George And Dragon, W1T 6QF
From outside, the building is festooned with colourful hanging baskets, while the inside is a traditional, simple single room with bare floorboards and comfortable tables all at one height. Music is playing on Ewan's mid-week lunchtime visit, but not loudly at all, and the environment is a pleasant one.
There are three handpulls all dispensing Greene King ales, including the IPA, Bonkers Conkers and Royal London (£1.50/half) in September 2009. They also have draught lagers, including Staropramen and Amstel.
Food is served noon-3:30pm Monday to Saturday, and 6pm-8:30pm Monday to Thursday. There are regular specials listed on a board in the pub and on a sheet attached to the front of the menu, but most of the menu sticks to pub classics like lasagne, burgers, sandwiches and the like. Ewan's lasagne (£6.80) was perfectly good, served with a fresh crisp salad and some fantastic slices of really garlicky garlic bread which seemed to be made on the premises.