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Traditional pub with oak panelled interior serving cask real ales, bottled beers and ciders.- Google
People talk about covent garden, lion king, somerset house, two floors and minute walk
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reviewed in the last week
Well it's a Sam Smiths so expect slightly cheaper beers in here - although the difference in price between Sam Smith's has vanished very quickly over the last few years. Also you'll be lucky to get a seat in here, but one of the only pubs in this little area so if you happen to be right here and want a beer then it'll do.
reviewed 7 months ago
One of the finer Sam Smith pubs. A little hidden away or saturated by tourist pubs, this place remains undisturbed by the theatre crowd. Nice period features on the ground floor, the upstairs has plenty more room without the character. Also, you usual good standard of Sam Smith beers and ales
reviewed 6 months ago
This is a decent pub and has all the oak pannelling you would want . as a sam smiths its also good on the wallet. I've been here a few times but never as the place I have stayed at for the entire night. It gets busy but not rammed however if you dont want to stand you can book tables and booths. Its a great place to meet and catch up and chat, with okay but not outstanding pub grub. its certainly not a destination pub but then it doesn't pretend to be that.
reviewed a year ago
A Sam Smith's pub, the Lyceum Tavern is a favourite amongst students from across the road at King's and LSE. It's often busy, but the vibe is good and the drinks are a decent price. Get there earlier in the evening to nab one of the cosy booths downstairs.