Tucked away in the bustling streets of Soho, The Dog and Duck stands as a testament to London’s rich pub history. Stepping into this pub is like travelling back in time, thanks to its original features that have been meticulously preserved. The walls are adorned with thousands of beautiful, glazed tiles, and the space is accentuated with mahogany panelling and decorative mirrors. It’s no wonder that The Dog and Duck is celebrated for having one of the most exquisite interiors from its period in London.
This isn’t just a pub; it’s a piece of history where you can enjoy a pint in an atmosphere that echoes the charm of yesteryears. The Dog and Duck prides itself on being more than just a place to drink; it’s an experience, a journey through time and taste.
A Taste of Britain
At The Dog and Duck, the food is as much a highlight as the ambiance. Renowned for serving perfect pints and unbeatable pies, this pub captures the essence of British gastronomy. The menu features tempting dishes that cater to a range of appetites, from Pulled Duck Croquettes to Garlic Mushrooms on Sourdough, each starter is crafted to delight your taste buds.
But the real star of the show is the exquisite selection of Cask Ales. The ever-changing range includes the pub’s very own Nicholson’s Pale Ale, brewed exclusively by St Austell Brewery in Cornwall. It’s the perfect accompaniment to their delectable British pub fare, ensuring a dining experience that’s both authentic and enjoyable.