A couple of minutes walk away from Farringdon Station to its north-west, this pub is in the middle of a long row of houses and offices and is quite a tight affair inside. It’s three rooms, with the most atmospheric at the front befitting the attractive street this pub sits on, the bar is against the right hand wall in the middle, and the rear room is a little more simple but includes several tables and a window that offers up some natural light and fresh air if it’s open. The beer selection is mostly from St Peters Brewery in both cask and keg form.
A tiny pub situated less than 5 mins from Farringdon. You can see the pub with the after work crowd gathered outside on dry days.
St Peters beers from the bottle or gravity dispense, well kept. Have the occasional special other than the core range. Nice place. Better if you get lucky and get a seat.
A pleasant boozer with friendly, colourful locals hanging around at the bar. I event met a ticker there. The taps are restricted to St Peters but I didn’t mind as I haven’t tried any of these. The beers are average though. The bar chick was really friendly and I had a great time chillin out at the bar. Worth a look I reckon.
A lovely old place tucked away in the warren of streets behind Farringdon station. It’s double fronted, on the ground floor of a Georgian building and looks as if it was once a shop. The first room has some original blue and white tiling, wall paintings and a nicotine stained ceiling; further back is the bar, a small back room and a tiny raised area, all painted in dark olive green. There are around six casks and six kegs plus sixteen or twenty bottles. Apart from a couple of ciders they are all St Peter’s beers.
(Visited 15 April 2015).
Good old fashioned pub near Farringdon Underground Station. Mostly St Peters beers, the staff were absolute gems in helping us select, full marks for the young lady on last night. Good comfortable bench seats with a great bench table, the pub was less busy than the others we visited in the area. Another decent pub that shuts at weekends, so infrequent visits, but we would go back.
2 good reasons to come to the Jerusalem - number one to soak up the atmosphere of this crumbling old pub which dates back to around 1720 secondly to rate St Peters beers that you wouldn’t ordinarily see in the supermarkets.
This place, less than 5 minutes walk from Farringdon tube, is pretty small and you can seat around 40 people and maybe fit another 15 or so in standing in around the bar and by the stairs to the toilet. Get here after 5/5.15pm on most evenings and you will struggle to grab a seat.
Service was attentive and prompt on my most recent visit (29th Oct ’12).
Like no other pub in London. The interior is very plain, all exposed, unpainted wood. Slightly cramped with a small bar, this is not a place for big crowds. Thankfully there are some nice wooden benches outside. The range tends to include the general St. Peters offerings, but on occasion they will have a less generic beer. Prices are good. Definitely worth visiting.
Nice atmosphere and THE place in London to try some St. Peters beer. I was looking forward to try the "To Cream Stout" cask conditioned. A good beer, but I have to face it; I am really not a big fan of St. Peters beers... (Visited February 15th 2013)
Pokey little place that pours St Peters beers. This place has always been bust during my visits. The bar staff / local residents are pretty chill about letting you spill out into the street in front of the pub, so it’s a decent shout for a drink in warm weather. On my last visit, there were about 10 St Peters beers available, mostly on Keg. Prices are a bit dear. Service is dependable. No Wifi offered. OK spot.