This popular Camden boozer pays homage to Victorian military man David Fawcett, who apparently died in one of the rooms upstairs. He was partial to a snifter or two of gin, so there's plenty of scope to get stuck into his favourite tipple - there are more than 60 varieties of mother's ruin on offer.
Outside of that impressive collection of gin there's a decent range of craft beers on tap and by the bottle, complemented by a short wine list and a good selection of cocktails ranging from classic concoctions to those of a more adventurous bent - you can even create your own, should you wish. Unsurprisingly, gin plays a lead role on this list, too.
The food menu ranges from The Colonel Fawcett Burger (with smoked bacon, chilli jam, apple wood-smoked cheddar and fries) to onglet steaks, a wild Hereford venison casserole and sea bream with clams and a white bean and herb ragu. The Sunday roast is award-winning.