The Salmon & Ball is the closest pub to Bethnal Green Underground Station and has a large TV for sporting events.
Venue Details & Map
The Salmon & Ball
502 Bethnal Green RoadLondonE2 0EA
- +44 (0)20 7729 6031
- Public transport:
- Bethnal Green, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Salmon & Ball
I've been to this pub quite a few times since I live in the bethnal green area. This pub is quite the classic old pub you can expect. It's got a few tvs and the "usual's" that sit at the bar pretty consistently throughout the day and night.
This place is nice if you're just looking to have a nice cold brew on a day in London or if you just want to meet a pal for a drink or two before deciding... more
I still haven't mastered the very English skill of being able to spot a great pub from a mile away. Or maybe smell the pub from a mile away? Mmm, that burnt caramel undertone to a hoppy, pungent initial whiff... But I digress.
My then boyfriend and my good friend both told me from half a glance at this place that it was sub-par for English standards. Lacking that lazy, warm inviting feel you... more
Had a few rehearsals in Bethnal Green so fellow cast member and I came here a few times after as it's just by the station.
Handy location, a slight dive, with the selection of punters who have probably been stuck to the barstools since the 1950s.
The pub has a good selection and as it was a million degrees outside the good selection of cider was great. I like how you can stand outside on the... more
It's fine all right.
Suffers from many of the aspects of "right next to a Tube station" syndrome.
Also, runs drink specials, the earlier you go, the cheaper they are. They were advertising pints of (presumably about to go off) bitter for £1.10, if you're wiling to go between 10AM and noon. Then it jumps to £1.80.
Fruit machines. Lots of Sky sports. Beer. Scruffy & very east-endy. Would be... more
This pub is the first place I stumbled into upon arriving in Bethnal Green, instantly outside the underground station exit. The place is old and run down, just like almost everywhere in this little pocket of East London, but rather then struggle against this handicap the pub has perservered and shone through as a local boozer where everyone knows one anothers name... and an outsider isn't... more