Tudor Rose, Marylebone
Our dire predictions haven't come true - this one's still not changed in years. Good. It's not a bad place at all, with decent beer on the hand pumps and proper pub grub served downstairs (upstairs there's a restaurant) including such delights as Spam fritters. Being in a Marylebone backwater, this place hardly ever gets crowded, although there's a weekday lunchtime trade, so if you need place for a quiet pint in the area, this place will do nicely. The service is prompt and friendly and the prices are on par for the area. Whilst you wouldn't necessarily make a special effort to seek this place out, if you're in the locale, do drop in. Oh, except on a Sunday - it's closed.
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23 Sep 2010
This certainly used to be a good pub, but a recent visit on a Saturday night suggested things my have changed. The place was dead, the bitter looked okay but was tasteless, and the lager could have been a lot cooler. We could perhaps have tried for replacement drinks, but we saw no pleasure in drinking in a morgue.
44 Blandford Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 7HS
020 7935 5963
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How to find the Tudor Rose pub
From Baker Street: Cross the street from the main part of the station and proceed down Baker Street until you reach Blandford Street. Turn left and the pub is about two minutes ahead on the left.