The Rose, London Bridge

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FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
These days, some pubs make you feel out of place if you forget your mobile phone. Thankfully, the Rose is not one of them - you may feel naked here if you haven't got a copy of the Racing Post. It's odd to find a place in central London so unashamedly devoted to the turf, but then it is opposite a bookies. Only a stone's throw from Guy's Hospital, the pub's striking wrought-iron bar is suitably decorated with the odd chamber pot. There is a decent back room for a game of pool, although it seems unlikely that the Rose's locals ever make it that far away from the racing coverage. Although it doesn't have a particularly broad appeal, anthropologists of the pub experience will find the Rose an intriguing place for a pint.
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123 Snowfields, London Bridge, London, SE1 3ST
020 7378 6660
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12pm-11pm Daily
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The Rose has had a complete reincarnation since the Fancyapint review listed here. Open since July 2013, The Rose was lovingly refurbished using reclaimed antiques and original wooden panelling and flooring. The Rose is a cozy traditional London pub with a touch of class, and a food and drink menu to match - serving up a daily changing menu of hearty traditional meals including Sunday lunch, and stocking an impressive array of premium spirits, exclusive draft craft beer, real ales and cask aged cocktails.