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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Venue Details & Map
The Somers Town Coffee House & Ssshh Supperclub
60 Chalton StreetKing's CrossLondonNW1 1HS
- +44 (0)20 7387 3649
- Public transport:
- Euston, Underground
Well what can I say I've been using this little gem of a find for a good few years, lovely beer but you have to try the pigs in blankets, there delicious,
i wouldn't suggest walking in there with your mates dresses in football shirts you'd probably get funny looks but I'm the whole it's a lovely place to waste many hoursmore
This was the first restaurant in London. We came from Paris, Berlin and Copenhagen and this place let my mouth wide open. We ordered a scotch egg and fish and chips. It was amazing and huge. The service was outstanding too. Plus they have beautiful little British rooms upstairs that are so cozy. You have to visit.more
Went there on a Sunday for lunch because two of my friends were catching a train around 3 - very close to both King's Cross and Euston so very convenient.
However we waited a long time for our dishes (there weren't that many people...) and didn't have time for dessert. My friends both ordered the fish & chips, which was delish (their peas are good too!). I had the beef sunday roast and it was...more
A really well located pub near the station which makes it super handy if you have time to spare before - or after - your train arrives. We were in desperate need of wifi and a plug socket after a day of meetings and, after a quick Yelp search, we found ourselves here.
There's a small outside area at the front and then you're greeted by the bar, which is always a good first impression. We...more
Deceptively named, the Somers Town Coffee House is one of the nicest pubs I have visited. It's spacious and not too loud, such a rarity for London pubs. My friend and I spent a few hours in this tranquil venue, eating, drinking and enjoying ourselves. My friend declared it the best Sunday roast she had had in London! I was excited that there even was a vegan option (aubergine stack without...more