The Mitre (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 24 Craven Terrace / Lancaster Gate / London / W2 3QM / England / Tel: 020 7262 5240
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 ... more
Customer The Mitre (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 160 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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