Time Out says
Temple isn’t the kind of area you’d expect to find a basement beer ’n’ ribs joint: this is wine bar territory if there ever was one. But in among the law courts, olde-worlde Pepysian pubs and fancy new plonk purveyors, a set of stairs leads down to craft beer nirvana. At Temple Brew House you can find a wicked selection of keg and bottled beers from all over the shop – even sold in 2/3rds of a pint, which is novel for this part of town – as well as a good selection of own-brewed beers on cask. If you can ignore the endless throng of types who line the bar (par for the course round here), it’s a pretty great place for a central London tipple.
46 Essex Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 12pm-11pm, Thu 12pm-11.30pm, Fri-Sat 12pm-12am, Sun 12pm-10.30pm|
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Users say (7)
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My husband booked this place a month in advance. After a redeye on out first night in London we walked 20 minutes in the rain, only to be turned away at 7PM because they do not allow children. My kids are 15 and 18 and as New Yorkers it never occurred to us that kids are not welcome! The webpage, open table and the confirmation email said nothing about this. We were hungry and tired and there are NO OTHER RESTAURANTS open nearby as this is a business district. It took an hour in the rain to find another place. Temple Brew, thank you very little for ruining the first night of our trip.
Great spacious chilled out bar/pub with an impressive beer selection. Staff are knowledgable and friendly. The food is pricey for the quality although the chips are good and the sharing platters are great for groups
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