The Slaughtered Lamb’s expansive main room is centred on a busy bar counter, surrounded by mismatched tables and chairs, and the odd slouchy sofa. It’s a popular place, with punters queuing two deep.
The bar is large enough to accommodate an impressive array of taps (Paulaner, Camden Hells, Red Stripe, Directors, Bombardier, Erdinger, Sleeman Pale Ale); behind it, the fridges are packed with bottles of Pacifico, Brooklyn Lager and others.
The menu sticks to classic crowd-pleasers, as does the compact wine list. Old portraits and maps of Britain complete the decor, while downstairs a somewhat menacing, Masonic-looking red neon pentangle is the backdrop for gigs.
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We've been several times to this place for lunch. Today we were disgusted to see the bar staff playing with dogs when serving our food. Not going back.
Love this place! Been twice - once for drinks and to check out the venue. Just went last night to see a gig and it was great. The beer list is extensive and the food was also excellent and such a good value.