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People please take my advice: STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE. Very poor service, food quality less than 0, Staff members are stressed, very rude and unprofessional, dirtyness everywhere... Pest control should visit this site more often, does not even deserve 1 star.
And the Manager...More
After waiting 15 minutes to be served we were then told that they could not serve us because one person, who had asked for a glass of water, was Apparently too drunk. That person wasn’t even part of our group we literally just met her...More
Found this pub in Leicester Square and went for a pre theatre drink. It was warm enough to sit outside and watch the world go by so we did. The barman wasn't the friendliest of people....must have been having a bad day.
Been here a few times on previous visits to London, and the place never changes! Still
a cute old English pub in the heart of the city, which serves its customers well.
The last time I was here, I was chasing the Madness Brewing Company’s...More
I go to the Frightfest festival very year and the Prince Charles Cinema around the corner about four times a month, I have passed this pub so many times and I have never ventured into there, but on Sunday I did and what a great...More
We were near Leicester Square on a recent evening and saw The Imperial. We liked the menu and decided to stay for dinner and a beer - 2 meat pies, which came with vegetables and potatoes, and 2 beers. The food was good, but on...More
Food and drinks overall good. The fish and chips is always a good choice. Lovely decor and pleasant service. The ladies toilet is on the second floor after a rather steep set of stairs. Don't miss it !
This is (or was) the 'go to' pub for me and a group of film friends whenever we go to Leicester Square to the cinema. We often meet up here before a film, or in between films at an annual five day film festival. It's...More
The lady behind the bar was lovely and friendly. The pub itself has a good atmosphere. The food is very nice, myself and my mother had the chicken, bacon open sandwich. I liked how we were sat in a traditional pub bang central in Leicester...More
From J Boy of Derby
Good little West End pub just off the Square.
Helpful staff good pint of beer at normal West End prices.
Toilets are upstairs for ladies and downstairs gents so quite a bit of climbing to do.
Pub wasn't to busy...More
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