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Jump in my car!

On Knight Rider Street. With signed pictures of the Hoff.

It's alright.
terenced - 31 Mar 2014 09:29
What a lovely pub!!! I spent an inspiring evening here with my lover, sat outside under the magical St Pauls on a hot summers eve. The staff where so friendly and informative on the history of ye ole pub. Prices where excellent for food and booze-nice range too. The inside of the pub was beautiful, dark wood and little booths for privacy. It would be nice to see a modern twist on the usual pub grug, however their potato mash range is fantastic. look forward to stopping in soon
londonlala - 31 May 2012 19:38
Stopped in this weekend and found the beer only fair, the staff even less so. The woman behind the bar was too busy doing nothing that she couldn't be bothered topping off my pint and charged me 3.60 for the privelege. They won't see me here again.
fr21555 - 20 Feb 2012 02:46
Can't believe this place got decent reviews!! After trekking across the millenium bridge towards St Pauls on our visit to London we came across what seemed an old english pub, a treat for our weary feet & dry mouths.

It was a huge dissapointment! The food was terrible, stale bread, all fried, just disgusting, the beer was flat, most of the staff were polish (no offence you just expected some proper british characters in a pub as old as this), all except the owner, a course del boy type, orange & covered in cheap gold jewellery, made his rounds presumably to make us feel at home? Word of advice, dont scare your guests off John!

I then made the mistake of venturing to the toliets, having made a slightly wrong turn i ended up in the kitchen, were firstly i saw a dead mouse by the door, and then having just eaten from there had the misfortune of seeing for myself the dirty greasey surroundings my lunch had been produced in, making a sharp turn around i made my way into the toilets, an even bigger mistake, but having seen the kitchen i wasn't surprised what i was greeted with in the loos.

My advice? Keep walking, your not that desperate! If you keep going straight to st pauls and take a left there are various establishmnets you'll be glad you visited if only you waited 5 more minutes!!!

kevinbacon - 10 May 2011 15:44
Takes ages to get your food on a lunchtime but of an evening can be very pleasent
RiseburyCrisis - 14 Dec 2009 12:44
Usually full of tourists who've crossed the Millennium bridge en route to St Paul's Cathedral.

as_johnson - 2 Sep 2009 13:04
A good little backstreet pub away from the busy 'shaky bridge' needed a pint after a long treck from Westminster and this was a decent little stop, sat outside where there were a few tables (no beer garden) admiring the view, bearing in mind it was a hot summers afternoon the view was rather nice!
ToxtethOGrady - 5 May 2009 17:48
So many staff , yet such slow service .Never ready for 12 0'clock ,and such attitude from the staff when try to explain you have one hour for lunch.
Avoid at all cost.
neilwebby - 29 Jul 2008 10:32
Dropped in for a pint when I saw I was passing Knightrider Street. (Just have to find A-Team Avenue now) Cosy enough interior with some tables in booths, also looks slightly regency in style, but I suspect its not. Reminded me a bit of Mrs Miggins pie shop from Blackadder, although as Id already had a couple by then the reality might be slightly different.
Beer was acceptable, if not cheap.

mrse1 - 25 Feb 2008 09:33
This is a pretty run-of-the-mill pub. The service can be pretty slow and the last time I went in I ended up leaving as it was taking so long. It is a great location and the view of St Pauls walking up towards the pub from the Millennium Bridge is fantastic.

The lager is good and the pub is clean, although it does seem strange going to the bar to order food and having to say that you are sitting in Trap 1!

I always pop in when Im in the area as it is on Knightrider Street and Im really sad!
Strongers - 19 Jun 2007 10:45
Wasn't very impressed by the decor in this pub. The house white left a lot to be desired too. Other than that, not a bad pub
jenrob - 25 Apr 2007 16:18
Found this on a Saturday lunchtime. Good sized portions and the food was of a good pub standard. Also the proces were very reasonable considering its City location.
Zod - 19 Jan 2007 11:21
Lovely great atmosphere definately worth a visit if your around st pauls!
anonymous - 6 Nov 2006 19:42
Chock full of Scandinavian lawyers on most Friday nights (is their office nearby?!?). One bloke from outside Bergen got so pissed that he tried to hit on the Polish bar maid and got a quick kick to the crotch for his lame efforts. Way to go girl!
BeerBlaster - 5 Apr 2006 17:33
Under new management and while the food still leaves much to be desired, the service is better than before and the managers are making a real effort to improve. Good selection of bottled beers including some odd ones from Poland and/or Russia.
BeerBlaster - 5 Apr 2006 16:15
Went for lunch to watch the cricket; nice big projector screen and they were happy to turn the sound up for us. Food is average pub fare, despite claims to the contrary on the board outside. Fantastic location and is a great looking place though; it has definite potential, if anyone would care to take it over and sort it out...
gourmand - 25 Aug 2005 16:14
Nice place, suprised there was no tourists in there. Spent an hour or so watching the tennis. The staff were freindly, normal pub grub and standerd drinks.
anonymous - 29 Jun 2005 01:03
Still a nice pub to go to for a pint, but unfortunately I think the chef has moved on as they no longer do the decent Thai food (just the usual pinged pub grub).
pnorton - 8 Mar 2005 11:47
A great place to go - still good beer & Thai food. Had our dept xmas do in the downstairs area - staff really looked after us, had great food, a great time and it wasn't that expensive (despite getting through 6 bottles of champagne).
pnorton - 13 Jan 2005 11:43
Good beer, great Thai food available til late in the evening and friendly staff. Slightly off the beaten track so usually not too crowded in the evenings. Mainly regulars who work nearby. Big screen with Sky Digital too.
Wayne - 29 Jan 2004 12:43

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