Perched on the south side of London Bridge, The Barrowboy & Banker serves up traditional British pub cuisine. With its high ceilings and magnificent sweeping staircase, The Barrowboy & Banker offers a vibrant ambience throughout the day, and free Wi-Fi is offered to all guests. Hearty home-cooked pies and a large range of Fuller's cask ales are also available.
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Barrow Boy & Banker
6-8 Borough High StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9QQ
- +44 (0)20 7403 5415
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
A nice pub really close to London Bridge. I stopped in here while taking a walk along the Thames river for quick 1/2 pint of beer. Service was ok since I did not stay very long. The interior is nicely decorated. Considering its location, it was crowded with office workers I guess getting a pint before catching the tube or train at the nearby London Bridge station.more
A beautiful building (formerly a bank) right at the base of the London Bridge, which is very convenient if you are touristing around and need a pint or a place to eat. I was pleasantly surprised to find it full of noisy Brits watching football on the large TV's in the bar downstairs, instead of a bunch of tourists. We were there for some pub food--not beer--and were taken up stairs to the...more
Beer good, nice wide selection and not not badly priced, but not much to do in the Bar and the seating area is quite crowed, they have a restaurant upstairs but didn't fancy trying it tonight.
Some random guy come in and started asking everyone if they had any spare change, which should have been spotted by the bar staff and sorted out, but he was in there for half an hour before i let them...more
Its big, lofty space make the Barrow Boy & Banker a good spot for a lazy Sunday, especially if you want to watch a football match. The oversize round tables ensure you won't feel squished and the similarly large screens ensure you won't miss any of the action on the pitch.
Special it isn't but I've come to discover that not every occasion requires the extraordinary.more
Now it takes a lot and I mean a lot to get 4 or 5 stars from me so please don't be put off with this 3 star review. I really really like this place. I have to admit though, I really really like pubs. Traditional, busy carpets, shiny brass, leather seats, full of men with red noses, pretty bar maid pubs! This pub is huge, meaning that even on it's busiest nights, you'll always get a seat and...more