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47 Chandos PlaceCharing CrossLondonWC2N 4HS
- +44 (0)20 7836 0291
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
Lovely quaint small pub along a backstreet which is known by office workers to go to. I love it because it's one of the oldest in the area and it's compactness means the atmosphere is buzzing, yet somehow still relaxed.
It's a proper English Boozer with an excellent selection of ales on tap and I love the beer mats that are plastered on walls. I go here everytime I'm nearby by for one or two...more
The Harp isn't exactly a secret. Due to its cramped quarters, drinkers often spill out into the street in waves on a regular weekday evening. To say it's popular is a bit of an understatement, but there's a reason that a multitude of demographics congregate here: ten of the best maintained cask lines in the city are found here to appease cask fans, speedily rotating kegs of local breweries...more
When you think of the classic British pub scene, this is what you picture. Cozy, filled with character, and good bear and cider.
There's two levels. Bottom level has (in order from entrance) main standing area, the bar, and high top tables in the back. Upper level is the bathrooms and a smaller (quieter) lounge area with plush couches and chairs, plus some barstools along the wall.
London has loads of new bars opening up that serve craft beer mostly which I like, but for when I want to go have a more traditional pint or lager/ale or cider The Harp is one of the best choices in Central London.
Their beer selection comes from various breweries around London and the UK and they rotate regularly, so be sure to check back often. Even though the Harp has been bought by...more
One of the best pubs in London definitely deserves five stars. It sells a large range of really good craft cask beer (real ale) just a stone's throw from Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and The Strand.
Visiting London and want to experience a real pub, rather than a fake 'real ''English'' pub'? Come here.
It's not even that expensive for central London, especially for the quality of the...more