The Mitre (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... for central London), and a J2O (I don't like to start drinking too early in the evening!). One friend ordered the venison burger & chips, while another ordered a steak sandwich and chips, and the two others ordered the ribs. Other traditional pub fayre was on the menu and I would say there's something for everyone. The food arrived promptly, with Erykah's venison burger & chips and Nicky's steak sandwich & chips arriving on what looked like thick wooden chopping board slabs - a nice touch. The chips had been cooked with their skins on and were delicious, as was the fish with it's thin layer of beer batter (I'm not supposed ... more
Customer The Mitre (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 137 readings)
While stopping at the London Guards Hotel in Lancaster Gate, London, my friends & I (5 of us in total) were on the look out for some pub grub on a Friday evening. We'd noted that the Mitre was just a couple of streets away from Craven Terrace and so decided to give it a go. The Mitre is set on the corner of Craven Terrace and Lancaster Mews, and is a Grade II listed Youngs pub. The Mitre is a proper British pub (with lovely etched glass in doors and dividers) and was quite busy as it was nearly 6pm on a Friday evening. However, we were lucky enough to find ourselves a couple of tables to sit the 5 of us (and another friend who joined us later) in the Snug ... Read the complete review
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