Visited in 27th August 2015 - Good place near to the Tower Bridge. Cosy and modern place with friendly staff and nice english selection. Price was quiet expensive on tap (Beavertown Black Berry pint for £7.5). I didnít try the food.
10 minutes walk from the Tower of London across the Tower Bridge, this small traditional wooden pub offers a nice selection of circa 10 kegs and 10 casks. Selection is mostly UK craft and not necessairily obscure beers, but also brew (contract brew?) some own beers, so will always find a couple ticks. Donít do thirds.
Visited on Saturday 03/01/15 around 3.30pm.
Street corner local, pretty small and very much a gastropub, the place was pretty rammed even at a post lunch period and was full of folks chowing down.
We stood around a pillar near the bar and got to work with our beers.
3 cask lines, 10 keg lines and a decent enough bottle list to boot.
Beer choices were ok, decent range of styles on offer, service was prompt - plenty of bodies behind the bar.
Overall a solid stop, 5 years ago Iíd have come here regularly, in London 2015 I canít see myself heading here unless I happended to be in the area but worth noting you can reach this venue in not much more than a 5 minute walk from the northern most Bermondsey railway arch brewery.
Rating 62 Oct í14. Revisited this side street pub just off Tower Bridge, not so friendly on this occasion and very few customers to boot. They appear to be trying for a more up market feel than previous. We will still go back, but not with quite the same enthusiasm. Rating 70 Feb í12. Really friendly pub off the main area around Tower Bridge. The staff were really happy and welcoming. There is a small range of well kept beers to try. A really pleasant pub to visit.
Was pretty bored and walking over Tower Bridge so figured I would stop by here for a drink. Super close to Tower Bridge on the opposite side to the city. Very close to Draft House. Anyway the service was great, very efficient and chatty. Selection was quite good. A good and varied range of everything, mainly local. Quite expensive though. Almost 7 quid for a pint of Kernel. Besides that the place is good for a quick stop
A cozy brown pub. The service was pleasant - the waitor had something calming and relaxing over him. The selection was good but not great. There was a little Kernel, Dark Star and Moor and a few rare beers as well.