Great little boozer. gets busy as previous reviews state. Good beers. Sadly no longer doing toasties.
I do find myself drawn back to this little gem like a duck to water. Arguably London's smallest pub, this jewel in the Shepherd Neame crown is big on atmosphere! The girls behind the Bar are first class, always welcoming with a smile. Though this does have side effects! you tend to stay for another all too often!! Ooh and... More
A tiny local gem in the heart of Victoria/St James Park. Traditional London pub, and possibly the smallest one, like someone's living room. Very popular with locals and office workers. Good luck finding space, but enjoy the local gossip.
My partner and I stumbled on this place after a long walk through the parks. It looks very quaint and charming from the outside, but unfortunately upon walking in one is hit with the stench of pub toilets. The room is so small the smell emanating from the loos takes over. We were extremely thirsty, so decided to buy drinks... More
Is this the best pub in London? Certainly has everything going for it. Great selection of beers and wines. Busy atmosphere. Just a bit on the warm side though!!!. Good place to go after work for a get together
The Cask & Glass is just enchanting: a tiny, fairytale pub on a Westminster street corner, its frontage decked with flowers and greenery, its interior a trip back to the age of wood panelling and well-padded leather upholstery, its atmosphere convivial and welcoming. Sadly, its greatest charms are also its biggest drawbacks: it's so tiny and so irresistible that it's... More
A real draw for anyone looking for good real ale in a pleasant environemtn with good food. Literally hundreds of beers from every part of thw world, with many small breweries and so a constantly changing menu. The focus is on the fbeer, foood and people so no broadvast sport or background music, just conversation and good company
What a surprise in this part of London. Not touristy, not difficult, but friendly, quaint (small) and very pleasant. Aesthetically the place is just about perfect. The only problem is that it's so small that it gets crowded quickly. But no matter, the fun spills onto the sidewalk. The woman behind the bar was extremely helpful in recommending "Colonies" for... More
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