The Jerusalem Tavern is a pub that serves a variety of hot dishes, snacks and vegetarian dishes and can cater for private parties of up to 40 people. Seating on the pavement area is provided.
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The Jerusalem Tavern
55 Britton StreetClerkenwellLondonEC1M 5UQ
- +44 (0)20 7490 4281
- Public transport:
- Barbican, Underground
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Love this place, one of my favourite pubs in North London. There's quite a debate about whether it's a new, or old pub, but some digging appears to clear this up.
There have been several Jerusalem Taverns in the area for many years, but although the exterior is obviously old, the current Jerusalem Tavern is a fabrication - the building was bought by St Peter's brewery in late 1990s and the...more
This place is a classic, old pub. There's chopped wood stored under the benches around the small seating area in the front; and everything in here is hard wood. I found my way here because it is a real ale pub. The pork sandwich I had was pretty decent, though it was nothing too special. The chips were also average at best; solid pub food for inhaling some beer. They basically have a lot of...more
Hidden gem serving a great range of real beers. There's something very enjoyable about walking into a pub and not recognising any of the beers they have available. The process of discussing what each is like with the bar man and tasting a few is a great part of the real pub experience. I opted for a pint of the Golden Ale which was beauty.
The bar itself is very small and intimate, with wood...more
I really liked this place. Quite interesting to find a traditional pub in the middle of corporate London. The staff were helpful when I chose one of the beers they stocked.
They serve some really nice ales and local pale ales.
Definitely a place id return to!more
Quite a legendary pub in the area. It's been where is since 1720, but there was a Jerusalem Tavern on different sites in the area going back to the 14th century!
This is a St Peter's brewery pub so has all their ales in bottle or in the barrel. Not sure how extensive their list of other drinks is, this is very much a beer pub! I love the shape of their beer bottles. Very cool. They taste...more