The Clachan

34 Kingly Street , London, W1B 5QH

SquareMeal Review of The Clachan

‘Clachan’ is the Scottish word for a hamlet but, at peak times, this high-Victorian pub, tucked behind (& once part of) Liberty’s, feels as if its population exceeds that of Aberdeen. A Nicholson’s house, it offers eight hand-pulled ales that might include Doom Bar, St Austell Tribute, Acorn Barnsley Gold, & Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted. There’s also a range of malts & wines (from under £13) featuring the always-drinkable Oyster Bay Pinot Noir & Prosecco at £16.95 (a bargain). Food is served throughout the day & covers most bases – bacon butties & a full veggie breakfast until noon, with anything from salmon en croûte or chicken & cider pie to doorstep sarnies, Eton mess & summer pudding thereafter. On Sundays, £10.95 pays for a roast with all the trimmings.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Oxford Circus Tube Station 226m

Piccadilly Circus Tube Station 559m


Address: 34 Kingly Street , London W1B 5QH

Area: Portland Street Regent Street

Opening times

Mon-Sun 10am-11pm (Fri -11.30pm Sun -10.30pm)

Nearby Landmarks

Hamleys 51m

Kingly Street 82m


Telephone: 020 7494 0834


Cuisine: Pubs

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