The Somers Town Coffee House is a pub that serves real ale as well as beers, wines and spirits. They also provide a range of entertainment including terrestrial TV, a pool table and a dart board - complete with their own team. Seating on the pavement area is provided, weather permitting.
Venue Details & Map
The Somers Town Coffee House & Ssshh Supperclub
60 Chalton StreetLondonNW1 1HS
- +44 (0)20 7387 3649
- Public transport:
- Euston, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Somers Town Coffee House & Ssshh Supperclub
Absolutely awesome! Cute atmosphere, excellent food, and great drinks! I'm so glad we found this place. There are three places in one - inside bar, downstairs speakeasy and outdoor beer garden. I will be back to try the other two one day soon. more
This was my old work local. It's a very solid pub for the area. Typical after work crowd, but decent space out front during the summer. Will miss this place with the office move to the city. more
Follow a long, unlit path from Euston station and look for that pink, beaming neon sign and you will find....cocktail heaven! Cosy Kettle is quirky little bar attached to the pub upstairs (Somers Town).
As soon as you walk through the door, you're greeted with a friendly welcome and cosy (aptly named bar) atmosphere. The barman also gave us lots of information about the cocktail too (for... more
I used to work in Chalton Street for a while and indeed had more coffees here than beers. It's a hidden gem in a very odd area tucked between Euston station and the British Museum. I've had lunch here before and popped in on a few evenings, the pub has a pleasant atmosphere and attracts a nicely varied crowd but tends to be quiet during the day and regular weekday evenings.
I recently... more
I'm very disappointed with the Somers Town Coffee House.
I found it over hyped, expensive and low quality.
I ordered the Chilli Margherita and selection of 'English' Tapas.
Indeed this cocktail was spicy, which is how I like it, although it was also very plain, the taste of cheap tequila being the strongest notes alongside the spice. Nothing really outstanding at all, and at £8, not the... more