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.
Happened upon this pub as we were leaving the shopping district and we were starving. We had the cottage pie for two and it was so delish! Best in London so far; no wonder it's so busy! We are going to hit this spot again before we go. This seems like traditional pub food but way better and we are looking forward to the fish and chips!more
Despite only being just around the corner from Liberty, this place seems to not suck. Pubs in this area are always going to be crowded - and the Clachan is - but they also tend to lack any real character because of the high level of traffic and lack of locals. However, the Clachan definitely has its regulars, and the décor feels warm, welcoming, and well thought out. The beer selection is...more
This is a great pub to meet for a few quick pints in Central London. Tucked away in the narrow lanes behind Liberty, is a late Victorian era watering hole with a fine selection of real ales and wines at reasonable prices.
It's usually packed out after work....but you might find a table hidden towards the back of the pub. If your stomach is grumbling they also serve pub fare upstairs in the...more
We have been here a few times before. This was not our destination last night, Sunday, but it was one of the few places that serves food up until 10:00 PM. Another Nicholson's Pub, so same food you can find at many other pubs. A larger beer selection and two floors, but no TV last night. I like the atmosphere of this pub. It is pretty wide open on the first floor. Lots of small tables and...more
Ye olde watering hole serves food too! The Clachan is a real local favourite and during the summer masses of office workers spill out the doors and into the street après work. They serve a selection of 'real ales' and the inside is traditional Victorian English pub with 70s mahogany furniture.
We've squeezed in there for beers often enough, but chanced a lunch today. As pub grub goes, they...more