‘Old English ale served daily in the proper manner’ proclaims the sign outside this particular Davy’s outpost, which stands as one of the last bastions of antiquated pubbery. Hidden under an archway that serves as a final reminder of the original London Bridge, it nevertheless courts the tourist trade as well as local imbibers. Inside, the low ceilings, conspiratorial nooks & upturned barrels provide historical ambience, though the people lifting pewter mugs of Old Wallop are likely to be dressed in sharp modern suits. Recognisable labels such as Whitstable Bay ale & Weston’s organic cider decorate the pumps, although most people are here for the admirable Davy’s wine list. The kitchen also serves up a decent & varied selection of Med-style sharing platters, meaty mains & sandwiches to line the stomach.
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