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
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
A really lovely pub. I don't know many places in the Euston or Kings Cross area, but a friend recommended this one; so now I don't go anywhere else!
It's a relaxed place; old school coffeehouse decor but bigger in size than you might expect - including heated seats outside (if the heaters work..) and fun, quirky private spaces upstairs if you happen to book an area for you and your...more
FAN-TAS-TIC. Called a week ahead for a table, and after talking with the super nice lady on the phone, was notified of the existence of private rooms upstairs.
Booked a 8 people private room, at no extra cost for dinner with my family.
We sat in the Kitchen room, with fireplace, tea bags, wines bootels wood logs decor, very very cozy atmosphere steps from the train station. We had slight...more
I've come here several times now for a few occasions. The first was for a hen party as a place to have drinks before doing an Agent November mission (As this was the pub we were to meet them at). We all enjoyed it, and they had a great selection of beer, and a menu that included British tapas that I wanted to try, so I always vowed to come back.
The next few times I came were for a game night...more
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