The Clachan was originally known as the Bricklayers and is situated behind Liberty, who once owned it. It is a Victorian pub and some of its wooden carving and ironwork still remain, as do the turret and the dome on the exterior which are typical of this period. Today, they serve a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as an assortment of traditional pub dishes and can cater for private parties of up to 100 guests upon request.
34 Kingly Street, Soho, London, W1B 5QH
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+44 (0)20 7494 0834
Nice comfy pub that was practically DEAD on a Saturday afternoon. Which was fine, we had our choice of seats. They had tables and hightops, but also a few paired up wing chairs sharing a small table. It made for a nice place to sit, drink beer, and chat.
Beer. OMG. Several taps of guest ales from breweries you've never heard of and will never see again. All really good stuff. "Village Idiot",...more
While staying with a friend in London who happened to work here, I frequented this bar and made some great drinking buddies. It became a favorite hangout. I spent all my money there. The food was good and the service of course was top. If you go in and Ross is still around, tell him I miss him already!more
Nice tucked away proper London/Soho pub. Good selection of beers great interior and helpful friendly staff when I frequented this place.more
A very nice comfy pub right close to my London office. I like it because they have real traditional ales in addition to their others. The food is typical pub but very good. The portions are a bit on the small side but a few extra pints will round you out.more