194 Fleet St, London EC4A 2LT, UK – 020 7430 2255
Tastefully converted pub in a gorgeous old building. Beer was very well kept and priced accordingly with the area. Visited around 19:00 on Saturday and the pub was fairly quiet, although well staffed. The only reason I hesitated on giving 5 stars was there were several tables uncleared with empty glasses still present. Staff seemed to mill around on the bar and considering the pub was very quiet I felt a little more attention could have been paid to tidying tables instead. Overall though would definitely return and recommend.
A nice pub. In a good central location, yet not as busy as most pubs in the area. Quick service. Beautiful building and with a fairly decent sized beer garden out the back. Even on a Friday night mid summer there was space to sit, yet still a good atmosphere.
10-12 Leadenhall Market, London EC3V 1LR, UK – 020 7626 2454
The cheese pub. Beer and meat and cheese. And tom the goose. And smells. Honestly, it great - the cure to chain pubs and blue-suit filled bars of the city
The most pleasant surprise in London! Came across this gem when we were walking to ST. Paul's Cathedral. I had a hard time choosing which beer to drink, so the kind waiters just offered me a few samples for free. Had a great chat with them and ordered a really nice snack (roast beef).
84 Commercial St, London E1 6LY, UK – 020 7247 7532
Trusted friend told me he was asked to leave once he bought a drink and got his own pack of crisps out. Will soon see for myself if this is actually the case. It sounds odd that any single staff member in a busy pub would find the time or energy to stalk their customers this way over something like it... though it's occasionally happened to myself in other places. Will update my review when I've checked it out. EDIT: been there. Was great. Decent, reasonable staff. Although I didn't deliberately try provoking anyone by bringing my own crisps either.
Awesome Pub with super friendly bar service! We were doing a mini pub crawl and trying to hit a half dozen spots that night, and Ten Bells was definitely one of the best! The Bar staff recommended the razorback and now I'll do the same as it was a deliciously smooth beer worth trying. This place is highly recommended.