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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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2,856 reviews
  • F. Krugier
    F. Krugier
    a month ago

    One for the road became one to many Had a great time here and that one drink became prosecco, a tequila shot and a cocktail. Great staff! Specially Martin for your chat and speedy recovery with your finger .. Great drinks and cocktails. Like with any pubs in London, you'll always find some loud people and this place is no exception.

  • Julia Lu-Sellers
    Julia Lu-Sellers
    2 weeks 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

  • Dave Selkirk
    Dave Selkirk
    3 months ago

    Walking around looking for a place to have a drink and happened upon here. It drew our attention with the colourful flower arch. The cocktails were delicious! The staff were very friendly and helpful, and there is a great atmosphere inside. Cocktails are on the pricey side, but it's Covent Garden, so fairly standard

  • Hrishikesh Sinkar
    Hrishikesh Sinkar
    4 months ago

    Amazing Cocktails and Fish n Chips. Would recommend dropping by if you're in the neighborhood. I tried the spicy rupee and it was pretty amazing. It has a nice zing to it but nothing too strong. Overall the pub has an old school pub and music. The staff is extremely helpful and nice to talk to. Overall great service, food and cocktails

  • S Chiang
    S Chiang
    a month ago

    Amazing little find! The downstairs is a cozy pub with atmosphere courtesy of its dark wooden panelling and decor. The upstairs, however, is a hidden gem of a gin bar oozing with charm, and stepping in feels like a trip back to a time of saloons and secrecy. The menu of gin and gin cocktails was almost overwhelming for choice, but the lovely team are on point to ask your flavour preferences and offer suggestions. Really great place for those new to gin and those with an experienced palate but looking to explore more unique gin flavours. We had a lovely time, and one drink turned into a few, and we are already planning to return with friends to show off our find!