An historic pub in London's vibrant Covent Garden, Lamb & Flag was a favourite watering hole of Charles Dickens. Retaining its old-world charm, the pub serves great food, excellent real ale and features in practically every London guide book ever written. <br/><br/>The diverse Lamb & Flag menu is created from fresh, local produce and features authentic, traditional English pub cooking.
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The benefits of family vacations are overrated. Taking children along for the ride is a thankless task that can lessen your enjoyment of both the trip and your children. And that's why I say thank God for beer.
When I suggested a holiday trip to London neither one of my adult-in-training sons seemed very engaged by the idea. One asked whether we couldn't go somewhere more exotic and...more
Such a great, hidden pub. Set back from the street in an alley in King's Cross, this is a great place to grab a pint with locals. I went twice while I was in town to have a beer and chat. I'd just stand somewhere and would either casually enter a conversation or get approached by a buzzed Londoner. Friendly staff, good beer, dark wood, and clean restrooms. I love this place and will definitely...more
It's very rare I get to meet colleagues on my team as we're spread out across the United States. When I knew I was going to be in London for a few days, I e-mailed one of my business partners to see if we would be able to meet up for a pint or two. We met him in Leicester Square and made our way over to the Lamb & Flag.
I was playing the part of the American tourist and went for the Fish &...more
Another historical pub that you cannot miss while in London. We were looking for Lamb and Flag and saw a sign pointing along a narrow alley uhhhh that's about the only time you'd get this NYC girl to walk through an alley. Originally buily in 1638 the first mention of the Pub dates back to 1772 when it was formerly called Coopers Arms and changed to Lamb and Flag in 1833. It's 19th century...more