A member of the iconic fleet dating back to 1873, Nicholson's offers timeless British pub hospitality. A fine stock of smooth and silky cask ales are pulled at the bar, while homely British classics are served in the dining room. The carefully chosen wine list brings together some great international bottles, while a Cask Ale Club is offered for any true beer aficionados.
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The Coal Hole
91-92 StrandCharing CrossLondonWC2R 0DW
- +44 (0)20 7379 9883
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
For just drinks, I would recommend this place. However, if you're looking for food as well I would suggest going somewhere else. For the price you pay, the servings are tiny. At other pubs you would get more food for even less money. The service was very slow and there weren't enough staffers when it got really busy in the dining room. Again, for drinks - come here! (Summer shandy made with...more
Been here several times. Had the best draught Guiness ever in whole London. Large variety of beers, even draught ones. Food lovely, everything reasonably priced. As a concierge in a hotel ranked among the Top10 hotels in London on Tripadvisor I recommended this lovely pub to hundreds of guests who were more than pleased with my recommendation. Good job guys, will return!more
Still a nice little pub. Decent selection of real ales. Much less commercial feeling than many of Nicholson's other properties. Food is good (standard Nicholson fare) but service getting it to the table is pretty slow. Getting an ale at the bar is usually pretty quick but the bartenders seem to be rushed and flustered even when the place is pretty empty.
When weather is decent, it's possible...more
Last night, I visited The Coal Hole with my boyfriend and his parents. This was my first London pub experience and it happened to be a place that my boyfriend's father used to go with his father!
We had a quick 1/2 pint for the sake of going to a pub on our first night in London. The Coal Hole was packed and we took our beers outside.
The Coal Hole is bigger than it appears on the outside...more