Fox

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Old Street

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Fox © Monica Roche

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  • Address:

    Fox 28 Paul Street
    London
    EC2A 4LB

  • Venue phone:

    020 7729 5708

  • Venue website:

    www.thefoxpublichouse.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-11pm Mon-Fri; 6-11pm Sat; noon-5pm Sun. Food served noon-3pm, 6-10pm Mon-Fri; 6-10pm Sat; noon-4pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Old Street tube/rail

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Alex Mc

Love this boozer, chat to the staff while they pour you a pint then spill out onto the street and soak up the atmosphere, lack of music splits our group but friendly service and more than decent food wins the day!

Richard Carter

Well maintained real ales and a decent wine and bar snack menu have kept our office in the bar way too late many a time! Venturing upstairs for their early dining offer: gratefully a decent selection from their a la carte menu, we started with some tasty home made bread, well prepared morcilla & a nice take on mushrooms on toast with a fried egg. Mains were generous and well presented, my partners lamb stew was rich, meaty and tender, my roasted hake with black cabbage was equally so. We skipped deserts but at £12.50 per person + drinks and service we left happily fully and not too light in the pocket!

Jamie Salt

My partner has mentioned trying this Shoreditch boozer after work for a while now, so we thought it was about time to take a closer look at what we had seen through the window after cycling past. Tuesday, 6:30pm and the bar was bustling with drinkers and diners alike, a solid choice of well looked after draft beers (Star, Becks, Hoegarrden to name a few) and some cracking real ale (Thanks to the barman for letting me try them all!) kept us occupied until the food arrived. No bought in/reheated food here; my lamb steak was juicy, well cooked and served with the care and attention the cut of meat deserved. My partner ordered pork belly from the bar menu; which was crispy and accompanied with a tasty bean stew. No room for deserts but the atmosphere and friendly staff kept us in for a glass of well sourced malbec before we pedalled off into the damp roads of Shoreditch. Looking for the toilets (there in the basement btw) I had a sneaky look at the upstairs dining room and will most certainly be coming back! Food 8/10 Atmosphere 8/10 (bar) Value for money 9/10