This Bloomsbury gastro pub is the second venue from Scott Hunter and Maria Larsen, owners of the acclaimed Princess of Shoreditch.
There's a selection of English ales on tap, as well as Nytimber English wines.
In the first-floor dining rooms, you can enjoy the best of old and new British cooking from head chef Shaun O'Rouke.
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The Lady Ottoline
11A Northington StreetKing's CrossLondonWC1N 2JF
- +44 (0)20 7831 0008
The fish and chips. I'll NEVER get over it. It was one big piece of battered Hake, served with what seemed like twice fried chips. Best fish and chips I've ever tasted! I'm not even the one who ordered it, but that one bite was the best bite of the evening.
I ordered the lamb chop with a savory wine sauce, served with rocket (aka arugula) and roasted squash - tasty!
It's also the first...more
Had a lovely Sunday dinner at The Lady Ottoline, Sunday roast was delicious, perfect with Yorkshire pudding, very crispy duck fat baked potatoes and greens; equally good vegetarian dish for my girlfriend, Gnocchi with mushrooms, beet root, horseradish and other vegetables. A bit on the pricey side to be sure, as most "original" gastropubs appear to be. Beer selection good to our taste, three...more
Happened in on a Sunday and was able to get a small table next to the door. My wife ordered the Beef & Yorkshire pudding and I had the Pork Belly & Yorkshire pudding. Both were absolutely fabulous and the roasted potatoes were perfect!!
If you have the opportunity to stop in on a Sunday make sure to make reservations if you have anything more than 2, and take your time, it's a leisurely...more
I have actually been to the Lady Ottoline twice, and couldn't figure out what it was called the first time, so wasn't able to review it. Now though, I've had two lovely experiences in this locals-only pub, and it's a brilliant place to have a pint after class, being just down the road from campus.
Like I mentioned, it's more of a local's place, featuring afternoon suits from Gray's Inn...more
A proper local corner boozer, which I never even noticed before tucked off Grays Inn Road. Not much inside but a bar with taps, a fruit machine in the corner, and a tele up on the wall. But as long as the taps are pouring and there's a few people in, what else do you need? Probably a good spot for an outdoor beer in the sunnier months, since there's little traffic on this corner.