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We had just completed a Fat Tire bike tour. We came across this place as we walked back to Grosvenor Square. There is an active pub scene but we ate in the back. I liked my burger and my Guinness. We shared some of the...More
Today I had the unfortunate experience of visiting The Swan. I found the overall ambience most pleasing and the beer pleasant. However, I made the unfortunate mistake of choosing the Chicken Sandwich on white bread with a “handful” of chips (some body has...More
We were reluctantly seated in a corner table in the upstairs dining room. We were ignored from that point on. After about 20 minutes no one even bothered to take our drink order let alone our dinner order. The restaurant was at most half full....More
£5.75 for a pint!! And I’m from Dublin ! What an absolute joke ! Forgetting the extortionate price of a pint, they didn’t even have cappuccino, I settled for two latte and I’m not messing, they tasted like the Nescafé sachet’
We stayed in the...More
I used to frequent this pub some years ago, on a regular basis. However, my opinion changed. I initially enjoyed the novelty value of a man named David playing the piano in the back bar each evening - appeal to tourists. I went there regularly...More
Have you heard the landlord (Stewart I think) sing?
Pay £10's for the Albert Hall or even more for a cruise ship :-) but here its free - this guy's modulation is simply awesome.
From Frank to Roy O - you'd think they were there....More
Recommended by Staff at our Hotel for a visit. Came back on our second night too. Good beer and good wine. Able to find seats outside which was lovely. Very lively and very friendly. Door staff were friendly and good humoured as was the landlord....More