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A welcoming and traditional pub in the bonnie backstreets of Borough, the Britannia is a relaxed spot to dive into the water of life. A vast blackboard lists 130-odd varieties of whisky. There are no descriptions, but if you don’t feel like a lucky dip just ask for a recommendation. Your fellow dram drinkers might be post-pitch footballers in full kit from the nearby five-a-side complex, or pint-sipping surgeons and off-duty orderlies from Guy’s Hospital up the road. The whisky's a democratic selection, with most drams landing in the five-to-ten-pound field. There are a few rarer examples though (Linlithgow, Mosstowie) and a malt of the month.