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The Ten Bells
Today 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
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84 Commercial St London E1 6LY, United Kingdom
84 Commercial StGBE1 6LY
+44 20 7366
££Gastropub, PubToday 12:00 pm – 1:00 am
Monday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amThursday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amFriday 12:00 pm – 1:00 amSaturday 12:00 pm – 12:00 amSunday 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
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19th-century pub with 21st-century Spitalfields mural, Victorian tiles and restaurant upstairs.- Google
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Malcolm Tucker
reviewed 4 months ago
Looking for somewhere to have a quiet pint? You'd be better off in a Syrian A&E unit. Full of city boys talking about Jack the Ripper. I had to get steamed on Jagermeister just to stop myself performing a reenactment for them. The staff are all greasy, hairy italian waiter types, but I got laddered ok, so it gets 2 stars.
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John Hawkins
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nice Victorian tiling but other than that the chrome beer taps and hipster clientele make this pub feel very modern. Not exactly my sort of thing.
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Simeon Paterson
reviewed 11 months ago
It's sadly true that the pubs in London's hipster districts are baby unfriendly. Perhaps the kids working in them are too cool to admit that they were once newborns too. But that doesn't excuse it, and it certainly doesn't give them a reason to be jerks about it. 'I'm terribly sorry but...' might be a good way to start a sentence saying you are not going to allow a group of thirsty customers with plenty of cash to come into your pub because they have a baby in tow, even though there is plenty of space for them in the corner of the room. 'No kids in here!', uttered by a staff member who looked like he was barely old enough to drink himself, is not. I'd already bought a couple of pints in here by the time my friends and their kid arrived (served with a sigh when I had the nerve to ask them to describe their ale selection). They'll be the last. Oh, and the toilets are unpleasant and the real ale selection limited. Two from the Truman brewery down the road -- how original -- and Bombardier -- groan...
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Katie Glass
reviewed 5 months ago
The Ten Bells is infamous for being connected to two of Jack the Ripper's victims, and it's dark exterior still gives off slightly sinister vibes. Once inside however, it's much more welcoming - cosy seats, friendly staff and rather interesting rickety graffiti'd walls going downstairs!
shane sweeney
reviewed 7 months ago
A great vibrant, friendly pub which also serves delicious food upstairs. The Buttermilk chicken and mains of beef rump was amazing. A Good place for friends to meet and mingle.
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Hugh Lindsay
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nice pub and the tile is beautiful, but it's rather plain otherwise.