The welcoming management and staff of the Mug House invite you to sample their friendly service, traditional British menu and extensive wine list, which also features the infamous Davy's Old Wallop, in this truly historic setting. The Mug House is situated in the last remaining arch of the original London Bridge in Southwark, just a short walk from London Bridge Underground station and close to many of the attractions on the South Bank. In addition to the classic food on offer, the Mug House also stocks additional fine wines in the cellar to complement your meal. A quiz night is held each month. As this is an excellent venue for evening parties, private quiz nights, themed evenings and catered buffets can also be organised for 80 to 100 people.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner|
£26 to £40
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The Mug House
1 - 3 Tooley StreetLondonSE1 2PF
It was a genuine surprise to have entered a pub that seems to contain so much history to it. It was full of quirks and kept to its original old decor with it's wine barrels as small drink tables and concrete floor. Old furniture shoved untidily into exposed shelving on the walls that it became part of the norm and it's decor. On the website it says it has the feel of a Dickens' novel.
So far the best fish in chips I've had in London (out of 3 other places). The fish still had the skin and a few bones (I appreciated it more, felt authentic). We had some good drinks and excellent service. You receive 25% off of your bill if you attend the London bridge experience next door, which was a nice bonus as it was included in our London Pass. The atmosphere is rustic and cozy -...more
Came here initially trying to find somewhere close to London Bridge station which was not a restaurant but a casual eatery to meet for lunch. Since then, I've primarily been back in the evening initially due to its location but there are now other things I like about the Mug House.
The Mug House is slightly off the beaten track of the usual London Bridge / Borough fair and, as the other...more
Even on a Friday night, this pub was pretty chill - we found a seat and were able to talk in normal voices! Maybe it's a reflection of this pub's general popularity but I think it probably has more to do with the fact it's opposite the Mudlark and is a bit hidden. I like it best out of the pubs in the area because of its more relaxed atmosphere but it is on the expensive side, I think a coke...more
A good meal, a good meal, my kingdom for a good meal!
Fortunately, I don't have to give away my kingdom...errr studio flat... for a good meal, I simply have to walk down to London Bridge and go to the Mug House.
Tucked into an arch of London Bridge on the cobblestone walkway that is Tooley Street, the Mug House is one of those places where if you blink, you will miss it - particularly if...more