The Sherlock Holmes pub is a traditional English pub serving pints and pub food.
As well as a bar and restaurant, the pub has a secret - a complete recreation of Holmes and Watson's study and sitting room with a large collection of objects and photographs related to the characters from the books and adaptations.
The collection was put together for the Festival of Great Britain and moved to this permanent home at the Sherlock Holmes pub in 1957.
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Venue Details & Map
The Sherlock Holmes Pub
10 Northumberland StreetCharing CrossLondonWC2N 5DB
- +44 (0)20 7930 2644
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
This pub was literally around the corner for our hotel so for both nights we stayed in London we stopped in. They have a good selection of beer and the best part was the ample amount of space to stand outside and drink. Bartenders were also very nice, although I do feel bad the bartender helped me pay with the credit card and basically made it so I wouldn't tip her. Must have known by my...more
Great little pub on a bit of a side street. We tried all the ales, and believe the Watson Golden to be the best. Men's room downstairs, ladies on main floor.more
Just stay downstairs. We've been here a few times, and decided to eat dinner upstairs tonight.
We were seated and that was it. The staff upstairs really don't care. 30 minutes later, we have not seen our waiter at all. Not even to take our drink order. The service upstairs is horrible. The only nice thing is the little Sherlock Holmes replica room. So I went up and asked a different waiter if...more
My family and I would frequent this place because our hotel was just around the corner. The bar is great and a good place for a chat. However, the restaurant was disappointing. We were seated, thought of our orders, and guess what? The waiter never came back, not even to offer us water after seating us down. We waited around 20 minutes so I guess after that we had to go up to them to be...more
We weren't planning on eating here, we just walked by and stopped in after going to the London Eye. It had a really nice pub feel and the waiters were very attentive.
My wife and I had the fish and chips, which was really good and a good sized portion. They had fountain drinks which a lot of places in London didn't have, so that was nice instead of just getting a single can or bottle. Very...more