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
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
This place is a great gastro pub! The lunch was delicious, I had the Cumberland sausages and the fish and chips looked mouth watering. Apparently they try out coffee on their customers so do free samples which sounds great. All in all a quirky little pub that could easily become a staple local essential!more
Highly recommend for some fabulous gastropub food in an area devoid of good dining options.
Just round the back of Euston station, this pub is a diamond in the rough. Exceptional food ranging from the usual burgers to delicious tapas. The bar also has a good range of ales.
The only downside is that the food does take it's time getting to your table so you better not be in a rush!!more
A lovely little place, just a five minute walk from Euston, making it handy for those wanting a quick snack and/or pint on their way to or from the station.
We sat outside and ordered dishes from the 'British tapas' menu. I can't remember what we had exactly, and nor can I find a menu online to jog my memory. What I do remember includes: scalloped potatoes, beef and Stilton croquettes, vodka...more