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Can't imagine future generations will be drinking in the Theresa May! There are many pubs in the Bloomsbury area, nearly all decent. The Lord John Russell is on the "proper pub" end of the spectrum. I had a decent pint of Bombardier and enjoyed the...More
Popped in for a couple of drinks during a recent visit to London
Friendly staff and really good atmosphere, just a pity they didn’t do food on the evening otherwise we would have spent much longer they
Good example of what a British pub should...More
If any of you are Seinfeld fans, this might be the Bloomsbury version of the soup fellow/beer fellow. It had a good local atmosphere. The fish and chips were good and the double cheeseburger was as well. Beer was fine – some local brews. The...More
I always stay in Cartwright Gardens, and this is a great pub one block away. Great service, good prices, good beer and liquor selection. They make a fish and chips with a gluten free coating that I was frankly leary of trying. What a surprise...More
We travel to and through London on a regular basis, but no visit is complete without a visit to the Lord Russell Pub on Marchmont. Other pubs in the area, while good, have upscale themselves, and all look much the same. The Lord Russell Pub...More
Dinner tonight at Lord John Russell.
Decided on the Sunday Roast Beef with all the trimmings: Yorkshire pudding baked to perfection, creamy mash, crisp roast potatoes, pumpkin mash, sweet carrots, beans and a wicked horseradish sauce with a divine brown gravy. We ordered a plate...More
Visited here before seeing a band up the road, we were pleasantly surprised! We didn't go outside... But the garden looks amazing, the drinks were well priced, the good was great and the best bit..... Every table has a game! There were people playing buckaroo...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and