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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Venue Details & Map
90 St Martins LaneCovent GardenLondonWC2N 4AP
- +44 (0)20 7836 5863
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
Für Fans von Britischen Ale ist der Auswahl ein bisschen 08/15 hier. Großen ist es ein sehr schönes Pub mit gutem Essen. Sehr empfehlenswert für eine Pause in der Nähe von Covent Garden. Wie alle Kneipen in diese Umgebung ist es sehr voll um Feierabend - sehr gut für Stimmung aber für ein bisschen Entspannung sollte man eine andere Zeit aussuchen.more
This very historical pub is a good place for lunch before a matinee show at any of the nearby theatres. The food and beverage selections are what you'd expect, and there is a charming period decor. Service is friendly, and accommodating of foreign visitors, so the you can usually order at your table rather than the bar, as is more traditional.more
One of my favorite pubs we visited on our old historical english pub crawl adventure. Built in 1892, the victorian pub is traditionally impressive and ornate furnished with polished wood, beautiful mirrors, etched/stain glass. After hitting and quitting with previous pubs for english beer, I opted for their warm apple cider on special which was quite tasty. Notes of vanilla, orange, and...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
One of the most beautiful & popular pubs in London.In the heart of theatreland it is frequented by actors,dancers & choreographers & of
course hundreds of tourists. If you go for only one drink, do go to see the
exquisite etched glass & mirrors from the turn of the century. It was
originally a gin palace in the 1800's being so close to some of the poorest
parts of London at that time.more