The Volunteer, Baker Street
What's the point of this pub? Apart from calling here to use the toilets, the answer is that there is none. Why not go to the off-licence and drink in the park.Great toilets
14 Dec 2008 15:14
The Wenlock Arms, Hoxton
Not a bad spot if you really like real ale. Me, I would rather gin and tech
14 Dec 2008 15:06
The Guide Dog, Bevois Valley
great pub, an example to all bidding chefs. a huge success
12 Dec 2008 15:56
The Wargrave Arms, Marylebone
this once fine establishment has slowly been destroyed since the Irish dimension lefted from here over the last two years
12 Dec 2008 15:53
The 3 Lions, Camden
Good pub, not as bad as it first seems from the outside. Good spot for a friendly pint and watching the racing. One of the few pubs in the area full of real people, and not a bunch of pretentious wannabees
6 May 2008 11:59
The Dew Drop, Stratford
This is the one of the finest pubs in the east end. It was much better when Danny was the chef though.
29 Feb 2008 17:57
The Victoria, Tottenham
Nice stella on tap, good Gin and tonics. I like Marvin the barman,
29 Feb 2008 17:44
The Elbow Room, Tottenham
I like the views from here. Good Kronenbourg
29 Feb 2008 17:43
The Brazen Head, Lisson Grove
This is possibly the greatest pub in London. The sport is good and the guys are hot.
29 Feb 2008 17:40
The Railway Hotel, Burgess Hill
29 Feb 2008 17:38
The Elgin, Ladbroke Grove
great spot, good sandwiches
29 Feb 2008 17:36
come back shane
29 Feb 2008 17:32
The Victoria and Albert, Marylebone Station
20 Sep 2007 08:46
The Tyburn, Marble Arch
why would anyone even want to enter this place?
5 Sep 2007 11:15
The Perseverance, Lisson Grove
Full of chavs but not bad
3 Sep 2007 13:19
The Harcourt Arms, Marylebone
3 Sep 2007 13:17
This was a pub but is no longer.
3 Sep 2007 13:16
I have used this place for over 10 years. They serve restaurant quality food here and the beer is good also. Gary is a great fun landlord.
3 Sep 2007 13:15
The Apollo, Marylebone
full of yuppies and pretentious dunces
6 Mar 2007 18:35
The Westbourne, Westbourne Green
only pretentious outsiders use this place. the real people living behind in the estate dont go there anymore and havent for a long time,
18 Jan 2007 16:36
The Cow, Westbourne Green
this is a very trendy pub with really nice food. it used to be a dump many, many years ago. nice for a pub lunch rather than a beer up
18 Jan 2007 16:31
The Black Lion, Bayswater
good Xmas decorations this year, looks nice after refurb, the staff speak only spanish so bring an interperter, good view of hyde park
18 Jan 2007 16:27
The Cleveland Arms, Bayswater
A good regular locals pub, friendly with peanuts, better when Big Aussie Tanya was there.
18 Jan 2007 16:24
The Fountains Abbey, Paddington
Food not bad, good upstairs to watch sport, a great strategic place for downing a few lagers before nipping accross the road to st marys for a tripple by pass and a hysterectomy
18 Jan 2007 16:13
The Heron, Paddington
Nice little pub. Good screens with Sky. Food a tad greasy. Landlady is hip, Nigel a bit square. Fine.
18 Jan 2007 15:55
The Flying Scotsman, Caledonian Road
Fantastic, most beautiful honeys in london
24 Nov 2005 16:49
Lady St Helier, Morden
Full of nutters, pimps, stellaheads, thugs and strange folk.
24 Nov 2005 14:45
The Royal Oak, Stratford
A quaint pub.
24 Nov 2005 14:35
The Essex Arms, Stratford
Not a bad spot
The Bell, Leytonstone
A very traditional pub in the middle of a completely altered neighbourhood. The only really safe and relaxed pub in the area.
24 Nov 2005 14:32
I had a nice feed of goat's feet here, met a lot of friendly kenyans, interesting spot.
24 Nov 2005 14:30
The Sheepwalk, Leytonstone
Good pub with nice food and a friendly Irish landlady.
24 Nov 2005 14:28
The Red Lion, Leytonstone
Full of horibble colonial people
24 Nov 2005 14:26
Father Ted's, Kilburn
done up well but still frequented by a few nutters
22 Sep 2005 17:18
The Redan, Westbourne Grove
a pub in a prominent area, good for meeting up and going elsewhere
22 Sep 2005 17:17
The Gloucester, Knightsbridge
an unusual mix of people, good pub as long as it doesn't get too busy
22 Sep 2005 17:15
The Wilton Arms, Belgravia
A fine pub.
