Friday, 23 September 2011

The Black Lion

The Black Lion

123 Bays water road Bayswater London w2 JH


According to history the black lion pub was seen in London streets in the mid of 1700 in 18000030 it was used as a recruiting station for "Padding-ton Volunteers" they were formed to support Kingand country from the invasion of Napoleon Bonaparte.

All on one level, this open plan venue has wooden floors in the main bar. The clientele is mainly tourist orientated but there are a few locals who come in on a regular basis. Food is served from a main menu with occasional specials. The favourite dish is Fish & Chips! There is a very good selection of wines to choose from to complement the meal or, if preferred, several real ales to try. Outside there is a seating area to enjoy the summer sun and watch the world go by! Come and try this real pub with its friendly atmosphere when you are next in London.


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(The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

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