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Scarborough Arms, Whitechapel, E1

35 St. Mark Street
E1
E1 8DJ
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Justin Dean left this review about Scarborough Arms

I play darts at this pub on a regular basis and Tracey behind the bar is brilliant fun. Tight pub considering the amount of room, limitless jukebox, Pride soemtimes, IPA somtimes, at least they do a decent job of looking after the beer they have. Food ok, but I alawys have good time there.

Proper pub, but a bit light on choices of beers.

On 19th August 2010 - rating: 7
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Rex Rattus left this review about Scarborough Arms

They had London Pride and GKIPA on, plus a third handpump that was not in use. The Pride was OK. I was in there for lunch during the week, and although they didn’t have a printed menu, there was a chalkboard on the wall offering a few hot meals (sausage & mash; burger & chips; scampi & chips; ham, egg & chips) all at £3.95. I had a pint of Pride and a ham sandwich with chips that came to a total of £6.20. This all seems pretty reasonably priced to me. The chips were good but the ham in my sandwich wasn’t particularly good quality – you get what you pay for I suppose.
This is another single-room pub with a horseshoe bar – indicating that it was probably a multi-room venue in previous years. Carpeted throughout, with fairly nondescript décor, I found this a friendly and welcoming pub on a bitterly cold weekday February lunchtime. It was doing a reasonable trade, with what seemed to be mostly regulars. The dartboard was in constant use all the time I was in there. I think that I would describe this pub as “unpretentious” – nothing wrong with that. I would go back if I was in the area again.

On 6th February 2009 - rating: 6
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