The Green Man

36 Riding House Street , London, W1W 7EP

SquareMeal Review of The Green Man

An unstuffy, fun-loving cider house, The Green Man can feel like a student house party what with its scuffed wood floors, colourful posters & DJs popping in to play offbeat tunes of an evening. But it’s also an egalitarian kind of place that happily accommodates office workers & middle-aged cider aficionados, too. Breezy staff will guide you through the vast range of fruity brews on tap & also know their way around the more esoteric bottled varieties. Otherwise, expect a smattering of decent draught beers & quaffable wines, plus a compact menu of hearty Brit grub – Cumberland sausages or excellent burgers made from West Country beef, say. The upstairs room, complete with a jukebox & squishy sofas, doubles as an occasional comedy venue.

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Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 7.0

Atmosphere: 7.0

Value: 7.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

Hadyn W. 22 March 2010

There are so many good pubs in London that you never really need to go to the same one twice, but this one is worth visiting more than once, because as SquareMeal have said, there is a fantastic selection of cider. So if you have that need to get on the cider for the evening, then this is a great little pub to visit. It's just far enough away from the busyness of Goodge St and Oxford Circus too which makes it nicer than others in the area. Well worth a visit.