Look around this traditional boozer, displaying heraldic shields, royals through the ages in playing-card form, and pictures of the England touring cricket team to Australia in 1978-79, and you’d be hard pushed to guess that this was where Bob Dylan made one of his first London appearances.
It still has a monthly folk night but most come to this dark, expansive saloon for the range of beers, which includes St Austell Tribute, Sharp’s Doom Bar, Adnam’s and San Miguel. Whiskies – Macallan 10, Laphroaig and Glenmorangie all by the optic – are another speciality. Sport broadcasts from a TV on the back wall – it’s not a bad place to watch the Saturday results unfold in peace and quiet.
Food includes scampi and chips, and steak-and-kidney pudding, and sales are rung up on an old copper cash register.
|Venue name:||King & Queen||Contact:|
1 Foley Street
|Opening hours:||Open 11am-11pm Mon-Fri; noon-11pm Sat; 7-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-2.30pm Mon-Fri|
|Transport:||Tube: Goodge Street tube|
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