Williamson's Tavern

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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.

Precios

Precio medio del plato principal £12.00 por cubierto
Precio medio por persona £25.00 por cubierto

Datos del lugar de celebración y mapa

Williamson's Tavern

Dirección:
1 Groveland Court
London
EC4M 9EH
Teléfono:
+44 (0)20 7248 5750
Transporte público:
Mansion House, Underground

Opiniones de Yelp

9.00 de 5
Basado en 6 críticas

Las 6 mejores opiniones de Williamson's Tavern

4.0 de 5
12 May 2009
por daviesjohn

This was my work local when I was in the area. As is typical of City pubs, very busy for a couple of hours from 5:30, but they have plenty of bar staff.

Bitter pretty well kept and some variety - they usually have Landlord.

Food typical pub food - nothing special, but also not gastropub expensive.

Outside area has a few benches but the alleyway means it is rarely in the sun. Más información

4.0 de 5
28 February 2018
por Art O.

We found this spot after walking around St. Paul's Cathedral.

This was a great little spot to catch a pint and a light lunch. We ended up splitting the following:

fried fish sandwich

lentil pie

The sandwich was very delicate with a light batter which I truly appreciated. The lentil pie was also very good and hearty.

Service was friendly and the place just seemed very comfortable and inviting. Más información

5.0 de 5
11 July 2016
por Abhishek G.

Fantastic hidden gem of a pub, but the highlight of our visit was the extremely friendly and helpful service by the barkeep. The food was on point too, and the drinks were the usual staples. Más información

4.0 de 5
06 January 2018
por mike w.

Sought this tavern out since it might be family. They said they get a lot of people with that name stopping in. In a very quaint alley behind St. Paul's. Getting there with all the holiday lights was exceptional. Got there a bit early so not busy. Great interior with the family history on the wall The lager was on point. Burger too well done for my taste, but the Mac and cheese was great.... Más información

4.0 de 5
05 March 2016
por Karla E.

A real typical English pub, really something to see, a bit loud but a really cool place to go with some friends :) Más información

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