A member of the iconic fleet dating back to 1873, Nicholson's offers timeless British pub hospitality. A fine stock of smooth and silky cask ales are pulled at the bar, while homely British classics are served in the dining room. The carefully chosen wine list brings together some great international bottles, while a Cask Ale Club is offered for any true beer aficionados.
An excelent pub, if a little commercial but with a small range of very interesting beers, plenty of room to sit outside and a very ordinary menu. It's right at the foot of London Bridge and very convenient after a hard shop at Borough Market.more
This was the venue for a Yelp UYE a few weeks ago when we introduced to the lovely Josephine B as one of our new London CMs.
Not being familiar with the area, I did struggle a bit to work out how to get down to the lower level from London Bridge - unlike the smart Katie B who asked someone, I just went the long way round!
It was crowded on the ground floor and despite my best efforts to...more
Oh what larks! I stood on the bridge looking down at The Mudlark with one thing on my mind..."How the hell do I get down there?!"
After asking a very busy-and-important looking suited lady (London Bridge - you know the type!) who treated me with the exasperation you would a naughty toddler I was shown the steps just to the right of where I was stood. Hmm, blonde moment! But never mind, I was...more
Hmmm. Quite a lot of space downstairs, including a decent-sized beer garden in this traditional-styled pub. Some unusual guest ales too. But the ale upstairs that I'd recommended so enthusiastically to a visiting American was off and the burger I ordered was nothing special. I might hang out downstairs next time.more
I find it quite difficult to believe that the other reviewers are drinking in the same smelly, rank-aled, disgusting-food pub thats downstairs from my office. No matter how many times you go in there, the gormless staff make no attempt at recognition. Once after ordering a pint that was clearly off, I went back to the bar to tell them and get another pint to be told that the pint in my hand...more