Cittie Of Yorke, WC1V 6BS

A relatively historic pub on High Holborn. It's on CAMRA's national inventory of historically-interesting pub interiors, which presumably explains its presence in the Good Beer Guide.

There are two rooms at ground level, and a cellar bar downstairs.

The cellar bar is often booked out, fully or partially, for private parties. It also has somewhat strange acoustics due to its curved ceiling; Kake has been sat on one side and heard someone having a private conversation on the other side as clearly as if they were sitting next to me talking directly into my ear.

Bottled beer, somewhat disconcertingly given the generally cheap prices in Sam Smith's pubs, was £3.50 as of May 2007. All drinks options are standard Sam Smith's (see that page for general comment applying to all Sam Smith's pubs).

As of May 2007, food is served noon-3pm and 5pm-9pm, and main courses are all £7, generally served with chips (fairly good) and salad (reasonably varied). Chicken, ham, and leek pie is a proper pie with pastry all the way around, and quite tasty. Other main courses include sausages with onion gravy, steak and kidney pie, vegetarian quiche of the day, and lasagne.

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Last visited by DrHyde and fellow reprobates, November 2008. Opening times taken from the 2007 Good Beer Guide. Food times taken from blackboard outside, May 2007.
OS X co-ord: 531051 OS Y co-ord: 181641 (Latitude: 51.518494 Longitude: -0.112610)
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