Had been to the Seething Lane Draft House so figured I might as well go past here on my way home. Quite similar but probably nicer inside. Smaller place though. Service was solid, nothing to complain about. Selection was solid, not quite as good as what I’ve seen at Seething Lane though. Prices were damn high. I guess location doesn’t help. Not bad though
Visited this pub several times, easy to get to when you just have crossed the Tower Bridge. Can at times be very busy, and eventhough its a light and spacy place, it doesn´t seems to have that many tables. They have a nice selection of beers, both on tap and in bottles, so for sure worth checking their bottle list. They do nice pubfood and snacks as well.
foxo82 (21) Bromsgrove (via Leicester), England | January 13, 2013
Modern bar like interior with a good selection of ales, including several from Camden and three weisses. Plenty of bottled lagers from Europe and America. Perhaps not as cosy as the nearby Dean Swift but the selection here means both are essential visits.
Nice spacious pub with a decent beer selection. But, not that many cask ales and maybe to many thin lagers? If you are nearby, give it a try. Lively and festive clientele this late Friday evening. (Visited November 16th 2012)
A spacious and convenient place just on the South side of Tower Bridge. 3-4 UK casks, although there’s often more interest in the overseas keg taps, of which there are 15 or so. The bottle list runs to about 100, with plenty of interest but probabaly not much you won’t have seen elsewhere around town if you’ve been looking. Definitely worth a look, if not a major beer scooping destination in itself.
Spacious bar and restaurant at the south end of Tower Bridge. One large room by the bar and smaller rooms behind, with a feel just between English pub and American diner. Three (or two?) real ales and a good selection of draught beer from a varied selection of countries and styles. Good selection of bottled beers, not a huge list and hardly any rare stuff, but some interesting and good quality choices available. Overall a well mixed and thought through beer selection. Didn’t try the food, but it looked good and plentiful. Friendly and swift services. Managed to combine this with Dean Swift, Kernel Brewery and then off to the area south of London Bridge (a good days pub crawling). Definitely worth a visit.
This place has really grown on me. Spacious, light and airy. Good service and a good selection of bottles and pretty decent tap selection. A great place to spend an evening away from the maddening crowds on the city side of the bridge.