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Milfords, Temple - pub details

Previously called: Edinburgh Tavern

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Address: 1 Milford Lane, London, WC2R 3LL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 727) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Temple (0.1 miles), Blackfriars (0.4 miles), Chancery Lane (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations City Thameslink (0.4 miles), Blackfriars (0.5 miles), London Waterloo East (0.6 miles)

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Small single room bar (with an upstairs to which I did not venture) seemingly mostly populated by members of the legal profession. Indeed one could easily imagine Rumpole at a corner table with a bottle of claret and lighting one of his small cigars (at least before the smoking ban).

Seating was limited but comfortable although the beer selection (Bombardier and GKIPA) was uninspiring. Ok for a drink but not one to make a special effort for.
murgatroyd - 9 Nov 2009 16:21
I've worked pretty near for years but until recently had never bothered going in, put off by the fairly gloomy black-painted frontage, I think. Inside, it's rather better than that: I didn't go upstairs, but the street-level bar was compact and tidy (albeit with one or two odd posters about - one side of the bar was labelled somebody's "VIP Corner"!) Generally, this is a fairly old-school place of a kind disappearing in the City - it reminded me of something like the Blue Anchor off Chancery Lane. The landlord was again of the old school: very friendly and helpful. I noted two ales on, albeit only GK IPA and Bombardier's. The food looked very basic - no proper menus, merely a few basic options ("ham roll" etc.) scrawled on a chalkboard. Slightly odd as you'd imagine lunchtime is a key moneymaker for bars around here.
grecian - 3 Jun 2009 13:52
Small-ish pub at street level, but with an upstairs bar which seemed to be more popular given the number of people venturing up the stairs (although I didn't have the time to do this myself). Nice pint of St Austell Tribute, and two other real ales on.
rpadam - 13 Feb 2008 00:11
cracking little pub, redecorated,new lighting,toilets retiled,and more to come.Food very good.English menu,English staff hoorah.
anonymous - 14 Oct 2006 15:22
A great little pub.
Very small but the couple running the pub are extremely friendly and accomodating.
Always a good place to get a seat and always served fast.

plectrumknight - 12 Oct 2006 22:47

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