Sunday, 25 September 2011

The Round Table

The Round Table

Nearest Tube Station-----Leicester Square:Northern and Piccadilly Lines
In the 18th Century , the neigbourhood of St Martin:s Lane was the resort of "horsey and fighting men".It was in the taverns that these men met and arranged historical flights.The sign of the Round Table indicated that even- handed justice was observed within and that all corners where treated alike.
The Round the Table pub has grown closer to the world of theater and is welcome meeting place for actors and audience alike. The Round Table runs a beer festival in the Autumn. If requested the pub can cater for private functions of up to 30 people.


Venue Type
Opening Hours
Mon-Sat 12:00-23:30
Sun 12:00-22:00
======================Nearest Tube Station-----Leicester Square:Northern and Piccadilly Lines
Cuisine PUB FOOD

Not Necessary on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Avg Food Spend
£10 - £20 per person
Drink Info
Beer from £3.00 per bottle
Wine from £12.00 per bottle
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1 Garrick Street,
Covent Garden,

Nearest Tube Station-----Leicester Square:Northern and Piccadilly Lines
Situated right in the heart of Covent-Garden this is a lovely traditional pub that is small and cosy. With an outside area where you can watch the world go by. Great all year round and a stones-throw away from Covent Garden Market and Leicester Square.The Roundhouse has a nice friendly atmosphere, mainly frequented by office workers setting up meetings on their laptops over a half or two faster. This is not the place to go if you want privacy, but it is ideal for a drink with colleagues or friends after a busy day at work or to relax on weekends.. There is also a varied choice of beers and, in particular, ales. Expect to see a choice of Kronenbourg Cold Premier, Becks Vier, John Smiths, Guinness, LondonPride, Spitfire and Greene King IPA all on drought.


40 The Market,
Covent Garden,
Nearest Tube Station-----Leicester Square:Northern and Piccadilly Lines
Built in1787 ,this pub was thought to be named after the puppet show performances that took place in the near by piazza for the children of flower-sellers-Covent Garden originally being a flower market.
This is a listed building , retaining much of the original brick and stone work . It’s known as being one of the very few buildings in the area that escaped bomb damage during the blitz.
The balcony overlooks covent garden piazza and is the perfect place to sit and watch the various street performers.The famous food is here the mash, fish and chips and pies. No wonder the rest of the world believes the British don’t do good food but one can enjoy good food here less than 10 pounds.
The drinks include Becks Vier, Fosters, Kronenbourg, Leffe Blonde, Staropramen, Stella, John Smiths Smooth, Guinness and Strongbow and they also offer a couple of regularly rotating guest ales.