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
Not a bad pub with an outside space that isn't on a Main Street in between Covent Garden and Leicester Square. Good selection of beers however very slow service!more
As others have noted, The Salisbury's decor is top-notch. It has a wealth of mirrors, dark wood, and interesting fixtures. The staff was prompt and friendly. The selection of beer was pretty good.
On the down side though, having stopped here a couple of nights, it's clear a certain clientele comes here to get rowdy. That's fine, everyone's allowed their freedoms (within certain limits), but...more
Traditional pub near theaters, relaxing place to enjoy a pint and chat with locals and tourists alike. Clean, nice architecture and decor . Beer selection didn't disappoint nor does the service. Branched out and had the roast beer sirloin.
Beef and pork tends to be served well done so be sure to ask for medium. Dinner was really enjoyable- quite tasty. Beef was medium rare and tasted...more
Stumble upon this place while doing some daytime drinking in London after a day of Westminster abbey and the changing of the guard. First off the place is a really good size, clean, and all the people are really nice. When it comes to beer here, they had a really good selection, a nice amount, and they will let you take a taste.
When it comes to food here, I had two items. First was there...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