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The Priory, Clerkenwell

Closed, now The Artisan

30 Jan 2012 15:35

The Lord Clyde, Borough

Very nice traditional pub, had lunch here a couple of times recently, food home cooked and very good, particularly like the salt beef sandwich. 5 beers on, the TEA and Pride were both well kept. Worth seeking out.

Oh and @LessThanJake you are reviewing the wrong pub, you were in the Royal Oak on Tabard St where you would have had a pint of Harvey's Kiss and sat at the little table in the corner by the books. Food there is normally great too.

31 Oct 2010 00:40

The George, London Bridge

I have mixed feelings about this pub, have visited many many times and the experience is always a bit hit and miss. If they have good staff on and the beer has been looked after this is a really nice pub with a historic frontage and a very nice courtyard where you can sit and enjoy the sunshine. In winter the front room of the bar is your best bet, they have real fires and a lovely atmosphere. However if the staff are slow as they often are and the beer is not good it can ruin the whole experience. The courtyard is often standing room only especially when a coachload of tourists come in. Never tried the food as it always looks pretty vile. Despite its size it doesn't have much seating inside so it can be a squeeze. Take a chance and try it especially if you have overseas vistors, they usually love it, if everything goes smoothly you'll have a good time there.

10 Jan 2006 16:56

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