You will find us down the narrow Sebright Passage off Hackney Road. The Sebright Arms is a well known local pub with a long tradition of hosting entertainment. We serve Real Ales and Ciders, and we are also continuing the Sebright’s great tradition of entertainment with a fully functioning venue space downstairs. The ground level of the Sebright is always free.
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The Sebright Arms
31-35 Coate StreetBethnal GreenLondonE2 9AG
- +44 (0)20 7729 0937
- Public transport:
- Cambridge Heath, National Railway
Exactly as others have said, this is a great little spot. Tucked away down an alleyway from Hackney Road, there's very few 'hipster' gimmicks on show, just good drinks and good food. The burgers are some of the best I've had in London, particularly the Hot Bun, and the sweet potato salad is a great variation on the side. Prices are average for London, but you certainly leave full.
Despite being a bit of a pain to get to - the lazy side of me likes to jump off the train and straight into the pub, here it's more of a train and a bus sort of deal - the Sebright Arms is a local favorite for a darn good reason. Lucky Chip has been here for god knows how long, much like the slightly sticky carpet and wood paneling decor. All part of the pubs charm. It can get pretty busy...more
Been coming to this popular Hackney pub for years, mainly for the delicious Lucky Chip offerings. So I was gutted to find out recently that Lucky Chip had packed up and moved on after a three-year residency.
But never fear, its replacement, Bunsmith, is equally delectable. Apparently this is the pub's own brand, launched in April 2015 with the aim of opening up a standalone restaurant...more
It takes ages to get a table here, so try to get here before 6pm. Lucky Chip handles the burgers, using a quite unique traffic light system. When lights are red, orders are on hold. When yellow, get ready to head to the bar. When green, food orders are go!
So that fun aside, I found the veggie burger (sorry, no chicken here) to be quite good. Packed with veg and lots of cheese. The beers from...more
And old man pub with a camp twist. It's hard to hate this place.
I wasn't sure to make of the Sebright Arms when I walked down an alleyway to find this pub, but when I got to the door, I smiled. They have street art of a bar fly, sitting on his stool, with wings, drinking a beer. And above him it read: "Meanwhile, in another gin join in another town in another world." I loved that,