A historic pub in London's vibrant Covent Garden, the 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. The diverse Lamb & Flag menu is created from fresh, local produce and features authentic, traditional English pub cooking.
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Lamb & Flag
33 Rose StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2E 9EB
- +44 (0)20 7497 9504
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
Typical boozer with space upstairs got good, although no food was being served during the rugby match. Small screen in the bar and a larger to upstairs. Atmosphere quite subdued considering it was a semifinal but think that's cause there were a lot of tourists. Usual ales and beers on tap and amazing architecture inside and out. Loved that it was tucked down a little ally way.more
Been here a few times, the location and the outdoor space make this place VERY popular with the after work crowds in Covent Garden and Leicester Square. They have plenty of beer and cider on draft and a good selection of bottles, despite how busy it always is, the staff are really on the ball and I'm always served pretty quickly. If you are lucky and get there earlier enough, or perhaps stay...more
This is a proper pub, looks like a proper pub, sounds like a proper pub, has good fish and chips and treacle; what more could one want. It's historic and full of Britishness in a city that is losing it's Britishness fast. I cannot imagine the owners selling the Lamb, but the government doesn't seem to mind putting a price tag on buildings of historical value and allowing a chain hotel sign...more
I've been coming to the Fuller's pub, on and off for years. After having lunch in Soho with fellow yelper Steve B. we decided to have some cask ales to finish off the afternoon. After have a pint in the crowded Harp, off the Strand. Steve suggested a pint here.
The pub is set off the main drag between Charing Cross Road and Covent Garden. The last time I came here was in the summer, when the...more
Crowded on a Tuesday, but a nice little pub. Everyone seemed to find a beer they liked, and I was happy with Rekorderlig. it wasn't terribly loud, which is always a bonus in a pub. After 8 it calmed down quite a bit (probably due to theatre-y things) and was even nicer. Decent service and a nice atmosphere at this lovely old spot.
The ladies toilet could do with a revamp, but it's certainly...more