The sign outside announces' ale, cider, flesh ', and that pretty much sums up what's on offer at the best pub in Gospel Oak. The interior might clear you think it's still 1936, as would the cashonly policy. The addon of cheese and charcuterie placards to the offering of meaty disallow snacks is about as modern as it gets here.
The roster of lovingly inclined ales and ciders, all from small independent builders, reforms regularly but Dark Star, Mighty Oak, Moor and Sambrooks are among the denotes you might encounter. There's also studied cider. One of the many great things about the Southampton is that it retains its combined clientele, longtime residents and immigrants alike and of all ages. There's also a hostel puppy. This is a true local hero.
The sign outside announces' ale, cider, flesh ', and that pretty much parts up what's on offer at the best pub in Gospel Oak. This utterly unpretentious neighbourhood affections smallproducer ales and ciders
A traditional pub with a basic menu and sport on TV, plus a large beer garden and a kids' play area