The Globe

1 reviews

37 Bow Street , London, WC2E 7AU

SquareMeal Review of The Globe

Previously a decidedly average boozer, The Globe has been spruced up & now has aspirations of boho grandeur with its chandeliers & comfy leather sofas. The short drinks selection won't rock the world, though draught Seafarers will bring a smile to the faces of cask ale fans – especially as prices are remarkably reasonable for Covent Garden: think £3.50 for a pint (or £13.95 for a bottle of house wine). Food, served upstairs, is equally easy on the pocket & not bad on the palate either, with simple dishes such as pâté & toast, sausage & mash, moules marinière & lasagne demonstrating a competent hand in the kitchen. It may be smaller than the sprawling Marquis of Anglesey next door, but you probably have a better chance of finding a seat here on busy Friday nights, & there’s even a tiny terrace hidden away on the first floor.

The Globe Location

37 Bow Street , London WC2E 7AU

Opening times

Mon-Sun 11am-11.30pm (Fri-Sat -12.30am Sun -10.30pm)

The Globe's Reviews


Food & Drink: 1.0


Service: 1.0


Atmosphere: 1.0


Value: 1.0

Food + drink: 0

Service: 0

Atmosphere: 0

Value: 0

04 February 2015

Yesterday was one of my worst experiences in a pub. The beer was flat and expensive. The toilets were dirty.The landlord Olivier Trotel was shouting at someone so loudly that whole pub stood still and was so rude, many people left the place after me. Do not go there ever ever AVOID . TOURIST TRAP ALERT

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