Offering a traditional menu and a prized list of Fuller's cask ales, Hung Drawn & Quartered is a trusty pub on Great Tower Street. The 'Best of British' menu comprises daily specials, pub classics, homemade bar snacks and tempting desserts. The impressive Fuller's cellar is showcased at the bar, with fine world wines, carefully-selected beers and guest ales all on offer.
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The Hung Drawn & Quartered
27 Great Tower StreetThe CityLondonEC3R 5AQ
- +44 (0)20 7626 6123
- Public transport:
- London Fenchurch Street, National Railway
Went there today after our morning spent sight seeing. Food was very good but the service was horrible. Got my order wrong had to ask someone to serve us and when we got our food no one showed up again to top off drinks and ask if we had everything we needed.Had to go up to the bar for our bill otherwise we would still be sitting there ignored.more
I went for a drink here and were met with the after work crowd. I was able to just about find a table as it is a lot smaller than the outside suggests, at least from what I saw.
The menu looked good and me and my partner both had a drink each. They had sip smith vodka and gin which was slightly different from other pubs which was nice and as we had doubles it hit the spot. I love the name...more
We wanted a quaint London pub, and our taxi driver suggested this one. It seemed a little newer and brighter than I expected a pub to be, but whatever.
We arrived at lunchtime and it was busy. We got the last table and waited a long time for service. We finally ordered. One burger, two ham and eggs and one pie sampler platter. The burger and 3 out of 4 of the pies were tasty, but the ham and...more
I came here with a few friends for a late lunch/early dinner and had a very pleasant experience. I ordered the special pie of the day, with lamb and red peppers, it came with a side of greens and mashed potatoes. The pie was delicious and piping hot. The greens were decent, nothing amazing but not offensive, and I'll admit the mashed potatoes were a little suspect because they came out...more
OK place. The interior was pretty and how you would picture a London pub. We arrived around 7 pm. We seated ourselves but no waitress ever came to the table. I mean, I understand the culture there that you have to order drinks at the bar, but this was the first restaurant where we had to approach the server.
Even at this early time for dinner, my husband was told they were out of several items...more