Lamb and Flag (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... can definitely tell that this is a very old pub, wooden, uneven flooring and low ceilings. There is quite a limited selection of drinks, I am not saying there is nothing to drink but that there is just your average selection, regular spirits and regular beers & ales on tap - if you like your real ales, then this is probably a great place for a jar or two! The closest tube station is Covent Garden, but if you want to go I would highly recommend multi-mapping/street-mapping it, as it is quite difficult to find (either that or I am really bad at finding places!). The pub is set over two floors downstairs (which more often that not ... more
Customer Lamb and Flag (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/03/06 (Very useful, 221 readings)
This pub is about 300 years old (1623) and the oldest pub in Covent Garden (some say it is the oldest pub in London). I first came here in the summer, my boyfriend took me here after a long hard day of shopping! This is apparently a very famous pub and has a rich history. Many a poet and dramatic have been said to have enjoyed a tipple here, and there was even bare-knuckle boxing! Dickens is even said to have drunk here! The most famous story is I think of John Dryden being beaten up in the little alleyway that runs alongside the pub (1679), which goes to Rose Street, when it was known as The Bucket Of Blood, by some men sent by King Charles II because he had ... Read the complete review
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