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.
Lauren Williams9 months ago
Staff simply could not do enough here which with the unique decor, stand out drinks and fully immersive experience made this bar a brilliant place to go. The only improvement I would have made is having the staff knowledgeable about the cocktails and guiding customers when customers needed it. We really enjoyed the couple of cocktails we had. Staff kindly topped us up with water quite quickly which was nice in the heat and to have alongside alcohol which can quickly make your mouth dry and mean you feel a bit sick thus removing any benefits of a cocktail. The water meant that we drank our cocktails for taste and followed up with a second because we were well hydrated. I think if the water hadn't been plentiful we may have stopped at one cocktail. The plain water also allows us to appreciate all the sensory notes of the cocktails. The vibe here is pretty chilled but you will probably want to come in something semi formal as most people including the staff are smartly dressed.
danielle martin2 months ago
Great place to stop off. We got lucky as booked on the train 2 hours before arrival. When we were in there we were so glad we booked as got busy. Very quaint with lovely decor. Tried the cocktails, ale and cider which were all great tasting. Good value for money with the £12 deal for a sarnie and a side portion of chips. Staff were fantastic. Will be going back and trying the gin parlour next.
Leonardo de Florio3 months ago
I recently visited mr Fogg’s tavern located in the heart of London and I must say, it was an amazing experience. The establishment had a pirate-inspired theme, which added to the overall ambiance and made it a fun place to be. As for the food, the prices were reasonable for central London. The burgers were good, and I highly recommend the chicken burger as it was particularly delicious. In summary, if you're looking for a fun and lively pub experience in London, I highly recommend checking out this English pub.The food is reasonably priced and the chicken burger is a must-try.
Margaret Ross7 months ago
Stumbled upon this tavern and it didn't disappoint. What a crazy place! A beer drinkers paradise with a few cocktails thrown into the mix. Food served as well, small menu, but was good. The decor was mad as seen in the photos. Staff very helpful and polite. Would recommend a visit.
Andrew Novak5 months ago
Great spot for a pint, cocktail, and a tasty small plate. Their cod bites and chips were delicious! The inside of the pub is way cool, too! I'd definitely plan to come back and bring my friends here! Cheers to Mr. Foggs!