Master Gunner, St. Paul's
our final review
posted by FAP on 1/5/2000
This pub is almost the last working remnant of the Paternoster Square disaster (there are a few shops on the other side of the block). Its tatty exterior hints at a probably short life expectancy, yet it still clings on. It's yet another feeble attempt to gentrify a tactless pile of concrete - wooden tables and chairs and a few knick-knacks of pseudo-military faux-antique origin. The staff are friendly and serve the usual Youngs stuff. Food is a bit iffy. Prices reflect it's prime tourist location.
last reviewed by FAP 1/5/2000
address: 37 Cathedral Place, EC4
Demolished when the old Paternoster Square was replaced by the slightly less repellent development that stands there now.
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37 Cathedral Place, St. Paul's, London, EC1A 7HL