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
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
I have a friend who works for Fullers, so we often go here - once we managed to get the entire top bar to ourselves.
I really like this pub. It's a proper pub, the hidden away setting is 'very London' I don't know.. glean from that what you will.. cobbled stone side streets, windy alleyways, dark wood panelling, narrow stairs. I love it. You can almost tell what it would have been like, 100+...more
Whats not to love about a pub that's got the history that Lamb & Flag does?! Go early (it was packed by 5pm once everyone got off work) and try a pint of the Cornish Orchards Cider if they have it on tap, its tart, but refreshing.more
This was my favorite pub of the trip. It's pretty small/ cozy, but I really liked the setting. For whatever reason, seemed to be more locals/ less touristy than some of the other places that I'd visited.
The streets closeby have lots of good photo opportunities too.more
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