Bishops Finger, Smithfield

Our rating: FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings      User rating: Community Rating 4 - Click for an explanation of our ratings   (2 reviews)
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FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
An old favourite in Smithfield, this one has stayed pretty constant for the last few years. Located practically next to St Bartholomew's Hospital and St Bartholomew the Grand (one of the churches from Four Weddings and a Funeral), it's also near the place William Wallace was executed, way back when - it's in a pretty historic area all in all. It's got a good range of Shepherd Neame ales to work your way through and a decent range of pub food to fill up on while drinking (though with the famous Smithfield meat market across the road you'd expect little else). Some fine old cartoons and drawings decorate the walls and add to the pleasant air of the place. It can get pretty crowded at lunchtimes and after work, but it's still worth a look if you're in the area or need a break from sightseeing.
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06 Sep 2012
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excellent beer, well-known for a good range of bangers and mash on the lunch menu. a really good watering-hole.

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9 West Smithfield, Smithfield, London, EC1A 9JR
020 7248 2341
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