This civilised little Smithfield pub takes its name from one of Shepherd Neame’s flagship ales, as confirmed by the bawdy posters on the walls. There’s also a slightly less risqué assortment of London memorabilia from times gone by knocking about the place – making the Bishop’s Finger an agreeable, welcoming hideaway to sip on a pint of well-kept Spitfire, Master Brew or the eponymous strong, fruity ale. The kitchen has done away with its unpopular restaurant menu & it now deals largely in bog-standard pub grub including burgers, beer-battered fish & chips & an impressive array of some 15 different sausages. Hanging baskets add some seasonal colour to the tables outside.
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