I often pop into this pub after work. Good selection of wine and beer and friendly service. However only drawback is it's very popular. Good if you're out with friends and want somewhere with a good buzz about it.
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So we're in London for Claire's birthday day just doing the whole sightseeing thing, thought we'd visit The Ten Bells (I'm a bit of a crime fan) and this was the very place where Jack the Ripper singled out 2 of his victims, firstly it...More
Historical East end pub reportedly where Ripper victims and perhaps Jack himself may have drank. Across from Spitafields market in the Shoreditch neighborhood. Near lots of shopping, restaurants, and nightlife. Good selection of beers on tap.
Went in for a couple of beers with the wife after a stroll around spitalfields market fantastic original tiled interior this is a pub no fancy food here with a selection of real ales wines etc. if you see someone staring at you be careful...More
Came in for drinks as we used to come here when we were living in London. Its been spruced up; and I don't know how but somehow the toilets have lost their special odour: well done there Still busy, an average selection of beers. Nice...More
After wandering around White Chapel to get a feel for the place, we decided to try this Victoria pub. Although the outside has been renovated since the 1880's, the inside still retains much of the feel & flavour and décor of the Victorian age. Loved...More
The ten bells is always one of my favourite meeting places in London. It is always busy with a real buzz downstairs but for a quieter chat the upstairs often has a spare table The selection of beers is worth a visit and they always...More
Visited after a walk around Brick Lane street art on a Sunday, there was a guy sort of DJ ing in the pub with vinyl records and playing some old tunes which was enjoyable. Good range of beers and larger's. Central bar downstairs with plenty...More
Couldn't believe how busy this pub was on a Saturday afternoon opposite old Spitalfields market. Quite a small pub but very friendly staff and the bar area is very small surprised that 3 bar staff can serve behind it. Definitely recommend if you around the...More
Starting off point for a few drinks in and around Spitalfields Market. It was a hot summers day and thankfully there was ample standing room on the walkway outside the pub which, due to the good weather, was packed solid. We managed to squeeze in...More