White Horse, Soho

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Just down the road from the XXX end of Soho, this one sticks rigidly to Sam Smith's four key rules of Pub Management: traditional interior, cheap booze, Sam's branded drinks and a ban on music. It's also possibly the brownest pub we've ever drank in. Not for everyone then, but on our visit at least, a fair mixture of local workers and tourists seemed happy enough to stop by. This one's got an upstairs room as well, so if you need a quiet(ish) little spot in the middle of town this one may fit the bill.
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14 Jun 2010
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Was in London at the weekend and we found this place and absolutely LOVED it in there! Was quiet, cheap booze and nice to have a conversation and somewhere to sit down.

If we come to London again I am definately going back there and recommend it.

If your looking for something a little peaceful without the hustle and bustle of fighting your way to the bar and somewhere to sit this is the place.

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45 Rupert Street, Soho, London, W1D 7PJ
020 7437 5745
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