Located at the forefront of St. Christopher's Place, the Lamb and Flag is an established British wining and dining venue, built in 1813
Situated only minutes from shopping destinations Oxford Street and Selfridges, the pub makes for a nice reprieve from the hustle and bustle of these areas.
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Lamb & Flag
24 James StreetMaryleboneLondonW1U 1EL
- +44 (0)20 7408 0132
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
Best thing about this place is food is cheap and portions were large. Food was edible but bland and average quality. It took forever to order and even longer to actually get the food. Out of half the beers on the menu...don't come heremore
It's yo average pub. We've never had an issue with the wait staff and we've had one waitress multiple times who has been a sweet little peach! Seriously
We've only dined here once but I was pretty impressed with what we got. Great location as well.more
Nope nope nope nope
About 130pm on Monday 9th Nov 2015, went upstairs for more seating since there were no indication if we should be waiting to be seated or seat by ourselves. We went upstairs, one more table left (for 4 ppl) but there was one waiter that's going around kinda busy. So we asked if we can have the table, he looked at us then not replying us then he ignored us as he...more
Busy and loud. I spent my time saying 'I can't hear you' or just sitting in silence. I also sat at a table with a stranger whilst my friends where on another table because it was so cramped.
Not much to say about drinks. Your standard bar.
Maybe I'm snobby for not wanting to be in the touristy areas of London, but if you go just 1 minute further down the road on the right there a few puns...more
This is one of the two pubs buried in the splendor that is St. Christopher's Place. This is the more central one as the other is on the northern end of James Street and Wigmore.
The pub itself isn't very big, but has several booths and places to sit. What makes this big is the outside court yard and additional tables along James Street. They have your typical pub fare and do a pretty good...more