Offering a traditional menu and a prized list of Fuller's cask ales, The Artillery Arms is a trusty pub in the City. 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.
|Average main course:||£10.00 (USD12.59) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£25.00 (USD31.47) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
The Artillery Arms
102 Bunhill RowThe CityLondonEC1Y 8ND
- +44 (0)20 7253 4683
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
Quintessential English pub! My first exposure to a British pub and it was exactly what I thought it would be almost like walking into everybody knowing your name...like right at home!more
Really struggled between a 3 and a 4 so will break it down along both lines.
It's a 3 because it is always super busy (spilling out well into the street) when I decide to go there. It has quite a narrow square footage, with the top floor providing some sanctuary...that is, if you can get to the stairs. Not a whole lot of variety in terms of ales. I didn't find the staff particulary friendly...more
Bit of a peculiar location, right opposite the graveyard,
but fair enough "life goes on".
Good choice of beers, pleasant atmosphere, close to the city and thus a lot less busy on sundays than during the week.
Food is neither expensive, nor exciting;
sunday roast was "okay", coffee mediocre.
This is a good beer drinking location!more
I'm in London 4-5x a year for work. My last trip was last week. Thursday night, met up with some of the lads for beers. Great spot. It's their usual haunt, but was completely new to me.
Nice selection of beers/ales, and excellent value relative to overpriced spots I'd visited earlier in the week with other co-workers and customers. All in all, a lovely spot that's very worthwhile to stop...more
I haven't reviewed this place sooner despite numerous visits I was torn between a 3 rating and a 4 rating.
This is a very popular pub a stones throw from the city. It doesn't feel like a city pub, which paradoxically is why it's so popular with city types. On any given weekday, if the temperature is above freezing, there are more people drinking outside than there are inside, strewn around...more