Turners Arms, Marylebone
our final review
posted by pubdog on 7/5/2002
We thought this place was going to get a lick of paint and continue as quiet freehouse serving the locals. We didn't realise the clientele would be replaced too. When we walked in to a now packed pub, everyone turned and looked at us as if we'd walked in to the vicarage for tea with the vicar and crapped on the carpet. We thought this kind of unfriendliness was reserved for city boys in redneck country, not urban pubs. Maybe it was a one-off event and we'll go back to check soon, but on our most recent experience we can no longer recommend this pub.
Now a Thai Restaurant
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26 Crawford Street, Marylebone, London, W1H 1LL
From Baker Street: cross Marylebone Road , go down Baker Street and take the second right down York Street. Walk a little distance along York Street until you get to Upper Montagu Street. Turn left down upper Montagu Street and then first right along Crawford Street. The pub should be just ahead on your right. From Edgware Road: leave by the Old Marylebone Road exit, cross Old Marylebone Road and then head down either Homer Street or Homer Row, turn first right and then walk along Crawford Street until you see the pub on your left.