Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... could be mistaken on first entering the pub that it is the smallest you have ever come across! Two small snugs and a bar barely 6 foot wide. However you must keep going deeper and deeper into the caverns where you will find ever more and ever larger rooms and bars culminating in a vast room, 3 levels down, which is where the "action" is! In between you will find cosy snugs and booths, apparently hewn into bedrock (though I suspect it has more to do with the old wine cellar arches and some plaster work) meaning that the Cheshire is very adaptable for a range of uses whether it be an intimate drink with your lover, a discrete chat w... more
Customer Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 164 readings)
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese is a gem of a pub (if you'll forgive the erroneous use of "Ye" - technically that reads "You Old Cheshire Cheese", which could I suppose be an 18th century expletive but I think perhaps not...) Located in the hustle and bustle of Fleet Street, it's easy to walk past, and just as easy to not find the door! There has, apparently, been a public drinking establishment on this site since 1538 though that current incumbent makes good use of the Victorian wooden panelling and lack of natural light creating a lovely, cosy atmosphere. You could be mistaken on first entering the pub that it is the smallest you have ... Read the complete review
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