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Cock and Lion
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Address: 62 Wigmore Street, London, W1U 2SA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 84) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Bond Street (0.2 miles), Oxford Circus (0.4 miles), Marble Arch (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations London Marylebone (0.8 miles), London Paddington (1.2 miles), London Euston (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 36 users)
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user reviews of the Cock and Lion, Bond Street

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Friendly welcome with three or four handpumps offering the usual suspects - Doom Bar, London Pride etc. Ale was well-kept. Offers a basic pub menu, with the food being decent and reasonably priced. 7/10.
wobblybob - 17 Jun 2017 21:16
Interior-wise, very similar to the tiny White Horse on Broad Street in Oxford, albeit without the Morsean paraphernalia. Thronged with black and white photographs of London past for the tourist hordes no doubt, with its rather prosaic ale selection and food menu there's little that makes this establishment stand out from the clutch of nearby pub options.
Komakino - 16 Feb 2015 17:17
A smallish, fairly narrow and traditional pub, in consists of a single bar downstairs and another room upstairs that is perhaps more intended for dining, although there is also a small bar counter here albeit without any cask ale on. There are also a couple of small tables on the pavement at the front.

Downstairs there is carpet on the floor and a part tiled bar counter to the left. A wood and part glazed partition separates off the rear area slightly. There were a number of old black and white photos of London street scenes on the wall, and also a couple of plasmas. A sports fixture list for March was on the wall, suggesting that most major matches are screened. The restaurant area upstairs was deserted on a recent Friday evening visit, which was slightly concerning as everywhere else nearby seemed to be rammed. Here there was another plasma showing a news channel although with no volume, and a number of black and white cricketing photos on the walls. An old wooden fire-place was to one end, but this appeared unused.

The menu consisted of a number of “pub grub” dishes with options such as Cajun Chicken, Hunter’s Chicken, Sausage & Mash, Ham Egg & Chips, etc., and these were mostly priced at around a tenner, although the steak options were considerably more. A Steak & Ale Pie was a very generous portion and very tasty as well, and a Smoked Chicken and Creamy Pepper Pasta was a similarly decent dish and very well received. Quite why it wasn’t busier I’m not sure, although a few more punters had come in by the time we left.

Beers on tap were Doom Bar, Tribute, London Pride and Timothy Taylor Landlord. The solitary cider was Carling which I’ve not come across on draught before.
Blackthorn - 1 Apr 2014 15:58
A nice little boozer that's always pleasant to stop off at to get away from the crowds of oxford street. The bar staff are always friendly and service is good. I don't know what the earlier reviewer is going on about the landlady as she's always been on good form when I've been in. I recommend giving this place a visit for a quick beer or two to get away from those shopping stresses. The food's not bad either, whilst not your gastro, it's good honest pub grub.
AleBeRightBack - 28 Oct 2013 11:43
A nothing pub, indifferent service and Black Sheep bitter £3.90, not very good, not bad enough to take it back, but not good.
rpf1955 - 23 Sep 2013 20:26

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