The Jerusalem Tavern is a pub so tastefully chic, it warrants a spread in World of Interiors, yet there's not a whiff of snobbery about the place. A hostelry by that name has occupied various sites in the area since medieval times, but this latest incarnation (owned by St Peter's Brewery) is a keeper. Occupying an 18th-century merchant's house, it accommodates just a handful of candlelit tables in its skew-whiff nooks and crannies, but manages to find space for the full St Peter's range – including six cask ales sold in rotation. The food is pared-back, classy stuff – Scotch quails' eggs, pork pies, sourdough sandwiches and the odd hot dish such as squid with courgettes and polenta. No TV, no fruit machines, no quiz nights…no excuse not to take in the old tiles, Hogarth prints and stuffed foxes.
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