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The Public House doesn’t much resemble a public house from the outside – more like a ladies’ fashion boutique fallen on hard times – but that’s fine, as it isn’t a pub anyway. Designers were given free rein at this quirky cocktail bar and restaurant. The result is a mix of English Victoriana and Louis Quatorze, plus a soupçon of London hipster cool. At the front, the lounge bar dispenses classic and historically themed cocktails (the Grape Charter, say, with vodka, sherry, grapes and lime) and a changing array of beers. The rear dining area provides some decent modern British tucker. Head for the sharing boards – perhaps the selection loaded with cured meats (ox heart pepperoni, fennel salami, etc). Otherwise, choose from modern classics such as salt and pepper squid with spiced aïoli, and the all-conquering slow-cooked pork belly. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but regulars (an on-trend bunch) love it.
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