With a bar on the ground and first floors, the John Snow is a pub that serves a variety of traditional British dishes and bar snacks throughout the day. They host comedy nights every Saturday evening.
Venue Details & Map
The John Snow
39 Broadwick StreetLondonW1F 9QJ
- +44 (0)20 7437 1344
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The John Snow
Look it has history and it is a cool looking place in soho. Its a typical pub type atmosphere and the drinks are reasonable. My co workers had the steak and ale pie and I had the gammon steak and all of the meals were just blah. The service was not friendly at all and it seemed like a trouble we came in. This area has 100 better places around and I would suggest you try those. If you want a... more
Call me for the drink, but not the food. The food service upstairs on the surface seemed swell, but totally unhelpful. First, no gluten-free menu--dude just hands over a notebook of ingredients for us to research. When my wife tried to order just a burger without the bun, response was, "No. It wouldn't be a burger then would it?" We decided to stay anyway donI could experience the fish... more
John Snow is A-OK!
On a night out adventure with a bunch of Game of Throne geeks (sorry enthusiasts) - John Snow was the bar they decided we had to head to - and who am I to argue?
Very confused at first as the pub has only one brand of beverage (which I didn't recognise, I can't for the life of me remember what it is or be bothered to look at the photo I took to remind myself). This is a... more
Is this the best pub in London? Nope. However, when I lived in London (way back in 2006-7), I would frequent it a when I was in the area. It has lots of seating, been around forever and always had a nice beer selection (Sam Smiths served here).
Prices are pretty good for the area too, which can be quite pricey. I stopped back into the pub in 2013 and was glad it appeared as nothing had changed. more
We went on a Tuesday at around noon -- it was empty. 2 other groups came during the time we were there. Food was fine - nothing spectacular. Around £11 for fish and chips and around £7 for a pulled pork sandwich with added chips. We shouldn't have paid for the extra chips bc the fish and chips came with plenty to share. Nothing to complain about, nothing to rave about. more