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I have been here on 3 occasions. This time there was a new Ale on tap, so asked if I could taste before buying. Was told by barman, that he wasn’t allowed to do that. We ended up buying pints anyway. Toilet was a disgrace...More
For many years we've been regular guests at "The Seven Stars" pub. Hardly any vacations in London without paying a visit, which was mainly for the (previously) rich choice of Adnams beers.
The owner, Roxy, has always been quite a character and rest rooms on...More
My first visit to The Seven Stars and I was impressed by this small pub.
My Adnams beer was nice, what a pity that I had just eaten the menu looked tempting.
I will return when I next visit the area to sample the food...More
At the back of the Royal Courts and frequented by those who work in the world of law. This is small old pub which has a small bar and cafe area plus great ales and places to stand outside on the quiet roads. Oddly we...More
Unique, eccentric awesomeness. Just one of those London Pubs you have to experience I feel compelled to say. Quiet back street that is Carey street, drop off your Boris Bike and fall for Roxy’s charm, booze and delicious scram. Wholeheartedly recommend!
Been here before,popped in yesterday for a quick drink. My son says the Guinness is the best....... The wine was good too, the owner is a delight, Peabody the cat is a little star. Only had drinks but the food looked fabulous, well worth a...More
This could be one of the oldest pubs in London, but if you ask the owner, Roxy, she'll tell you she's been there for 20 years and then walk away. The signage boasts it was built in 1602 and from the looks inside, it could...More
After spending af few hours in the court rooms in the court ( especially the courts of appeal) you neeed a drink and perhaps a snack
The seven stars is just opposite the back entrance to the court in Carey Street and is a wonderfull...More
This is my idea of heaven! A plain, simple, quiet and warm place with first class beer and better than decent food. A place to talk or just to sit and think. The room was graced by a splendid cat called 'Peabody' who was a...More
Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet cobbled lanes for an effect that can be urbane or quaint – or an intriguing blend of both – depending on the particular corner you turn. Due to its especially convenient location, bustling Holborn hosts an excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit practically any taste or budget. With major attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House
as well as popular areas such as Covent Garden and Soho all just a short walk away, Holborn is a smart base from which to explore London.