Unlike the last reviews this place had a huge selection of bottles when I went! Like 35 odd. I didn’t have a draught beer but a Beavertown imperial stout. The vibe is a bit ’bary’ rather than pub proper, with dim lights, some music and neon signs but the decor is retro tiling etc and pretty nice. All in all a good little place really. It wasn’t to rammed on a Saturday night and the staff were nice. Not cheap, but no more than other places round there, and the really expensive bottled were all obscure things..
Went but did not have the oysters.
Liked the interior setting, tiled up walls, central bar. About a good dozen taps and some casks. Tried one coffee version of Siren.
Food menu looked really nice, friendly bartender.
SinH4 (231) Garching b. München, Germany | September 6, 2017
Went to this place to get oysters. And yeah, they were great! The beer list is also quite nice, and also sorta fairly priced. Attentive and quick service. Definitely don't miss the oysters here!
Visited on 6th May 2017. Just a couple of mins up the road from Brewdog, this is a single roomed venue with a focus on food and good beer. The decor is quite odd with some lovely old tiling on the walls but some is missing leaving bare brick or concrete but it does, somehow fit in. Quite a decent mix of cask and keg beers with a few unusual beers on keg especially. Prices were a little steep, service was good and quality was good. I sort of liked this place, worthy of a look in.
Seemed very popular, busiest place on our East London crawl. Interesting selection, although while we were visiting most of the crowd didn’t seemed to be beer geeks. Worth visiting at least for a pint.
Looks a bit like the Folies Bergere or something. Hip and happening, with a fistful of pretty good beer choices. Not a premier league venue for beer geeks, but the competition in this area of London is very tough.