Olde worlde pub serving traditional British food with changing seasonal dishes. No TV or music, just lively conversation. This beautifully preserved, Grade II listed Victorian pub still has the colourful etched glass snob screens in place above the bar. These frosted glass screens were popular in the 1890s and hid the customer from the publican when they ordered their drinks, but the hinges still allowed the the bar staff to check on the customers without disturbing their privacy.
With one of Bloomsbury's best kept secrets in the form of our beautiful art deco inspired Empire Bar & dining room, offering a contemporary yet chic area to unwind & chill with laid back tunes whilst enjoying the finest locally sourced dishes complemented by cocktails to sip , fine wines & craft beers all served to your table.
The glorious history of the pub and the area is also commemorated by an original working polyphon in the pub (the predecessor to the gramophone) and sepia prints of music hall players. Built around 1729, this quaint venue celebrates its roots in the local community and remains a warm, friendly location for families and close friends alike.
Completing the experience, the seasonal menu of exquisite dishes and wide selection of cold drinks offers guests the perfect way to unwind after a long day. With seared fish, condiment filled burgers and a selection of roast dinners, come Sunday, expect to leave this Bloomsbury based pub a fair few pounds heavier.
- Drinks Tastings
- Drinkonomical £
- No Door Charge
- Over 18
- No queues normally
The Lamb, 94, Lamb's Conduit Street, West End, WC1N 3LZ