At the heart of Bloomsbury and originally laid out in 1800 by Humphrey Repton, Russel Square was dark and bushy until a striking...
The country's largest museum and one of the oldest and finest in the world, this famous museum boasts vast Egyptian, Etruscan, Greek,...
Tiny, all wood, and at the end of a pedestrian-only street, this hideaway stocks a commendable range of draft ales (we counted two...
The deal at this very popular outlet is a bowl of filling hummus with your choice of topping (beef, chicken, tabouleh etc) eaten with...
1 Queen Sq · interesting places nearby
Queen’s Larder information
In a lovely square southeast of Russell Sq is this pub, so called because Queen Charlotte, wife of ‘Mad’ King George III, rented part of the pub’s cellar to store special foods for her husband while he was being treated nearby. It’s a tiny but wonderfully cosy pub; there are benches outside for fair-weather fans and a dining room upstairs.