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.
|Average main course||£12.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
The Dog & Duck
18 Bateman StreetLondonW1D 3AJ
- +44 (0)20 7494 0697
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Dog & Duck
Great place for a traditional fish and chips in soho. The upstairs dining area is warm and cozy. There are a few cask ales and it all feels very British. The mushy peas were the best I've had. Highly recommend! more
Great traditional British pub in Soho. Food was excellent and they have some really cool gin cocktails, which was a big plus. more
Average pub with an average beer tap list. There were only one or two craft beers available including an offering by Siren, but the Siren beer tasted not very fresh. Most other beers were macros. There was a good amount of seating upstairs and mostly standing room only downstairs. We did not try the food. more
Crowded, but quick service and cold beer!
Our Order: two pints of Guinness!
Environment: pretty decent sized place, but awkward layout when you need to move through the pub. Bar staff was fantastic and super friendly! The place was packed. Men's restroom is down a small windy staircase.
Verdict: good place to grab a pint and technically has the coldest beer I've had so far in London, so if... more
I'm a fan of the books 1984 and Animal Farm so how could I not come check out this pub that the man George Orwell used to frequent. It's somewhat a pretty typical bar in London. It's name is "Animal and Other Animal or Random Object," they have beer sponsors, they have a bathroom that's located down a staircase, the bartenders are nice, there are hand pumped beers.
I pretty much came here... more