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The Royal Oak
Today 12:00 – 9:00 PM
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44 Tabard St London SE1 4JU United Kingdom
44 Tabard StreetGBGreater LondonLondonSE1 4JU
+44 20 7357
PubToday 12:00 – 9:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 – 9:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 PM
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"A quiet, little local pub with very friendly staff and supposedly good food."
"Unpretentious, straightforward, well kept Harvey's ale."
"Had one of the best pub meals I've ever had here."
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Russel Smith
8 months ago
After wandering around for an hour going in to pubs where half the tables sat empty but "reserved" we ended up back almost where we started and in the Royal Oak. There were 8 of us and the pub was busy but we had gotten a space at the bar and a couple of stools. Were we delighted when the barman allowed us to use an upstairs room. We had it all to ourselves, it was fantastic! Beer is very well kept Harvey's from Sussex and; compared to the scary prices in some other pubs in the area; cheap. The pub itself is small but perfectly formed and although we only snacked on some chips and a couple of sandwiches, the food looked good. Will certainly go back there again.
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Edward Hughes
9 months ago
Went there for Sunday lunch with my choir after a service at nearby St. George's church. The staff were so friendly and accommodating - they rearranged the whole upstairs room so we fitted in! And the food - what a feast! Between us we had everything from duck to game pie, all freshly cooked with tons of vegetables. The food was served very quickly, and we washed it down with a few bottles of great value South African red wine. The whole meal was astonishingly well priced, working out at only £15 a head. I can't imagine getting anything better value or more filling within a mile radius! We will definitely be returning for another wonderful lunch next time we sing a Sunday morning at St. George's - thoroughly recommended.
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Ben Blackburn
a year ago
Cracking place. Unpretentious, straightforward, well kept Harvey's ale. Friendly and efficient staff. Lovely old building and good atmosphere, no TV or music. Solid Sunday lunch, plenty of it, good flavour, no unnecessary frills.
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Joel Lieberman
11 months ago
Small, quaint pub, walking distance from Borough Market yet not overrun by tourists. Friendly, caring staff and good beer. Wish I'd stayed there longer!. We visited London for four days and this was easily my favourite pub.
Daniel Graifer
4 months ago
A true local pub with lovely specialist beers on the pumps (Harvey &Son - 1790). We didn't try the food, but the bar girl was very friendly & helpful. Very relaxed, mostly locals enjoying a pint with friends.
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Christopher Wold
6 months ago
A great place for a quiet pint by yourself or with a couple of friends. Mostly full of people content to have a chat with a mate or a read of the paper. Really nice beer--it's a Harvey's pub after all. I've not tried the food, but I hear great things. And the menu on the chalkboard promises good stuff. I'll certainly be back.
David Appleton
5 months ago
Just a great pub with an atmosphere that's seems lost to most drinking establishments. Go there!
Perry Kadeem
7 months ago
A great pub for fans very attractive interior and exterior, and food was delicious good too!!!