34-35 Great Sutton Street, Finsbury, London, EC1V 0DX
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+44 (0)20 7253 1516
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The Slaughtered Lamb
34-35 Great Sutton StreetFinsburyLondonEC1V 0DX
- +44 (0)20 7253 1516
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The Slaughtered Lamb is an ideal pub for after work drinks. It always has a very lively atmosphere with a friendly crowd and great feel to it.
There is also a room downstairs that hosts a range of music nights, including my own! The sound is excellent (complete with a friendly soundman running it) and the room has a lovely intimate atmosphere with cosy chairs and retro décor. Great for...more
Very cool pub, excellent live music space in the basement (feels like a living room... no really, it does... with the sofas & chairs, etc.). Very intimate, good sound & one of more unique feels I've experienced in any venue. I'll be back.more
I went to the Lamb recently for my friend's gig that she was running in the basement and I have to say it's one of the best music venues in London. There is real ambience and comfortable feel as soon as you enter and you almost feel like you're in someone's (albeit larger than some) living room, that's how cosy it is. The lighting is dim - and flattering, so perhaps a good date venue if you...more
I really like this place. It's owned by the same people who run the Black Heart in Camden. There are loads of quirky bits and bobs adorning the walls including an old fashioned air conditioning system consisting of hand fans. They also have a few stuffed squirrels around the bar which are surprisingly amusing because they're so ridiculous.
Its also a good place to people watch. We were...more
Don't know why everyone is shocked at the name of this pub. It's right next to the old meat markets and slaughterhouses of ancient London after all, and it's not as if there aren't hundreds of pubs with gruesome names all over England anyway - the King's Head isn't exactly about a nice story.
The Slaughtered Lamb is big, bustling and great on a Friday night. If you can somehow bag a table and...more