furniture and fittings do belie a slight lack of sympathy for the surroundings. In terms of drinks stay clear of the own brand spirits and mixers and (someone else's) wine I tasted had a somewhat eggy nose... This is a beer drinkers pub and the Sammy Smiths bitters and lagers are good news. In Yorkshire Sam Smiths is much maligned for being pish but in London few places know how to pour a proper bitter and Samuel Smiths places usually do.

8 Feb 2007 15:45

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