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
A real old fashioned pub tucked away into a courtyard... You really feel transported into a different era! Great beers, great service, great ambiance... One of my favorite pubs in Londonmore
I'm not deep-dish into faaash n chaaaps (this is how the Brits pronounce it) but when it is crispy and tender...and smothered in HP Sauce. I'm down.
Add some refreshing cask ales, I'm ride-or-die, down, son.
This Fullers pub (Who doesn't love London Pride pints?!) is totes traditional, decor, vibe, architecture, historic significance, etc.
Lots of after-work blokes chattin and drinkin and...more
Booked a table here for dinner on a Sunday afternoon and was absolutely thrilled with how it turned out! Not only do you get a free drink here if you sign up online (you have to do it the day before you go to the pub!) but their pub menu is absolutely great!
Expect the standard pub fare, but just extremely well cooked. My fish and chips were one of the better pub versions I've had, with...more
This place is clearly has a following and probably for good reason. Came here on a Friday night excited to try the food only to find out that they weren't serving any! Not sure if this is a normal but the bartender made no comment or apologies about it. I also wasn't impressed with their wine selection - although beers are presumably their major selling point.
Mostly standing room downstairs...more
Whilst on a walking tour this weekend, Jen introduced us to the Lamb and Flag - a beautiful little pub tucked away down a side alleyway off the hustle and bustling Covent Garden streets.
She informed us of its grand history and how Charles I used to frequently frequent this establishment. It is now owned by Fullers (a London brewery institute) and although it is now part of a chain, it...more