Located a stone's throw away from Trafalgar Square, the Harp provides guests with a traditional British ale house experience, focusing on drinks far more than food.
47 Chandos Place
From Sunday Roasts to craft beers, the award-winning CASK Pub and Kitchen serves traditional British gastro-pub food accompanied by a pint of beer.
6 Charlwood Street
Though located a little way away from other attractions in the area, the Gladstone Arms pub remains one of the best pubs in London.
64 Lant Street
Pub, bar, restaurant — all of these labels apply to Lord Nelson, and their beer and burgers demonstrate their leading status in all three.
243 Union Street
Situated near the famous Borough Market, Boro Bistro is a tiny slice of France in the heart of London.
6-10 Borough High Street
A Scottish establishment with a lively atmosphere, Boisdale of Belgravia is a lively venue to enjoy some Whisky and an indulgent cigar.
15 Eccleston Street
With a history that could be traced back to the 16th Century, Ye Olde Mitre is a historic pub that takes traditional pub-keeping very seriously.
1 Ely Court
Located away from tourist spots in Greenwich, The Greenwich Union is an amazing bar with beers from its own brewery.
56 Royal Hill
The Fox and Anchor is a classy masculine pub that serves up an amazing twist on a traditional full English breakfast.
115 Charterhouse Street
Dingy and lively, the Crobar and their extensive selection of bourbons manage to amass rockers from all over.
17 Manette Street