The Somers Town Coffee House is a pub that serves real ale as well as beers, wines and spirits. They also provide a range of entertainment including terrestrial TV, a pool table and a dart board - complete with their own team. Seating on the pavement area is provided, weather permitting.
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The Somers Town Coffee House & Ssshh Supperclub
60 Chalton StreetKing's CrossLondonNW1 1HS
- +44 (0)20 7387 3649
- Public transport:
- Euston, Underground
This pub only gets a 3 star rating from me as I feel it didn't deserve 4 or 5 as it didn't give the impression of a warm welcoming place like other pubs, drinks are drinks but I ordered a small item from the Tapas menu and it took almost half hour to turn up and the pub wasn't that busy by far, apart from this minor set back the interior was nice with one door disguised as a book shelf (very...more
The Coffee House / bar is a lovely size space and clean. They also have a nice outside area which has colourful fencing and benches. At the bar you can buy cookies, popcorn etc as well that are stored in jars. At this Coffee House they even have games at the back which you can play with from Monopoly and Jenga. The staff are very pleasant, friendly and all seemed happy. So it is a very...more
A friend (who is a regular here) and I headed into here the other Sunday evening for dinner, we were famished, and I was looking forward to it after her review of it to me.
We did take a while to pick as we were having a jolly good chat, but it wasn't until we ordered that they told us four or so of the things on the menu weren't available, leaving two mains left.
I picked two starters, and...more
We were a group of ten here for a birthday meal and drinks and we found it totally suitable, if a bit packed, though it was a Saturday night. There was a noticeably large number of beards here, that kind of place.
The beer was good and not particularly pricey. I had the bangers and mash which was excellent, an innovative take on it. A friend had something that was a disappointing quinoa...more
I first heard of this place when a friend mentioned it as a place she would potentially have her birthday party. She didn't choose it in the end, but from then it's been on my list of restaurants to try. Then when I had two friends visiting me in London, I saw that they did British tapas and it seemed like a great place to take people who want to try a selection of British cuisine.
We came on...more