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The London Inn, Bedminster, Bristol

1 Cannon Street

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Alan Winfield left this review about The London Inn

The London Inn is a decent looking corner pub which is now sadly painted in the horrible battleship grey colour.
Once inside there is an oblong shaped room which runs the width of the pub,the room is bare boarded,the seating bench type and chairs,there is a TV to the right which was showing the Watford v Newcastle game,there is a pool table to the left on a raised area.
There was one real ale on the bar which was Doom Bar,this was a decent enough drink.
This seemed like a pretty bog standard pub.

Pub visited 23/1/2016

On 28th February 2016 - rating: 6
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Blackthorn _ left this review about The London Inn

A traditional single roomed boozer in the heart of Bedminster, this seems to have had something of a refurbishment since I was in here last, although that was many years ago.

The colour scheme is predominantly grey which is a little unusual. Wood panelling on the lower part of the walls had been painted in battleship grey, whilst the paintwork elsewhere was a somewhat paler shade. Old wooden boards were on the floor and a mural of the London skyline was an interesting feature, and quite appropriate given the pubs name. Although it’s essentially all one room, it is segmented slightly by some partitioning and the rear part included a pool table and a TV. The windows here looked at first glance as though they may have been leaded, but I suspect it was more likely they had wire grills over them.

The solitary beer on tap was Doom Bar, although ciders were well represented with Thatcher’s Gold, Blackthorn and Natch. Prices were very reasonable at £2.40 per pint, perhaps in order to compete with the Wetherspoon’s directly opposite.

On 23rd December 2014 - rating: 5
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Jonathan Wilde left this review about The London Inn

Maggs & Allen for sale sign now has Sold on it. Interesting to see what happens.

On 8th July 2012 - no rating submitted
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