Gastropub near Liverpool Street Station serving variations on classic British pub food
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The White Horse
2 Exchange Square
Appold StreetLondonEC2M 2QS
- +44 (0)20 7377 9958
- Public transport:
- London Liverpool Street, Underground
Good little pub from the Geronimo crew. At the back of Liverpool Street station on a large open square you can hang out in the good weather. Lots of choice nearby for some food when you get peckish.more
Came here for a few quiet farewell drinks before I left London again and I was the most casual person in the pub as it seems to be a place for the suits to come out for after work drinks (I guess being near Liverpool street doesn't help). The atmosphere was good, the lights got dimmed at a certain time and the music level raised a bit so near the end talking became harder to do. As it was my...more
+ standard city pub
+ some outdoor seating
- boring pub grub
I visited the White Horse on a Tuesday evening after work and the place was a typical city of London pub filled with banker types enjoying a casual pint (or five) after a day in the office.
There is a standard selection of drinks - ales, cider, lager, wine, and the likes. The venue is fairly spacious inside and has an outdoor,...more
Excellent place to grab a quick pint or two after work.
Like all pubs near Exchange Square/Broadgate, The White Horse are packed after 5:30 on Thursdays/Fridays, which can be annoying if you're trying to employ a quick 1 then onward strategy.
My friend I went with particularly was obsessed with their brightly colored coasters, which have a different message on each of them. I don't get...more
This seems to be a place me and my friends always hit after work at noon on Christmas Eve every year. Not sure why.
It's not a bad place, just pretty much full on UBS bankers and extremly hard to get a drink in a crowd. Well. I have a technique which always gets me served quickly. I wave my dosh around till I get noticed. While it may be considered rude in the British culture, i'm not the...more