Royal Oak

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A classic British pub since 1831, The Royal Oak Pimlico offers real ales and comforting home-cooked fare. The cosy interior and tucked-away location make for a relaxed and welcoming setting.

About

A classic British pub since 1831, The Royal Oak Pimlico offers real ales and comforting home-cooked fare. The cosy interior and tucked-away location make for a relaxed and welcoming setting.

Prices

Average main course: £10.00 (€11.19) per diner
Average food spend: £25.00 (€27.98) per diner

Venue Details & Map

Royal Oak

Address
2 Regency Street
Westminster
London
SW1P 4BZ
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7834 7046
Public transport:
Pimlico, Underground

Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5
Based on 24 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Royal Oak

2 out of 5 6 June 2017
by Angelina L.

We came here because we had the London Explorer pass. The appetizer came out quickly, but the entrée took over 45 minutes and we had scheduled plans after, so that didn't do us any good. I got fish and chips, and it was 1 entire fried fish. A bit odd, and it didn't taste that good. I don't recommend coming here for one of your attractions or to eat. I guess it's good for drinks though. I...Read More

2 out of 5 26 February 2017
by Irene F.

I know I shouldn't judge the food based on American standard. Only the fish and chips were good. The spicy wings tasted worse than American microwave wings. The pea puree, just blend like baby food.

Come here for drinking, the drinks are affordable.Read More

3 out of 5 23 January 2017
by Thomas F.

Hmm, should I knock the food here? All the food in London is awful, and this place is no different.

The fish and chips was OK. The spicy chicken wings was gross.

The bartender was nice. Thanks to the exchange rate the drinks were cheap. Kind of a weird feeling place. I don't know if I'd come back.

PS: There was a 10% off if you checked in, but they say that deal doesn't exist anymore.Read More

2 out of 5 13 January 2017
by Blaze T.

It was a very awkward feeling bar. It was seemed to be mostly filled with old local lonely men that probably have nicknames for each other

The bartender was a little cold, but that's expected once people hear my American accent, don't hate me cause you ain't me, lad

The beer was the highlight, I don't really remember the name of it, but it was similar to a guiness. The food was not very...Read More

5 out of 5 27 June 2015
by Adriano A.

Came here originally for dinner but it was already 9p (the sun was out still) but kitchen was closed.

Went to eat somewhere else but had to come back for a beer! The ambiance is really chill and the music and beer rock!

Would recommend it for sureRead More

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