The Salisbury has original etched glass and hand carved mahogany. The pub has been used in films such as 'Victim', 'Travels With My Aunt' and 'The Boat That Rocked'.
With our friendly team ready to look after you, this Taylor Walker pub will make you feel genuinely welcome.
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90 St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4AP
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Monday - Wednesday: 11:00 - 23:00
Thursday: 11:00 - 23:30
Friday: 11:00 - 24:00
Saturday: 12:00 - 24:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 23:00
Monday - Saturday: 12:00 - 21:30
Sunday: 12:00 – 21:00
Ate dinner next door last night, stopped in here for a beer. Had no idea it was going to be all epic-beautiful and ornate and shit inside. But then it definitely was.
The stairs & outer restroom area are wallpapered in old flyers/ads/kinda creepy shit, which doesn't really vibe with the polished wood & mirrors up top. Also, you'll probably give someone who's trying to come out of the bathroom...more
Bangers and mash!
Nice pub, very airy so it doesn't feel like at all packed and stuffy. And it's kid friendly. They advertised that they had the best bangers and mash in the world so I had to give it a shot.
This was my first bangers and mash so I had nothing to reference it to, but for just under £9, you get 3 different sausages, mashed potatoes and the gravy. Now thats a pretty good...more
came for a drink on the way back home and thought it was just meh. it was fairly crowded for a pub on a weeknight, so we couldn't find seats and had to stand at the bar. the bartenders were pretty slow getting around to serving us, but once they did they were nice enough, nothing above the usual though. the prices were average and we didn't try the food... crowd is sort of old man-y
The manager, Jas, is very friendly. It is a nice old pub, beautiful Victorian original features. The service is good, the drinks fine. It is usually very busy but deserves it for being untouched by the redecorating gourmet pub brigade. Toilets downstairs are a bit tricky when you've had a few, but it's such a lovely old pub. Michael Caine and Roger Moore used to drink here way nack in the...more
Used to love this place but it must of had a change of owners, the food was terrible. The drinks were fine. We had baked potatoe and it was the size of a golf ball and with a teaspoon of cheese and beans. The sandwiches we ordered also did not fare any better...ham sandwich which used to come with decent ham now was transferred to plastic limp ham....grossmore