This sister pub to The Guinea Grill opened a new upstairs dining room in September 2020.
Harden's survey result
“Excellent home-made pies” make this “always enjoyable” classic pub in Mayfair “worth a visit”. They’re backed up by a “super selection of ales, craft beers and wine”, a “gin terrace” and a “great pubby atmosphere” – “what more could you ask for?”
Not a vintage year for this classic, “slightly shabby” Mayfair boozer famous for “first-class pies, and well-kept beer to boot”. Fans do still applaud “excellent English cooking”, but a number of regulars filed disappointing reports: “standards dropping off…”; “didn’t live up to the hype…”; “the fire alarm in the kitchen went off they burnt the pie so badly!”
Looking for “great pies”? – You’ll find ’em at this traditional Mayfair boozer where they headline the bill of “good old-fashioned British fare” at “reasonable prices” and in “huge portions”; cask beer, “excellent chips” and Sunday roasts are all tipped here too.
“Excellent pies!” – steak ’n’ kidney particularly recommended – put this Mayfair boozer in a class of its own. “What a joy to go to a real pub as against a tarted-up wine bar, with more people drinking beer than lager”.
|Wine per bottle||£22.00|
6-8 Mill St, London, W1S 2AZ
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all day 11.45 am - 11 pm, Sun noon - 6 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 5 pm