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Hung Drawn & Quartered

27 Great Tower Street
EC3
EC3R 5AQ
Phone: 02076266123
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Rex Rattus left this review about Hung Drawn & Quartered

Being a Fuller's Ale & Pie house, it had the usual range of Fuller's beers on, but also Black Sheep Holy Grail and Navigation New Dawn Pale presumably as guests. The food's not cheap, but why would it be in this part of the world? The steak and London Pride pie is £12.95.

This pub is housed in an old bank, as so many pubs in this part of the world are nowadays. It's an imposing building from the outside, but inside it's much smaller than you would expect. There are ornate capitalled pillars and gilded cornices decorating the room, and behind the bar there's a noose hanging as a nod to the first part of the medieval punishment after which the pub's named. Luckily the noose is a fairly flimsy affair, and certainly couldn't used in earnest. The area on the right of the room seems to be reserved for diners, but when I was in on Friday afternoon diners were eating wherever they felt, which is the pub norm of course.

This is a typical City bank conversion, although smaller than most. A plus is that they do serve guest ales. It's not a destination pub, but a reasonable place nonetheless.

On 31st May 2016 - rating: 5
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Hung Drawn & Quartered

Attractive Fuller's Ale & Pie house, located just far enough away from the Tower of London to avoid being over-run by tourists. Although not a historic inn, the interior has a pleasantly traditional feel (with the high ceiling balancing out the dark colour scheme and furniture). Seafarers, Pride, ESB, Bengal Lancer and the seasonal Jack Frost available on handpump on this visit. Worth stopping by if in the area.

On 21st December 2014 - rating: 7
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Danny O'Revey left this review about Hung Drawn & Quartered

Fullers Pie House currently covered in scadffolding. It seems small inside compared to the grander exterior, but has the usual high ceilings & grandness including columns, gold ornate coving & also a noose behind the bar.

Expensive, there is the usual range of Fullers beers though the quality was average.

On 18th August 2014 - rating: 7
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  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 28 September 2009 by hondo .
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 28 September 2009 by hondo .
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Last inspected: May 20th 2015
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