Fully restored Victorian pub with simple but laudable goals: "a good, honest pint, a friendly face and quality food".
The Gunmakers reviews
Very rude manager, unwelcoming and unfriendly. Do not go near this place.
by kkjkk, 18 Jul 2008
Good ambience but much overrated as a gastropub. Despite a short menu, they still had 30% of items unavailable. Unwelcoming and truly ordinary.
by johnearl, 27 Jul 2007
Nice pub, but food is definitely too expensive for pub food. Have had the same dishes in good restaurants for cheaper prices.
by Adrian Moss, 24 May 2007
This is a fab bolthole in Clerkenwell with a switched on landlord, decent ales and a superb and varied menu.
An intimate, old fashioned pub with a cast of regulars and yet a welcome for all. Enjoy!
by Phil the Greek, 02 Dec 2006
This is one of London's true gems, hidden away down a seedy back street across the road from the trendy fashion house 'Ben Sherman'. It's a very English pub, with great people and great beer. Food's too expensive though - but hey, we can't all be perfect!
by Anonymous, 09 Dec 2005
Very good pub to go to, with lovely food and good service.
by Paddy Dave, 25 Nov 2005
Sshh, don't let this little gem out of the bag! Just a really, really good boozer with staff who care about their food and drink.
by Mellington, 23 Sep 2005
Great food in a warm friendly atmosphere, a gem of a pub well worth discovering!
by Anonymous, 17 Mar 2005
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