Euston Flyer, King's Cross
For all the talk of King's Cross regeneration, the nearby Euston Road is still for many a fume-filled thoroughfare on which the drinking choices - and there are a few - are mostly generic in nature. Such a pub is the Euston Flyer: a very straightforward, Fuller's owned pub. It's not done any favours by its shop unit style exterior - hardly a draw to any passing customers - but inside it does its best to fit with Fuller's high standards of beer keeping. Fairly priced pub grub is on the menu here, but just as likely to draw the crowds are the large screens for big sporting occasions. It's a perfectly safe and steady sort of pub, and let's face it, every so often that's just what we're looking for.
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16 Jun 2009
A straight forward pub. While it's nothing particularly special it's a pleasent place to drop in for a pint or two when passing through St Pan or King's Cross. Nicer than the Betjemin Arms or O'Neils. The beer tends to be well kept Fullers and a guest or two.
83-87 Euston Road, King's Cross, London, NW1 2RA
020 7383 0856
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