The Betsey Trotwood is a characterful Victorian pub in the heart of Clerkenwell in Central London. Spread across three floors, the main bar room, at street level, offers food and real ales, while the cellar serves as a gig venue and the upper level provides an elegant bar and acoustic room.
56 Farringdon Road, The City, London, EC1R 3BL
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+44 (0)20 7253 4285
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The Betsey Trotwood
56 Farringdon RoadThe CityLondonEC1R 3BL
- +44 (0)20 7253 4285
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Shepherd Neame pub in Dickensian Farringdon. Decent ale, decent prices (for the location) and all around decent. Nice food and what.
2 Lovely function rooms- prefer the basement where you might get murdered and stuck inside a whisky barrel.more
As soon as my friends and I walked up, the patio area was packed full of people. Granted, it was about 10:30 on a Friday night, so things were already in full swing. We eventually sidled up to the bar, and my friends aren't beer drinkers (or anything drinkers, really), so they asked for some recommendations, and the server was helpful and indulging of us Yanks. Good beer and wine selection,...more
This is a Shepherd Neame pub but has the feel of an independent drinking establishment. It's nicely decorated in an understated way and has a good vibe. The manager was friendly and told us straight away that they weren't serving food in case we wanted any.
They had a great selection of wines, plus the usual beers and spirits and numerous whiskeys. There was a further bar upstairs which I...more
Clerkenwell has pubs-a-plenty, so if you've just stepped off the Farringdon tube, I can say with severe conviction that you should walk past the Castle, and ignore the other old men pubs, (perhaps stop by Jerusalem). But if you're looking for something with a bit more charm, and a younger clientele than some of the other after-work haunts; the Betsey Trotwood is just up the road and has a lot...more