An OK Nicholson’s pub. Upscale vibe. Eight casks on the go, but two were off during my Friday evening visit. Some interesting kegs, including Tiny Rebel, Firestone-Walker and Meantime. Bottles are mostly macro with Roosters and BrewDog providing a small spark. Friendly and efficient service. OK value. One of the better pubs in the immediate vicinity, but not a must-visit.
Visited this place a number of times when I used to work on Sackville Street just up the road. This is a small pub but always busy in the week with suits from the various offices around here so it may be standing room only until the masses decide to finally head home. It’s also just off Piccadilly so the odd tourist will venture in here too although it feels more genuine than the tourist joints at the top end of Piccadilly.. It’s well decked out in a traditional style as you’d expect from a Nicholson pub and there’s a fine selection of real ales available too.
Happened to be across from my hotel during a family vacation. Friendly and decent enough English pub. I lucked out as a beer festival is one and I also tried a beer from Jersey, a first for me. Prices ridiculously low.
A Nicholson’s pub located at the bottom over Dover St near the Ritz. Nothing particularly special but handy to know for the location as it always has a fairly wide selection of cask ales and is one of the few non-obnoxious places to get a late evening pint in the area.