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13 July 2009

Drink at The Seven Stars, WC2

What seems on first sight to be just another pub for legal types, behind the Royal Courts of Justice, is actually a little gem of an establishment.


One of a few of local buildings which survived the Great Fire in 1666, the pub is run by chef Roxy Beaujolais, a sometime low-ranking 'celebrity chef' on BBC's Full on Food, and is awesome. Unusually for a pub in the area, it's even open Sundays. Get down there now.

For more information, visit http://www.timeout.com/london/bars/reviews/9345.html

Click here to see the location on a map.

***Edit - Your author forgot to mention earlier that the pub has a cat called Tom Paine who wears a ruff***

^Picture from Flickr courtesy of jamingray^

5 comments:

  1. I agree this place is a real gem. Just sitting in for a pint between christmas and new year my partner and I were charmed and entertained by the staff's patter and how they kept their legal clientele in check. - plus the food looked amazing.

    Well recommended!

    Great blog BTW - I will comb it carefully when I make my next visit to the UK - and thanks for featuring my photo of Tom Paine!

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  2. Phew, glad you added in the Tom Paine reference - he's a legend!

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  3. The name of this bar comes from Dutch sailors. It's long title is "the league & seven stars", named for the 7 united provinces of the netherlands.

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  4. Brilliant place to go for Sunday lunch. No Sunday Roast but plenty of variety on the blackboard, plus Adnam's Ales from Southwold. The descent from the Gents is a bit hair-raising, though. Glad I only had 2 pints.

    Full marks for the food, beer and ambience. The cat looked happy, too
    Vic - Sheffield

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  5. Great to hear it Vic. Thanks for popping by.

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