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Mr Fogg’s Tavern Central London Christmas Party Venue

Located on the corner of New Row and St. Martin’s Lane, Mr Fogg’s Tavern lies in the heart of theatre-land. Left by Fogg’s late Aunt Gertrude to her loyal housekeeper Fanny McGee, it has been transformed her home into a haven for art-lovers and theatre-folk to enjoy honest British grub and delicious tipples. Patrons can marvel at the walls and ceilings bedecked with an eccentric array of memorabilia, while sitting back and enjoying a good old cockney singalong. Serving everything from brunch to Sunday lunch, it represents the best of the traditional British public house with a difference.




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  • Erica Kendrew
    Erica Kendrew
    a week ago

    Stopped in for an afternoon snack and drinks. Both the drinks and food were good. The bar room was full so we sat outside. It's a nice place to sit and watch the people passing by.

  • Michaela Storoschuk

    The loveliest central pub to spend a sunny Thursday afternoon! Went for a bottle of wine served in this decadent goblet, extra lovely ice on the side and a treat for the eyes with all the bar staff in fancy Victorian dress! A great mix of guests ranging between the lads, the ladies, and family fun! And I cannot boast about the toilets more as they are the nicest pub bathrooms I’ve ever seen to date! Must stop in when circling covent gardens X

  • Jennifer Clifford
    Jennifer Clifford
    2 months ago

    Nice pub with friendly staff. Have always wanted to come here but it has always been busy. Managed to get in without booking. Décor is amazing and the toilets are great too. Definitely recommend paying it a visit. We didn't have anything to eat but maybe next time

  • Marco
    a week ago

    Lovely tavern in Central London. Rather than having a pint, I went for an espresso martini. It was well balanced and the price was okay for being central. It was a little bit packed inside but we managed to get a table outside.

  • Julia Lu-Sellers
    Julia Lu-Sellers
    5 months ago

    Warm and cosy atmosphere, so close to Leicester Square tube station. They were even children friendly and accommodated our twins in a double buggy. Good selection of cocktails, slightly bit on the expensive side but worth the experience. Don't bother with the cakes, they were obviously bought from a wholesale and very dry. Otherwise, Thumbs up