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More of a real ale pub than a restaurant, the Mug House on Tooley Street beside London Bridge is a great place to head to for those hoping to sup some of England's finest ales and beers. As a result of its location, its charming interior, its traditional exterior and the array of beers it serves, the Mug House attracts a fair share of tourists at all hours, as well as proving popular with locals too.
The Mug House is open from 10am every weekday, closing at 9pm Monday to Wednesday, and 11pm Thursday and Friday. The interior décor is authentically British, with rich dark wooden furniture, intimate lighting, a long wooden bar and a number of interesting trinkets and decorations adorning the walls. The staff is unfailingly friendly, helpful and knowledgeable, ensuring all types of guests are made to feel extremely welcome.
Perfect for all occasions, the Mug House's atmosphere is informal and highly inviting, with the clientele a vibrant mixture of tourists and local drinkers and diners revelling in the charm and character of the place. The cuisine served at the Mug House is traditional British fare, with dishes worthy of note including the beer-battered fish and chips, the Cumberland sausages with mash, steak and onion pies, classic London jellied eels and beautifully succulent steaks. However, the dining is a mere sideshow here, where the variety of ales and wines steal the show.