The Coal Hole
The Coal Hole is a traditional British pub sitting in the heart of London.
Situated in a Grade II listed venue that was reportedly the site used by the Savoy Hotel to store its black coals. You won't be able to escape the sense of history at this amazing pub, with its dedication to upholding traditional values and restoring the beautiful old fixtures. This British character is reflected in the hospitality shown by The Coal Hole staff as well as the amazing historic building; whenever you pop by for a pint the barmen and women will always be on hand with a friendly hello.
The selection of real ales and beers on tap is where this bar really excels though, with guests ales from all over Great Britain meaning that you don't have to travel far for a new drinking experience or taste of a new culture. Similarly, the pub food served by The Coal Hole shows the sense of tradition that the pub loves, with the classic dishes like fish and chips or bangers and mash a favourite with regulars. If you want a real sense of what pubs used to be like in the old days, then head down to The Coal Hole for a lazy afternoon full of great pints and great people.
- After work drinks , Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates
- Embankment, Central London
- Happily Affordable ££
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- No Door Charge
- 18 for
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The Coal Hole, 91, The Strand, WC2R ODW