22 Sep 2005 17:12
The Nags Head, Belgravia
A strange pub full of posh drunks in an unusual setting, worth checking out.
The Plumbers Arms, Victoria
the upstairs is quaint, like being in someone's own sitting room, ok pub.
22 Sep 2005 17:09
The Talbot, Belgravia
A great pub.
22 Sep 2005 17:08
The Tea Clipper, Knightsbridge
This pub is very smoke-filled and unpleasant. I wish they would mend the ventilation.
22 Sep 2005 17:07
The Monkey Puzzle, Paddington
good pub, friendly staff and half decent food, good foe sitting out in the summer.
20 Sep 2005 16:02
cheap breakfasts and cheap beer
20 Sep 2005 16:01
The Sir Alexander Fleming, Paddington
this looks like some pub from birmingham or coventry in the 1970s. check out the wallpaper.
20 Sep 2005 16:00
The Duke of York, Marylebone
A great pub to watch sport and let your hair down.
20 Sep 2005 15:50
The Duke of Kendal, Marylebone
Good place for thai food but quite a small pokey spot. Allright for a quick one.
6 Sep 2005 14:11
The Pride of Paddington, Paddington
Great place for a few while waiting to go elsewhere, no smoking area during the day, food and big screen, staffed by humourless south african bar staff.
31 Aug 2005 14:51
The Marylebone Bar and Kitchen, Marylebone
£4 a pint? You're having a laugh, perhaps circa 2010 but a bit expensive nowadays. Full of ponces.
31 Aug 2005 14:44
The Victory, Marylebone
Better than it used to be but still a little shady, there are much better local alternetives.
31 Aug 2005 14:43
The Old English Gentleman, Edgware Road
A bit of a dump, full of dodgy people.
31 Aug 2005 14:41
The Kings Head, Marylebone
A lovely little pub, friendly with good berr and ok steaks, what more could you ask for?
22 Aug 2005 17:01
The Bricklayer's Arms, Marble Arch
Usually closed for most of the week, this pub is a little dull even when it's open.
22 Aug 2005 16:57
The Carpenters Arms, Marble Arch
Not a bad little boozer, decent beer and sky sports, good place for a sunday afternoon.
22 Aug 2005 16:55
The Masons Arms, Marylebone
The beer is awful and the food is a little suspect too. I like the "fire" in the winter. Passers-by seem to call in to use the lavatory making the pub feel like a giant public toilet on a frosty sunday night. Interesting history.
22 Aug 2005 16:54
An very expensive pub to hang out though the beer and service are of a high standard. Oh, the food is home-cooked and pretty good.
22 Aug 2005 16:48
The Larrik, Marylebone
A good afternoon pub, best avoided in the evening, nice enough food and big screen tv. Closed on Saturday for some reason.
22 Aug 2005 16:44
The Beehive, Marylebone
Small and dull, better off going round the corner to the Windsor Castle
22 Aug 2005 16:38
Occo? yeah right. A bit pricey looking and pretentious.
22 Aug 2005 16:34
A trifle boring. It's so bright and quiet that sometimes I wish someone would fart to liven things up. Good value "beer of the week" promotion for £2. A dreadful swedish concoction is also on sale, be warned!
22 Aug 2005 16:31
Windsor Castle, Marylebone
A great pub, full of interesting artifacts makes it feel like drinking in a museum. Great smell of thai food and a pleasant landlady called Irene. Last orders strictly enforced and glasses taken from your hand at 11:19:59p.m so be warned.
22 Aug 2005 16:27
The Globe, Lisson Grove
A good acomodating landlord, clientelle a bit rough. Good spot for a drink while waiting for your fish accross the road.
22 Aug 2005 16:21
What else would you expect at a railway station?
22 Aug 2005 16:19
The Hobgoblin, Marylebone
This once fantastic pub has declined steadily over a five year period. The food is not a patch on how it used to be at the turn of the century, the beer is lousy and often tastes like it has gone off and the bar is often shabby. Still a friendly spot however.
22 Aug 2005 16:18
The Swan and Edgar, Marylebone
A little gem of a place, you can bring your own take-away on a saturday night and watch Match of the Day with the local lagerheads. Very friendly, great jukebox and beer.
22 Aug 2005 16:12
The Allsop Arms, Marylebone
A great pub to watch football but a bit souless to spend the whole evening. The food is overpriced for such average fayre. Beer is ok.
22 Aug 2005 16:10
The Phoenix, Marylebone
A bit of a den of villians. Closed at weekends.
31 May 2005 14:12
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