The Rose Public House

123 Snowsfields , London, SE1 3ST

SquareMeal Review of The Rose Public House

A street-corner boozer recently given a new lease of life and some 21st-century attributes, The Rose is renowned for its it belly-filling grub, off-the-wall drinks and quirky interiors (including a floor made from pennies). If you’re here to eat, expect a short, daily ‘bill of fare’ promising the likes of venison sausages with mash, steak and ale pie, pork loin with red cabbage and other pub-grub standards, alongside pork pies, ploughman’s and apple tart. If drinking is on your mind, check out the OWL ale brewed exclusively for the pub, craft beers from Red Squirrel and a host of artisan bottles ranging from Compass Symposium wheat beer (produced in Oxfordshire) to Blue Monkey Guerrilla Stout from Nottingham. There are barrel-aged vintage cocktails and ‘traditional temperance tonics’ too, plus a nifty list of French regional wines alongside a few eccentric English sparklers.

The Rose Public House is recommended for

Buzzy | Fun | Dates

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

London Bridge Station 96m

London Bridge Tube Station 312m

Address

Address: 123 Snowsfields , London SE1 3ST

Area: South Bank Borough etc

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-11pm

Nearby Landmarks

Greenwood Theatre 48m

The Shard 264m

Details

Telephone: 020 7403 0168

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Cuisine: Gastropub

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