Beautifully preserved 16th-c coaching inn, with lots of tables in bustling courtyard to take in the galleried exterior. Read more.
Up to ten unusual real ales in very popular, properly pubby place opening at 6am for workers at neighbouring market Read more.
Very good food in bustling modern gastropub; it does get busy and sometimes noisy - all part of the atmosphere Read more.
Unusual conversion of former fire station, with lively after-work atmosphere (it does get crowded then), and good food all day Read more.
New licensees for popular gastropub, imaginative cooking, good range of drinks, and the feel of a proper local in front bar Read more.
Under new owners and refurbished throughout, a good mix of drinkers and diners, thoughtful choice of beers, wines and imaginative modern food, and seats in attractive back garden Read more.
Trail-blazing organic pub with carefully sourced, imaginative food, excellent range of unusual drinks, and a nice, chatty atmosphere with the feel of a comfortably upmarket local Read more.
London's original gastropub is busy and noisy, with gutsy Mediterranean cooking, a couple of real ales and quite a few wines by the glass Read more.
A London favourite, delightfully atmospheric, even at its busiest, with full range of splendid St Peters beers, good lunchtime food, and helpful staff Read more.
Dramatically converted former bank building, with gleaming chandeliers in impressive, soaring bar, well kept Fullers beers, and good pies Read more.
Much bigger than it looks, soaked in history, with lots of warmly old-fashioned rooms, cheap Sam Smiths beer, and a convivial atmosphere Read more.
Pub of the Year from the 2010 Good Pub Guide - it doesn't get better than that! Read more.