The Tipperary, Fleet Street - pub details
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General information: The oldest Irish pub in London. Look out for the mosaic on the floor.
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Coach and Horses, Fleet Street (0.0 miles), Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, Fleet Street (0.0 miles), King and Keys, Fleet Street (0.0 miles), Harrow, City Of London (0.1 miles), Serjeants, Fleet St (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|The only true pub left on Fleet Street. Always a pleasure. Welcoming, classic, good beer, fine staff.|
5thAugustLeo - 17 Aug 2012 21:14
|I've been going to the pub for four years now. Always a friendly welcome. Always a good pint. An excellent example of a small city pub that does great food as well.|
LondonHawk - 11 Apr 2012 10:06
|This pub is, allegedly merits the the title of the WW1 song "It's a long way to Tipperary"..Bearing in mind the words, "farewell Leicester square" etc...it was a stopping off point for soldiers before taking the long train ride to France (or oblivion, pretty much the same deal!? I am ready to stand corrected....|
harlequin - 1 Feb 2012 13:04
|'Ale' range - Guiness (yawn)... Cider range - Strongbow (double yawn). Price - expensive. 3 pints & 2 packs of pork scratchings £13.90!!|
Go to Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, across the road, instead. Much nicer and 3 pints in this Sam Smiths pub for £7.51. Just duck if you go to sit downstairs, as the ceilings are low!!
Viki247 - 30 Aug 2011 17:04
|Popped in on the say-so of my cousin who'd earmarked it on a crawl he'd dreamt up last Tuesday. A seemingly genuine Irish (not 'Oirish') pub that was friendly and a rare example of a true local in these parts. Service was prompt and welcoming. Shame only one cask ale was offered - and was the ever-ubiquitous Greene King IPA. Nevertheless, it was perfectly well-conditioned and about as good as it gets. This was all the more creditable given that I assume there's little interest in ale given the obvious popularity of a certain Irish stout. I wouldn't come back for the beer, and it does have a lot of competition locally. But, I might consider it for the other positive things if I happened to be in the area. |
TWG - 28 Aug 2011 18:00
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