Although the pound sterling empties our pockets quickly, one cannot escape from London without having made a “pub crawl” - it is said of the act of going from one bar to the other crawling on the floor - and since we will be unable to make it aware of where Come on, here we propose a list of the most beautiful pubs in London to facilitate the tour:
- Argyll Arms, 18 Argyll Street, Soho
The pub is designed in Victorian style with beautiful compartments separated by crystals. It is one of the areas with more leisure activity in Oxford Circus and is always full of tourists and people returning from shopping. The interior is decorated beautifully and they say that if the pub was moved half a mile further north it would be perhaps the best pub in the world.
- Dover Castle, 43, Weymouth Mews
It is close to the embassies of Portland Place although by contrast it looks more like a quaint town pub. The interior offers a relaxed atmosphere with photographs of old cricket players hidden under the dust. They have their own Sam Smith brewery at good prices. A good place to have a beer quietly just five minutes from Oxford Circus.
- The Windmill, 6-8 Mill St Westminster
It is a well-known pub surrounded by Regent Street. They have won a lot of awards for their cakes and special dishes. English-style food of good quality and heavy as ever.
- Dog & Duck, 18 Bateman Street
This little pub in Soho has a special atmosphere. The walls are covered by green and yellow tiles, the light flickers and the wooden stairs seem taken from a museum. If you climb the stairs you access a room ready to eat. It is called the Orwell room in memory of the famous writer due to his frequent visits to the pub in his time.