Famous Pubs and Bars in London
There are many street bars and pubs in London where you can enjoy soft drinks, live music or snacks. We prepared the most famous pubs in London guide for you so that you can decide on one of them when you visit London.
The Kings Arms
The pub in the Waterloo region is one of the pubs that has been chosen as the pub of the year many times. Thai cuisine is famous for its menu of food.
Address: 25 Roupell St, Lambeth, SE1 8TB Phone Number: 44 20 7207 0784
French House Soho
The small but intimate cellar pub, which has the status of a second degree historical building in Soho, used by Charles de Gaulle as a study area during World War II, and frequented by Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon. Food service is only available during the day and beers are served with only 50s.
Address: 49 Dean St, Soho, W1D 5BG Phone Number: 44 20 7437 2477
Lamb & Flag
One of the classic pubs of London where you will have the feeling that nothing has changed when you come after a decade. Charles Dickens is among the regulars of the 1772 pub. It also has the status of a second degree historical building in London.
Address: Lamb & Flag 33 Rose Street Covent Garden WC2E 9EB
Phone Number: 44 20 7497 9504
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese is a second-degree historical pub in London. It was originally opened in the 1500s but was rebuilt right after the great fire in 1666. The pub, where famous writers such as Mark Twain, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Charles Dickens are among the regulars, is like a maze with its stairs and passages.
Address: 145 Fleet St, EC4A 2BU Phone Number: 44 20 7353 6170
It is known as the oldest in London among pubs on the banks of the River Thames. It was founded in 1620. With its wooden tables and chairs, magnificent river view, it is a place that has its own stories.
Address: 117 Rotherhithe St, Rotherhithe, SE16 4NF Phone Number: +44 20 7237 4088
The Anchor Bankside
It’s a classic English pub in a 1615-year-old building on the edge of the River Thames, at the end of Borough Market, but its location is a bit touristy to try. There is also a terrace overlooking the Thames River.
Address: 34 Park Street London SE1 9EF Phone Number: +44 20 7407 1577
Popular Street Pubs and Bars in London
The Water Poet
The most popular pub in the Shoreditch region. Although the front side looks like a classic eating and drinking area, when you move towards the rear, it has a very sweet garden. The award-winning Sunday Roast (traditional British Sunday dinner) Calendar is an eventful place: Football Matches, parties, themed events, barbecue parties in the summer garden, etc.
Address: 9-11 Folgate St, Spitalfields, London E1 6BX Phone Number: +44 20 7426 0495
The Queens Pub and Dining
One of the best in the Crouch End area, just behind Primrose Hill. A place where locals usually come. One feels at home in the wood-based floral decoration and fireplace environment. Artisan beers and food are very successful.
Address: 26 Broadway Parade, Crouch End, London N8 9DE
Phone Number: +44 20 8340 2031
Hoxley & Porter
A nostalgic cocktail bar with palm trees, vintage wallpapers, uniformed employees, dim lighting, and 19th century colonial architectural decoration in Islington, one of London’s most luxurious districts. There is a great cocktail menu with a thousand and one options. Prices are a bit expensive. A cocktail costs around 16 Pounds. The right address for those who are bored with beer.
Address: 153 Upper St, Islington, London N1 1RA Phone Number: +44 20 7226 1375
The Albion Pub
This place is actually more than a night place, it is a neighborhood pub where Islington residents enjoy a beer in the garden on Sunday, and families with children stop by for brunch or Sunday roast while returning from Sunday walks. It gets so crowded on Sundays that it’s easy to find a place neither on the porch nor in the backyard. It has a peaceful, calm atmosphere. So much so that sometimes there are even wedding organizations here. Their food is very successful.
Address: 10 Thornhill Rd, Islington, London N1 1HW Phone Number: +44 20 7607 7450
John Salt Bar
A neighborhood bar famous for its artisan beers and cocktails from the Islington area. The delicious tile bar is very popular, so they start to take reservations after 22:00 in the evening. Who gets it before that time.
Address: 131 Upper St, London N1 1QP Phone Number: +44 20 3437 0634
The Washington Bar
Everything you would expect from a classic British neighborhood pub is here. Great pub food, nostalgic and warm atmosphere, friendly service, artisan beers… It is mostly frequented by locals in the Belsize neighborhood. There are live jazz sessions every Sunday after 7.30.
Address: 50 England’s Ln, London NW3 4UE Belsize Phone Number: +44 20 7722 8842
Dinarama Street Feast
This is the food and beverage pub of Street Feast located in an old truck warehouse in Shoreditch, where you can find all the street flavors in London. It is an incredibly popular place and deserves all this attention to the fullest. It is open from 5 pm to 1 pm, from Thursday to Saturday. A paradise where you can find everything from American barbecue stands, Mexican taco stands, Chinese food to Italian pizza. The most enjoyable is to try everything little by little and share it in the middle because it is very difficult to choose from all the flavors. You sit on long shared tables, on barrels and benches that serve as standing tables. If you arrive before 7 pm, the entrance is free but after 7 pm, you pay 3 pounds per person.
Address: 19 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3EJ Phone Number: 44 20 3931 1270