The Crown London Reviews
The Crown Dec 13, 2010
The Crown is one of several pubs called The Crown in the Holborn/St Giles area
of London. So for once, I have taken a helpful picture of the outside.
It is traditional, cosy pub just a stone’s throw from Covent Garden, but
quieter and cheaper. There is a second bar upstairs, and the staff are
friendly. The bar serves a range of interesting things to drink, including
organic cider and nice real ale, although it has all the normal lager you could
want if you aren’t into the more traditional stuff. I think they do food, too.
There are lots of clean toilets. I would probably go back.
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