Viva Review: 3/5

4/5 Service 2/5 Ambience 3/5 Drinks

Known For

Sunday Roasts!

Favourite Drink

1730 Ale

User Review: 3/5

Chris Seal
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Traditional olde worlde pub

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Foursquare Review: 3.2/5

"Traditional olde worlde pub"

Chris Seal

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The Setting

The Two Brewers in Convent Garden located near Leicester Square is a pub out of its time. It has a distinguished character and is known for its amazing food, cosy and warm atmosphere and 19th-century décor. The staff here is known to be especially friendly and they take their ales with utmost seriousness. The crowd here never gets overpowering and the food and beverages are tasty and affordable. The place lacks the flash and glam of your typical trendy bar, but it’s the seriousness that gives it character.

The Atmosphere

Two brewers has an aura of maturity and solemn contemplation. With its deep wooden interiors, traditional red carpet and dim yellow chandeliers, you feel like a noir protagonist who has walked into a 19th-century bar for a night of serious introspection. Located in Covent Garden, the pub is placed in an extremely posh locality. It is a distant recluse which transfers the visitors to an older, simpler time with cold beers and affordable, wholesome food. They also have an outdoor beer garden, along with WiFi services. You can always expect this place to be comfortably crowded and family-friendly. The pub is also popular among film and theatre students from the locality and is famous as the “theatre pub” of the region.

The Drinks

They are famous for their delectable range of British beers which includes an exotic range of cask ales. Their signature ale, the “1730”, is a lip-smacking brew that leaves you thirsting for more. Their wine collection is diverse and they also have a decent stock of gin. They also have a good variety of fruity ciders such as strawberry and lime, forest berries, passion fruit among others. Their selection of martinis can be summed as “the usual” with your regulars like pornstar martini, Aperol spritz and mojito, among others.

“WE WOULD RECOMMEND THIS PLACE FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE LOOKING FOR A QUIET, WHOLESOME EXPERIENCE WITH AFFORDABLE FOOD AND GOOD COLD ALES. PERFECT FOR FOLKS TRYING TO ESCAPE THE GLAM AND FLASH.”

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They Say

We serve only the highest quality cask ales from our Suffolk brewery along with the very best beers hand-picked from across the UK” ROSS O’HARA, GREENE KING BREWER.

You Say

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Chris Seal

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Traditional olde worlde pub

B

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Convenient to grab a drink in the bustling area of Seven Dials

Maxim Prokhorov

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Jazz on Sundays is recommended!

Ankur Banerjee

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This pub might have gotten away with the terrible service and atmosphere in any other part of town, but with so many good bars in the area this is forgettably bad. Zero charm.

Duncan Mcintosh

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Last call at 11.30pm on a Friday night . Cute small pub with theatre paraphernalia on the walls

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