The Finest Pubs in London

Author: Kim Jacobs | Last modified on: March 19th, 2015

The capital of England isn’t only home to prominent landmarks and glamorous buildings but to some of the finest public houses in the world. If you are interested into learning which are the finest pubs in the city keep reading because we will present them to you.

The Mayflower is considered by many to be the finest pubs in London. The pub lies on the Thames Path in the district of Rotherhite. The building that houses the Mayflower was built during the 18th century and the best thing about it is that it has been preserved in mint condition throughout the years. Another interesting fact about the Mayflower is that it is located on a site that has always had a pub on it. The pub has a fine dining room which can be found on the second floor of the establishment. The deck of the Mayflower is so close to the river that if the tide is high you will most probably get wet.

The Zeitgeist London is classified as a German gastropub and is situated in the back streets of the district of Lambeth. The pub serves German delicacies, German beer (32 types of bottled beer and 16 types of beer on draught) and is worked by a German staff. Even more if you are a football enthusiast and you particularly like German football then the Zeitgeist London is the perfect place for you.

If you want to visit a more extravagant pub, then you should definitely go to the Sir Richard Steele. The pub is named after the co-founder of the Spectator and is decorated with numerous random signs, sundry knick-knacks and stuffed animals. The public house lies in the district of Hampstead and is a place that you will most certainly remember for the remainder of your life. The Sir Richard Steele also hosts quiz night, comedy shows and music gigs on a regular basis.

Greenwich Union PubAs you can guess on your own the Greenwich Union is located in the world famous area of Greenwich. The pub has a British-menu and serves beers from the close by Meantime Brewery. Aside of offering the traditional types of ale the pub also offers raspberry and chocolate beer which is certainly something that you will want to try.

The last pub that we will present to you is located in the area of Holborn and is called the Princess Louise. The area is home to numerous highly rated public houses but the Princess Louise is beyond any doubt the flagman of the area. The pub has a traditional 19th century Victorian interior and is located in close proximity to the high profile British Museum.

As you can see, London is home to numerous interesting places, so once you move to the capital with the aid of a man with van company, don’t forget to visit at least once of these public houses. Even more you can easily take the man with van company employees to one of these places and buy them a beer in order to show your gratitude for the well done job.

Although we turned your attention towards these five pubs, don’t neglect the other establishments of the city as they are as impressive as these.

About the Author:

Kim Jacobs is a removals coordinator with over 11 years of experience as part of the Get man and van team and other firms in the home and office relocation industry in London. Before joining our company, Kim has worked in various logistical and transportation companies and institutions such as Transport for London, The Removals Ombudsman, and has coordinated moving projects with some of the biggest suppliers of various goods such as IKEA, HomeBase, Amazon, Sainsbury's and others. While working as a chief removals coordinator, Kim also enjoys sharing her expertise with others through writing in our blog.

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