London Travel Guide



London pubs have been a vital part of the British society since centuries now. People visit the capital city from business as well as from leisure point of view, however there are times when you are simply tired of all day work or shopping, so this is the best time to visit any of the amazing pubs as you will find them all over the city. The capital city features plenty of traditional pubs ranging from small taverns to several well maintained opulent establishments. These are an important part of the cities personality and along with all kinds of drinks; they almost serve every kind of snacks that goes well with the drinks.

After a tiring day after work or shopping, you can just drop in at any of the London gastro pubs for some swift pints of wine or any alcoholic drinks preferred. No matter what your taste for a drink or ambience is, a pub in the capital city offers everything for all kinds of customers. Here are some of the capital’s most famous pubs attracting large crowds.

The Sherlock Holmes Pub:
This establishment has a bar on the ground floor with an ideal covered roof garden area and is one of the most well known pubs in England. It’s quite popular for its large Sherlock Holmes statue. The upstairs area is a restaurant and is quiet full with locals and tourists as well. Those who want to come and enjoy a drink in the tranquillity must visit this famous pub in London. 

The Harwood Arms
This London pub is in Fulham featuring a lovely blend of music and drinks. It is the first London pub that is to be awarded a Michelin Star. Other than drinks, the pub serve locally produced food which includes variety of dishes. The head chef at the pub adds his own flavour and a unique touch. It offers a blend of wonderful wine list along with a great guest service.
Anchor and Hope
From outside, it looks like an average pub; however this pub in Waterloo is one of the amazing and the most popular gastro pubs in London. The pub serves amazing food and follows a no booking policy. The guests are entertained on first come first serve basis. So, in order to avoid queuing, you need to turn up early. 

The Engineer
It’s an ideal place to relax in the tranquil environment after a long day shopping. The venue combines freshly prepared season food with an opulent range of drinks served. Variety of modern British dishes is being served including a complete English breakfast at the restaurant. The venue also plays a host and caters to private parties for up to 30 guests; however it’s available on request. 

The Garrison
This independent gastro pub is situated near London Bridge featuring a stylish and an electric decor with a friendly staff reflecting its own unique styling and individuality. The pub is open 7 days a week for meals. The venue boasts of its warm environment along with the best food and drinks available.