Crowded spot in a touristy area. Didn’t seem like too many of the people here were interested in exciting beer or anything. Beers were okay. Kind of reminiscent of some of the generic chain brewpubs we have in the states. An okay stop but not a place I’d go out of my way for or a place I needed to spend too long.
Lots of irish beer on offer in this large pub with many smaller drinking areas on several levels. The waitress wanted a credit Card in return for a tab! Strange. Okay food and beer, strange service and financial policy!
I may be going against the grain a bit, but I quite like this place. It’s pretty loud, young and pricey, but the labyrinthine levels and darkened atmosphere are enjoyable. Plus it’s a good place to try the Porterhouse ales (I only had two but they were pretty good), and the bottles are more reasonable than the taps. A couple of interesting guests on keg, although the cask doesn’t seem up to much.
Molto bello sullo stile industriale già fin troppo abusato forse ma cmq sempre d’effetto ! Hanno tutte le loro birre brassate a Dublino che a me non fanno impazzire ma qualcosa di buono sopratutto sullo scuro.
Big multi level pub with industrial factory decor. All Porterhouse own brews on tap all the ones I tried were decent Extensive selection of common world beers in bottles including Trappist Belgians. Very busy early evening but thins out later.
Dark and dingy and frankly dirty tourist pub near the market area. We were ’treated’ to rude service while we tried to choose our beers. The beers were in poor condition. No way will I be going back to this awful place again.
What a huge place! Themed like the porterhouse in Dublin just on a bigger scale. Service is fine with again the old story of London prices... Had no food so cannot rate it. Overall actually a good pub but it can get really crowded which spoils the place a bit.
An amazing multi-level place with copious amounts of metal piping everywhere - pub meets factory, but it works so very well.
It plays host to an excellent range of European and North American bottled beers in addition to the fine products of the parent company, the Porterhouse Brewery Co of Ireland.
An extensive and excellent menu serves salads through to juicy steaks and from 12 midday to 9pm Mon-Sat (7pm Sundays)
Outside, heated facilities are available for smokers and provide a delightful setting in the warmer months for families.
The Porterhouse really does bring a large dose of much needed Irish friendliness and hospitality to the very heart of London and long may it continue to do so.