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The Masons Arms, Teddington

Still a fine house. Building work is currently underway in the gents (sort of a one-in-one-out system), but the beers are fine and it's an oasis of calm as the jukie is rarely loud and it never really gets that busy. Still recommended.

17 Oct 2010 18:26

Waxy O'Connors, Piccadilly

It's a big, multi-roomed/levelled place with v.loud music, packed to the gunwells with young people and tourists of a standard Saturday night. The beer range? Well, standard lagers, Caffrey's (uck), Guinness as you'd expect etc but it's not what I'd call a proper Irish boozer as it doesn't seem to have any character, the place is too busy and impersonal to be friendly and I can't imagine anyone having the craic here without being thrown out for being rowdy. A tourist's idea of what an Irish pub is.

17 Oct 2010 18:22

The Ship, Soho

This is quite a place. Wandering along Wardour Street in search of a traditional boozer with friends, I chanced upon The Ship. Whilst loud Dead Kennedys ("Kill, kill, kill the poor!") and an interior with very few free seats available isn't my cup of tea, it has great character. The service was prompt and polite even though it was busy and, being a Fuller's pub, there's a fair range of ale on although quite a lot of the draught didn't seem to be on (clips turned round).

17 Oct 2010 18:08

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