5 of the Best Pub Lunches

5 of the Best Pub Lunches

There comes a time when you have to move out of your parents house and that is the moment of truth. This is when realisation hits home. Ironing has to be done, washing is all on you and last but not least cooking your own dinner. This is where a good pub lunch can help alleviate at least one of life’s little problems. These little gems should help.

The Gun – Canary Wharf – http://www.thegundocklands.com/ – Twitter @thegundocklands


The little pub with the big reputation, this Docklands watering hole comes with an armoury of weapons at its disposable. Perfect for pre-O2 escapades.


Wheatsheaf – Borough Market – http://www.wheatsheafborough.co.uk/ – Twitter @tweetsheaf


Smack bang in the middle of Borough Market this lovely and lively public house cannot fail to produce the goods. As busy in summer as it is in winter this also has a lovely little inside/outside area that hosts pop-ups and parties. A must try if in the area.


Powder Keg Diplomacy – Clapham – http://www.powderkegdiplomacy.co.uk/restaurant.html – Twitter @BaronPowderKeg


Seasonal British recipes in an unusual colonial environment with Victorian and Edwardian interior décor. Something out of the ordinary.


Wenlock & Essex – http://www.wenlockandessex.com/ – Twitter @WenlockandEssex


Craft beer, food, comedy, gigs & DJs all under one roof. Homemade pizzas are the order of the day and these have proven so popular they are available via Deliveroo! Watch your back Dominos!


The Crown – Victoria Park – East London – http://www.thecrownbow.co.uk/ – Twitter @TheCrownE3


The Crown is a quirky pub overlooking Victoria Park in the East End. The foundation that this pub is built on is the Sunday lunch!




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