London Gastropubs Overview

The Mitre - Gastropub in London

Everyone knows there’s no shortage of pubs in London, but sometimes you want the cozy comfort of great food that goes beyond just fish & chips, and that’s where London gastropubs come into play.

With warm interiors and often casual vibes, the gastropubs of London make it easy to spend an afternoon or a whole day relaxing with a few pints and a few plates of delicious fare. If you want music to go with your experience, it doesn’t get much better than The Old Queen’s Head, which plays host to regular up-and-coming DJs and bands and also holds lots of hedonistic parties. The Admiral Codrington – locally known as The Cod – is a charming and traditional black-and-white gastropub located on a posh side street in South Kensington, while The Rocket in Camden Town serves dangerously cheap beer, pub games, pop music, and tons of sports.

From the historic and centuries old Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese to the nearly as historic Wenlock Arms to the bustling Irish pub O’Neill’s, London gastropubs are as diverse in feel and patrons as one would expect from such a cosmopolitan metropolis.

You won’t run out of options exploring the many gastropubs in London, but you might run out of time, so get your gullet ready and get out there!

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