10 Northumberland Street, Charing Cross, London, WC2N 5DB
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+44 (0)20 7930 2644
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The Sherlock Holmes Pub
10 Northumberland StreetCharing CrossLondonWC2N 5DB
- +44 (0)20 7930 2644
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- Charing Cross
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Pretty cool place! Bf and I were kinda hungry and needed to find a place to finally try fish and chips in London! This was it. The inside and outside are awesome. I love the decor and chairs and tables and the bar. It's a great feel. Some of the stuff on the walls is so unusual and cool, I was really entertained just looking around. BTW that's not a REAL dogs head on the wall is it?? I don't...more
While visiting London for the Olympics just last week, I stumbled into this cute little pub and it was adorable. Small but cute and clean. Nothing crazy but a good bar.
Pretty solid selection of brewskis, the bartenders were mad chill and were really cool about us being Americans and the fact that we were owning Great Britain in most of the Olympic events LOL
Prices were reasonable .....more
Food was very good. I had some kind of steak pie and Sherlock Holmes beer. As a Holmes fan, not much here (was expecting the menu to be themed or something), but a nice little pub that's relaxed.
Staff are a little stand-offish and seemed annoyed, probably by frequent tourists. Prices are decent. Good place for a quick bite to eat before starting your day exploring London!more
My family has been visiting London for many years, and have never come to London that we did not eat at the Sherlock Holmes Pub, same table upstairs, right in front of the Sherlock's parlor. I always have the fish and chips and have never been disappointed, My wife tries different selections and has always been happy also, prices are very good. The staff always greets us with a smile as family...more
The brunette waitress with the funky eyebrows that was working the upstairs on May 17, 2012 shouldn't work at a place called Sherlock Holmes if she doesn't like foreigners.
After asking us politely if there were only two of us (while making moves to seat us in a half empty upstairs restaurant) we nicely responded yes and she took a step back and said they were full. When the very gracious...more