The Leicester Arms is a traditional British pub with an upstairs dining room. Our range of drinks includes cask ale and an extensive wine list as well as a great range of soft drinks and coffees.
With fabulous British food to accompany our drinks, our pub food is freshly prepared. We also offer a range of sandwiches and jacket potatoes.
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Venue Details & Map
44 Glasshouse StreetPiccadillyLondonW1B 5DP
- +44 (0)20 7734 7641
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Terrible service. Sunday breakfast and the staff were grumpy. Service was slow. Wrong items delivered to the table. Full English breakfasts served without bacon.more
beers on tap. The staff are fast at the bar but lack the friendly touch you expect when your are paying these price's.
I am with 8 of my work colleagues and have gone out for a lunch time meal. We have had to wait for ages for the food and when it came, half have had to go back as they where cold. The gravy is very lumpy and not a good flavour.
The menu is very simple and should be good. I...more
Solid if uninspiring pub just off Regents Street and near to Piccadilly Circus. It seemed to be the least packed of the pubs in that area, which can be an attraction if you want to sit down. A couple of cask ales as well as the usual suspects. Food looked ok though didn't try it. Would visit again. friendly service. There are two upstairs floors (stairs really steep so watch that pint). I went...more
Very nice and clean! Great place to get out of the rain. Definitely better to eat upstairs. My son loved the venison pie and, after eating, said this was the best restaurant in London so far. Sunday roast was good, fish and chips good, too. (The Hunters chicken and cole slaw was inedible, though.) Waiter boy upstairs was really sweet.more
Monopoly Pub Crawl - Stop #23 - Vine Street (Orange)
We were so close to the end, we could taste it and the pubs were coming fast & dirty (or maybe we were just dirty). There was no time to rest and Grant's Tom pushed us steadily onward. So we crashed into the Leicester Arms on Glasshouse St. Now there isn't anything wrong with the Leicester Arms and in fact it's a alright place for a pint or...more