The Sherlock Holmes pub is a traditional English pub serving pints and pub food.
As well as a bar and restaurant, the pub has a secret - a complete recreation of Holmes and Watson's study and sitting room with a large collection of objects and photographs related to the characters from the books and adaptations.
The collection was put together for the Festival of Great Britain and moved to this permanent home at the Sherlock Holmes pub in 1957.
Venue Details & Map
The Sherlock Holmes Pub
10 Northumberland StreetLondonWC2N 5DB
- +44 (0)20 7930 2644
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Sherlock Holmes Pub
Best fish & chips in London! And keep the Abbott Ale flowing! Thanks to Serena for serving this chap with a wonderful smile. Made my experience so nice: Gotta return for the great food, beer, and SHERLOCK atmosphere. more
Steer clear of the food here! I got food poisoning from eating in the restaurant upstairs. While the place is charming for tourists like me, we had to wait almost an hour for our food to come and the place wasn't even that busy. Everything was overcooked and cold by the time it was finally brought up. Between our table we tried the roast beef, risotto, mac and cheese, and the prime steak... more
A cutesy little tourist trap joint. They dont rape you over the price of a pint, and the staff was friendly. Moreover, it was actually full of British people when i went there, so it wasnt so much like a Disneyland experience and more of a real place.
It was also nice and warm on a cold February day so i consider it a decent place to stop by for a pint. more
What's the deal with all these 'Greene King' pubs because they are all good!
Had the jerk rib and a pint of beer for lunch.
The jerk rib was soft and nicely spiced and came with a side of salad and coleslaw.
I was pleasantly surprised.
We were in a rush also and they initially quoted 15-20 for the rib to properly go through the smoker. And food was on our table in 10 minutes. Under promise... more
A tourist spot? Elementary! We knew coming here meant entering willingly into a touristy environment. But that's why we came! And the location did not disappoint, in that respect.
Props galore hang on the walls and in a Sherlock-office recreation. Movie stills and clippings from the Basil Rathbone films line the stairway from the downstairs pub to the upstairs dining area.
Waitstaff was... more